Today in 2021, I sometimes feel those same patterns of depression returning now and then. Maybe it's a side effect of the pandemic and what everyone around the world has to deal with. But it's odd. Isolation (which is necessary at times these days) can contribute to making depression worse yet i feel a strange solace and comfort in isolation. These patterns may have some influence in making me feel those same patterns of depression I felt many years ago during my battles with depression that las
I just want to get this off my chest. While my depression has no longer been severe for a couple of months now, it has been replaced by anhedonia, the inability to feel satisfaction or pleasure from activities.
No matter what I do I just can't feel anything. Nothing gives me any satisfaction. My depression has been under control for some months thanks to medication. Though I must note that I have stopped taking them for a month due to the fact that tehy interfere with normal sleep. (
Here's a list of things I plan to accomplish in the next 4 hours. I do not plan to grind in those 4 hours. However those 4 hours will be spent on a series of segments of high intensity tasks done in a short time to train myself to refocus. The point here is to do something that requires you to train your ability to focus. Depression tends to worsen when you are alone and thinking. By forcing myself to do something that requires my utmost concentration and something that seems therapeutic. I can