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Today I went to see my psychiatrist to get my diagnosis confirmed. Except from the usual questioning that I think I know my responses by heart to now and the ‘Yep, textbook Borderline Persona…
When a friend or family member confides in you and tells you they have depression, it can be hard to know how to react. On one hand, you want to keep letting them know you’re there for them, but on
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How do you know when you’re coping well and when you’re just holding back tears? How do you know if you’re just numb? I can’t cry. The last time I remember crying is last fall, one year ago. Have I just been coping really well for the last year? Or am I just not allowing myself to cry? I tell myself that it’s okay to cry but nothing happens. Does something really horrible have to happen for me to cry? I don’t want something really bad to happen just for me to be able to cry. Should I watch a really sad tearjerker movie so I can cry? But I feel like, if I start crying, I won’t be able to stop.
I don’t know if this makes any sense or not, but it’s how I’ve been feeling for months now. I’m gonna think about it some more and talk to you guys about it later. Till then,