(Closed) Anybody want to cheer me up?

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
Member
4284 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@sheepandbear:  Did you go off your medication under the advise of your doctor? This sounds exactly how I was when I tried coming off. Even under the advise of my doc. Everything in your life, big or small seems to be weighing on you. Could you get the last tooth issue taken care of at a local care center on a sliding fee scale of sorts? Sounds like you need to take a step back and go see your doctor. These smaller issues don’t have to be such big ones. Maybe going back on a small dose will help you immensely. Good luck lady!

Post # 4
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777 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

So sorry you’re having such a hard time 🙁 I can relate with the teeth situation! I just had to have an implant put in at $2,000+ in addition to some cavities filled. Dental work is so costly, but it will be worth the money once you are finished!

As for your FH, have you told him that all the pressue is making you feel this way? Maybe he doesn’t realize it.

Post # 7
Hostess
8584 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2014

I’m sorry you’re feeling this way, dear!

I battle depression. Often. Little things that people say or do would bum me out. Other people wouldn’t notice them, but I do. And it eats at me.

Things about my childhood eat at me all the time. I know how you feel about the teeth thing. They took me alot when I was little [3-5], but that was about it. I have soft enamel on my teeth anyway [it’s so soft on my teeth, that I could not have braces. They attempted to put them on and the first time they went to tighten them, they basically cut through my teeth], so I’m very much prone to cavities. The last time I went for a checkup, the dentist was surprised my teeth weren’t worse [It’s expected that I would need dentures or screw-ins by the age 25]. The good news? I’ll be turning 25 this year, and I have no don’t have any canvities [well, that I can feel anyway, the front of my teeth look the same]. I do however have a hole in one of my back molars.. which is purely my fault. I tent to chew on pens, and I would kind of stick them in the side of my mouth against my teeth, and pull [nervous habit]. And one day, CRACK! Nice hole in my tooth. Sweet.

I think perhaps you might need to go on a lower dosage of depression medications, or maybe just spend more time focusing on the GOOD in life. Look how far you’ve come with what little you were raised with.

Post # 8
Member
4284 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@sheepandbear:  Could you make the appt and possibly explore a different kind of anti depressant?

Post # 9
Member
777 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

@sheepandbear:  I was feeling really depressed and overwhelmed after our wedding last year. I couldn’t really explain it other than I just felt sad all the time. A lot had to do with my work I think. I’m starting to feel better now, even though I’m still working a job I HATE. Just remember to take everything one day at a time.

If you need some “feel good,” visit http://www.marcandangel.com. I love visiting for the daily advice.

“Sometimes the best thing you can do is not think, not wonder, not imagine, not obsess; just breathe and have faith that everything will work out for the best.”

Remember, everyone goes through struggles, so you’re not alone! Big HUGS to you!

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