Sunday, December 30, 2007

Holidays Are A Tough Time Of Year

I get very envious and down during the holiday season because I don't have anyone special to spend time with. I have really alienated myself from those close to me, and the result is loneliness. I had nobody to shop for, and received a grand total of zero gifts. Not that I care about gifts or material things, but it would have been nice to know someone was thinking of me.. a card.. a note.. something... or that I had someone to shop for.

But it is hard. It is a weird feeling of ambivalence. Part of me needs to reach out to other people so I don't feel so alone. Part of me wants to hole up and hide from the world.

I just feel like I have no outlet whatsoever. I am going to therapy and just found a new doctor for meds, so hopefully some help is on the way. But in the meantime, it would feel really good to have someone to talk to.

I wish everyone happy holidays.. and hope they are better than mine.


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Anonymous said...

thanks. that is very thoughtful. if anyone else leaves a way to get in touch, I can contact them.

caring people are good to know.


Anonymous said...

Depression is hard to treat mainly because what seem like symptoms of depression are often the symptoms of something else. It can be hard to tell if the depression is situational or if it really is clinical. In a situational case the treatment can be easy such as changing the situation itself, but with clinical depression it can be a number of things. Things like a childhood trauma, a social problem loneliness, substance abuse, genetics, a health problems that is very troublesome or a more recent traumatic happening.

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