"I’m not in therapy. I was but I found it useless for me. I’m taking Wellbutrin once every other day and Prozac every evening. I meditate but nothing really helps. I feel useless now like there’s no point to keep going. My mom needed me a..."
"I lost both my parents. I lost dad a few years back, and my mom a little over a month ago. I’ve always had depression but have been able to manage it. My mom was my biggest cheerleader and always needed me. I feel like I have no purpose ..."
Just a little reminder of something that I saw on your profile that helped me quite alot during the time; "This is all anxiety. Sad but true. I know who i am, a tad bit blue. Its just another mountain that I have to climb. At the end of the journey, success will be mine."
Look after yourself, and know that you have the strength to overcome these obstacles. I have faith in you. Everyone on here has faith in you... and you should too :) I hope you will be okay soon. You are a survivor!
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