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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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Darlo Debs 12:09 Sat Jan 23
Re: Anxiety/depression
Good news Steve, good luck wirh tbe new job

Tomshardware 9:38 Sat Jan 23
Re: Anxiety/depression
Good to hear things are better Steve. 👍🏽

normannomates 2:38 Fri Jan 22
Re: Anxiety/depression
STEVOOOO!!!

NICE ONE

Bungo 10:19 Thu Jan 21
Re: Anxiety/depression
Steve

Good to hear that things are looking better currently.

One bit of advice I would give is to try to have a plan ready for what you will do in case things take a downward curve. I don't know what that plan might look like for you, but better to pre-empt it than have to start dealing with it from scratch if it happens when you least feel like dealing with it.

Hope it's unnecessary but even just having a plan in place might give you some more reassurance and stability now.

Good luck.

wanstead_hammer 1:50 Thu Jan 21
Re: Anxiety/depression
Welcome back Steve!
Blimey, we nearly sent the search party out for ya.
Good to hear you’re doing ok and looking forward to good things as well now.
A change is as good as a rest! Keep busy and keep well.

Mace66 7:24 Wed Jan 20
Re: Anxiety/depression
Hackney Marsh 11:12 Tue Jan 19
Re: Anxiety/depression
I’ve suffered in the past , my advice is try to eat healthily, cut out alcohol, get outdoors and talk to people,

That last bit especially. The problem is, when you are feeling as low as a snakes belly, it is the hardest thing in the world to do.

happygilmore 7:24 Wed Jan 20
Re: Anxiety/depression
Good for you stevethehammer.
Look down makes everything worse. Great news about job. Try make time for walks and keep the goal of travel as a positive to aim for.

ted fenton 12:44 Wed Jan 20
Re: Anxiety/depression
Stevethehammer 3:15 Wed Jan 20

Good to hear Steve.

Westham67 8:42 Wed Jan 20
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Well done Steve I am pleased for you mate.

I had depression like that I had never felt before it started about October 19. It used to come in overwhelming waves and I kept losing things as I was mulling my situation all of the time and when I lost something it just remininded me and others how ill I was. I would have a panic attack when I lost something at work and my head would just go somewhere else thinking about how ill I was and I would have to go home because I could not cope

Knowing I wasn't alone on this forum was a great comfort

lab 8:03 Wed Jan 20
Re: Anxiety/depression
Well done matey

Stevethehammer 3:15 Wed Jan 20
Re: Anxiety/depression
Just wanted to pop in and say I'm doing alright at the moment.
Been a hard few weeks but getting a job working and feeling part of a team again has helped. Long tiring hours but keeps the mind ticking over and rather than sitting there over thinking life and letting depression get the better of me.
Cannot wait to get on a plane out to Asia when we can travel again as travelling is my medicine if you like.
West ham doing the business has put a smile on my face and seriously thank you to the fellas wanstead and Norman no mates for the concerns. Nice to know its not all doom and gloom and even if it's just a footie forum some people out there give a damn. Cheers fellas, ironssss

normannomates 1:21 Wed Jan 20
Re: Anxiety/depression
Wanstead
that is concerning.

Hackney Marsh 11:12 Tue Jan 19
Re: Anxiety/depression
I’ve suffered in the past , my advice is try to eat healthily, cut out alcohol, get outdoors and talk to people, the fact you are on here is part of the battle and shows courage.

Happy to talk to you personally

wanstead_hammer 1:44 Mon Jan 18
Re: Anxiety/depression
Norm 4:43
I sent him a whomail earlier, asking him to post up and let us all know that he’s ok. (No sign though). Bit concerning.

If anyone knows him, can you please tryn get in touch with him and do the same. Hopefully he’s safe and sound.

Fifth Column 3:16 Sun Jan 17
Re: Anxiety/depression
The last two/three months have been the only time in my life I've had proper 'stress'/anxiety. Purely because of my job. Decided to leave the job as a result and do something else. Already feel the fog lifting. I know sometimes it's not that easy but remember that we can all make positive decisions to change our environment even if it's not as radical as leaving your job.

normannomates 4:43 Sun Jan 17
Re: Anxiety/depression
Anyone heard how steve the hammer is?
Worried about this fella

normannomates 3:12 Sat Jan 16
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Wanstead hammer 1.41
Echo that.
Don't ever give up steve the hammer.

Life is precious, and should treat is as such.
No matter how much pain you suffer in your head, never ever give up.
You ain't alone my friend.

happygilmore 9:35 Thu Jan 14
Re: Anxiety/depression
BRANDED 9:18 Thu Jan 14
Re: Anxiety/depression

Looks like you posted on the wrong thread. Now, fuck off back to your regular thread.

Your comment is more disingenuous than helpful.

BRANDED 9:18 Thu Jan 14
Re: Anxiety/depression
Can I ask if anyone is having a better time of it in the last eight months? Sorry not to trawl through all the recent posts but if anyone has felt improved due to covid restrictions I would love to hear about it.

wanstead_hammer 1:41 Thu Jan 14
Re: Anxiety/depression
Stevethehammer 10:38

I can only reiterate what the others have said on here. Sage advice indeed. (Good old WHO!)
You’re already getting it off your chest which is a good thing and getting out in the fresh air in the natural light, even for a short time, will be of huge benefit (the days are getting longer now as well). Tryn vary things (times/small tasks/bit of exercise, if possible).
As Exeter says, something will come along out the blue that will completely get you back to where you belong/was, without you even realising.
All the advice on here is genuine positivity (big word!) and straight from the horse’s mouth.
All the best. Keep well.

WHU(Exeter) 5:21 Wed Jan 13
Re: Anxiety/depression
I was a right state in my early 20s, the result of a lot of over indulgence, burning both ends of the candle relentlessly, not eating properly etcetc

Some of my friends the same/worse

Fot anyone sufferering, all the very best.

There are ALWAYS ways out, no matter how bad things seem, you can turn the corner and then those things will be memories and just how they seemed at the time.

it may not seem like it now, maybe you think that things can't get any worse and there's no way out....there always is and sometimes it'll come to you without you even thinking about it.

Heads Up.

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