(Closed) Having a weird day…

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

@mayflowerbride13:  ((BIG HUGS!!))

When I feel really blah I look at nap kitty for awhile and it makes me feel better.  I have no idea why.  But here she is, give it a whirl:

Post # 4
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

Oh yuck, you are in the middle of a fall slump for sure doll, normally I would recommend a cupcake and a cocktail, but seriously, I would say a little acupuncture is just the ticket.  It sincerely sounds like a energy based misfire that can be realigned with some medatative eastern medicine and a few herbs….I hope it helps, the first session will be like a HUGE weight has been lifted, and a couple more just to help you maintain…try it and feel better!

Post # 5
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

These are alot of the symptoms i had before i was diagnosed with depression (sorry to drop that bomb but its my first reaction). Are you sure its only been the last week, or longer?  

Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@Sunfire:  If nap kitty doesn’t cheer you up; what will? So presh.

 

I hope you feel better; your just in a funk :/

Post # 8
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

Can you change doctors, or is that not an option for you?

Also, there is no excuse for your fiance continuing to play around when you’ve told him you’re not in the mood for his goofing off.

Post # 9
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@mayflowerbride13:  You could simply be overwhelmed and need a break to recoup. Take a weekend trip maybe to refresh your mind?

For me it was a daily issue where i lacked motivation and honestly, the doctor asked if i could remember i day when i was really happy and i had a wonderful time. I couldn’t remember one in the past 3 months. So i was put on anti depressants. 

If you think its serious and actually affecting your overall happiness and goals, speak to a counsellor and they might suggest an assessment from a doctor. 

But i might be getting ahead of myself. Just thought i would give you that opinion if your feelings we deeper and more of an issue than you might want to admit. 

Post # 11
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

Ugh! I hate when I get in a funk.  There are a few things that I do that help me feel better:

 

– Is there something that is bothering you deep down that you haven’t acknowledged yet? Sometimes I let things bottle up and get bitchy.  But that may not be your case…

– Where are you in your cycle? I know I can get pretty bitchy, grumpy, tired, and EASILY annoyed a week or two before my period and a few days before I ovulate. Maybe it’s just hormones.

-Either way I definitely recommend giving yourself some good old fashioned tlc. Go do something you love to do, read a good book, or like nona99 said, go get some acupucnture.  I’ve heard that can work wonders!

 

Good luck! I hope you start feeling better. You may just be in a funk.  Don’t beat yourself up, and just try to do stuff that makes you feel happy. *Hugs*

 

P.S. Get a new doctor! He sounds like he sucks! If you don’t like him that much, go get a new one. You should always feel comfortable with your doctor and feel like they are actually trying to help you 🙂

Post # 14
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@mayflowerbride13:  Short answer. No. And this was how i was feeling. I should be happy and i would put on a brave face. But when Fiance and i were at home alone i would have illogical thoughts where everyone hated me and i was a horrible person and that i couldn’t deal with the stress of a wedding and everyone judging me.  He was the one to say “Swizzle, you need help. This isn’t rational and your clearly miserable”.

Has your SO noticed a change in your mood at all?

Aside from anti-depressants (which aren’t for everyone and have side effects) vitamins (including D), a change in diet, and exersice (to release feel good endorphins) can definitely help pull a person out of a mild depression.  However i needed something more, but maybe you dont?!

Post # 15
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@mayflowerbride13:  Do you exercise regularly? Even just going for a walk or anything?

I know that from a biological standpoint that exercise will flood you with feel good hormones. 

It is one of the only things that will help me with my anxiety, and the funks it puts me in.

The perk with exercise is every little bit helps. You may have to force yourself to get started, but I guarantee you should feel a bit better once you finish.

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