Hey guys. I’ve had anxiety and depression for a long time but I’m also just wondering why I constantly deal with this empty, anxious feeling (especially when I’m alone) It’s like I start to feel lonely and anxious and at times it makes me desperate to talk to someone(On my phone). Other times it hits me during early mornings when I wake up to school. I feel so, so anxious and empty and alone, it makes me sick in my stomach and it makes me wanna not go and just curl up in bed instead. Sometimes just the mere thought of starting my day makes me anxious too. I’ve skipped so many school-days for this reason and it’s not helping my depression. I deal with this everyday and there’s not a day that goes by where, if I’m not completely distracted, It’ll hit me. Does anyone else deal with this? It feels like you’re constantly triggered even when you’re not doing much. It’s always there.
Sorry for the situation you are in.
Do you think there is something troubling you deep within? Something that you are not realizing but it’s affecting you subconsciously.
If you feel like talking to someone, you should. I think that really helps. Talk as much as you want to. Vent and let it all out even if it’s complicated and you can’t explain.
Let me know if I can be of any help.
Thing is, I literally have no one to vent to.
Vent here. Tell me whatever you think is bothering you. If not seek a therapist’s help. Take one-two sessions at-least.
Hi, I think some Mel Robbins videos on YouTube might help you and it’s okay you are going to get through
I TOTALLY FEEL YOU!! this is literally how i feel everyday. being aline is the worst thing i can do to myself, especially because i have a past of dealing with things in an unhealthy way. have you tried talking to someone about this, maybe a therapist? or even just a friend. it’s important to force yourself to get outta bed. maybe go for a run or go to the gym. unless you’re anxiety is bad enough to not let you go to the gym. that’s how it is for me. but anything physical or anything that involves other people.