Hello everyone! I have been dealing with clinical depression for the last 9 months and anxiety for the last 6 years. I find it very hard to get over the past and forgive myself for mistakes I have made in the past. I’ve tried therapy, medication, and other ways to distract myself. I feel terribly alone and miserable, I am unable to share stuff with my family as they don’t truly understand what I feel, hoping to find some warmth and comfort here <3
Hey I think I suggested you something in the past also.
If you want me to connect on insta or call then we can connect and can discuss accordingly.
If you want then we can connect on insta - spiritual_links or avtar.singh06
Try writing your feelings as a question get up do something then sit and try to solve those questions.
We humans solve problems beautifully when they belong to others but when it comes to solving our own problems we fail so the above exercise may help.
The case is almost the same with me. I’m in a way stuck in the past. The mistakes that I could not have committed, the stupid stuff that I could have avoided, the guy I considered my first love making fun of me…the list is long. I lived in guilt and shame for a long time. Although I did not commit any sin, my strict upbringing made me believe that I’m an impure soul. My family members don’t understand me. There was a time when I blindly trusted them with everything but time taught me that it’s not wise to do so. I have a fear of forming deep relationships. There are anxiety issues and overthinking that happen from time to time.
The solution that I have found is to surround yourself with people of your own kind. I gave become selectively social and I wait for the right time and people to become friends with. Because to me any relationship is an emotional investment and being the sensitive person that I am, I don’t want to go through the pain of being run over again, emotionally. So I have very few friends with whom I can share my deepest feelings. Once I put them in words I realize that I feel good. And that things that matter are way different from what I overthink about. Maybe help is around the corner. You just need to look for it. Hang in there.