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Mikayla last won the day on December 20 2015

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  1. It's just your self image, I'm sure and I'm sure it gets better once you are able to accept yourself. Sometimes this acceptance is hard because of our family background..sometimes it just helps to find the point of living..πŸ™‚ so, you won't mind if you are awkward or not..
  2. I met a friend who also has an anxiety disorder. He's actually very funny..unfortunately, he's much younger so I don't think any additional contact would be appropriate, I think he would get a bit scaredπŸ˜„ or I..πŸ˜„..nice to meet him anyway, he's a very interesting person.
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    It's sad. He was a kind person and he helped me with his answer. I will surely pray for him.
  4. Oh, that's so nice..! πŸ™‚..especially that thing about your husband.
  5. Congratulations on your new job!πŸ™‚πŸ™‚
  6. ..I feel a bit guilty about what I said about my parents on Christmas, well it's truth that living with them is harder as they age but at least I have shelter..there are also nice and funny moments. Sure I would prefer living with my friends or so..:)
  7. I thought I wouldn't be so depressed on Christmas..there are some bright moments because my friends and neighbours are nice and because I can have a walk etc...but I'm sad 'cause I don't like being with my parents. I try to be nice to them normally but I'm just not able anymore.
  8. Oh, no, sober, don't hate your lifeπŸ™‚..I was so hopeless, I couldn't sleep for a very long time but then something happened and it's much better now. Sometimes it takes time but I'm sure also your situation can get better although we have different troubles.
  9. Merry Christmas to everyone! Thank you a lot for your support.:)
  10. Best of luck for the surgery!:)
  11. Yes, it can:) I've been on various antidepressants through the years just to find out that I was dependent on clonazepam (or klonopin) and therefore depressed constantly. Antidepressants can make our depression and anxiety worse in many cases. Sometimes all we need is to change our lifestyle quite a lot.. I'm just reading a book "Depression the Way out" by Neil Nedley, M.D, it's quite helpful. (Sorry for my grammar if there's anything wrong, I'm not a native speaker:)
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