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Tomshardware 7:48 Mon Jan 13
Anxiety/depression
Been through bad time lately with suffering with this. Dark thoughts as well. I know some posters on here suffer with this. Anyone come through the other side of this shit?

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Manuel 10:32 Wed Jan 22
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Stevethehammer 4:58 Tue Jan 21

Yes mate, because it gives you some comfort knowing that if you really cannot go on for another day there is a 'way out' but let's not go there, eh.

Buster 10:19 Wed Jan 22
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lab 8:16 Tue Jan 21

I've had an angiogram, one of the worst feelings I've ever had.

Jasnik 12:06 Wed Jan 22
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I thought this thread was to post your worries, must be working even Vexed joined in.

Westham67 10:42 Tue Jan 21
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Steve. Its serenity a release of all thing's in life making it difficult to carry on. Some of meds I was given on 2015 /16 for over a year were addictive and the withdrawal symptoms are nasty. I had to wean myself off of them when I when I was working in Qatar. I had broken sleep for month's and I had hypnosis to make me sleep . Hypnosis is same as meditation. In May last year I hit a real low point and I meditated and reached gor the serenity I was looking for and I really came close to topping myself as I didn't want to come back to realliy

I am out of it now but its been a long battle

Cheezey Bell-End 9:50 Tue Jan 21
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Does anyone talk to Shitpeas? He hasn't posted for a couple of years now.

lab 8:16 Tue Jan 21
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DarloDebs , keep an eye on that , back in 2012 I had slight pain in my chest with light jogging . TWO e.c.g s were normal , but because I felt pain on the hospital treadmill my doc sent me for an angiogram . I HAD 2 STENTS fitted straight away . I wouldn’t be here now if it wasn’t that angiogram!

goose 5:35 Tue Jan 21
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in his own way Vexed was showing you some love.

keep on keeping on Peckham.

Peckham 5:33 Tue Jan 21
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Apologies all for a long winded post. It was not meant to be a poor me post.

It was simply the only way using my experiences I could explain to Tomshardware the answer to his question-
"Anyone come through the other side of this shit?"

I was wrong to mention Vexed in my post and his reply was not as offensive as I imagined.

Suicide is such a taboo topic for some and even depression people cant relate too, so this thread could turn out to be the most constructive we have had in years if only to prevent another Eddie, Gavros or Piggy passing away. WHO definitely helped and helps me at times , would be great if this thread doesn´t turn into most threads with bickering, and insults , if users and site characters have no interest on the original post, then leave the thread going to those who 1. constructive opinion and experiences to help and encourage others 2. Have empathy with Anxiety and Depression.

Hammers United after all.

COYIS,

Tomshardware 5:20 Tue Jan 21
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Steve, I think that's quite common, they say people often seem better just before they go through with it. I think its important to put something some strategy in place so that if you ever feel like you are moving towards acting on the feelings there is someone you can call. There is always someone out there who will listen. Thoughts pass, even the worst ones.

When I've been having bad thoughts I started thinking about those people who would be involved in my death. Family and friends aside how I would be just another name, another stat, another body to bury. No more significant than any other body in the mortuary. It's a sobering thought. Theres a sort of dignity about being an old dead person who's lived a decent life. Theres is something horribly tragic about a younger person who's chosen to call time on their life . Their willing and able body becoming lifeless.

Block 5:11 Tue Jan 21
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Sounds like it, Debs.

As much as we disagree, it's horrible and hope you're ok.

Darlo Debs 4:58 Tue Jan 21
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Jasnik am.only on Thyroxine which was adjusted not long ago,.

Block the hospital.never even mentioned that as a possibility but was short of breath so might have been that.

Thnx to you both.

Stevethehammer 4:58 Tue Jan 21
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Its weird because I have always found that researching suicide methods, looking into them, making a plan in my own head about how I am going to do it etc calms me down, makes me feel quite euphoric, I don't care about the world around me anymore. Its like a drug.
I have been like this for a few years now, one day that temptation will be too hard to ignore.

Northern Sold 4:05 Tue Jan 21
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Walking and talking to Dogs

goose 2:54 Tue Jan 21
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talking to dogs

BRANDED 2:51 Tue Jan 21
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Talking or Dogs?

Northern Sold 12:34 Tue Jan 21
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Greatest therapy out there BRANDED fella...

BRANDED 12:00 Tue Jan 21
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Dogs and Dudes club

https://www.somersetlive.co.uk/news/health/dad-sets-up-dudes--3752425

Block 11:26 Tue Jan 21
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Darlo Debs 9:20 Mon Jan 20
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Panic attack?

Tomshardware 8:31 Tue Jan 21
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Peckham, despite everything you've been through you are still here. Agree about nature and environment, that can help massively. There is a book out there called 'bird therapy', you might be interested in.

Darby_ 5:29 Tue Jan 21
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Sydders, they say that depression etc reaches a peak for men around their mid to late 40s. If you can get over that hump, you get to the stage when you stop giving a shit and start enjoying life again.

Jasnik 1:46 Tue Jan 21
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Darlo Debs 9:20 Mon Jan 20

No but wife had similar with her meds she took.
Turns out it was to do with her brain meds they had her on reduced it and all fine.

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