What can I do?

Postby Thomas » Mon Nov 15, 2021 10:39 pm

3 years ago I had a major stroke at 51, which I partially recovered from. Then I had another stroke, in June of this year (2021). This left me shattered emotionally. I'm on 2 different anti-depressants which do nothing. Then I was starting on Baclofen. This sent me into a deep depression. I suffered from daily intense anxiety attacks, So much so my anxiety and depression got to the point I went to the ER. Doctors (Including my own GP) try to help but no combination of drugs did do anything for me. I am overcome with feeling of regret, all the things I never did, never will do. Now it is too late. No Wife, No Life, No Future, No Hope! Became my mantra. I know I am a bitter loser with nothing. I began thinking I didn't deserve all the things most people took for granted. I have no friends, no relationship, nothing. I have decided the only thing left for me is death. To hasten this end I have all but stopped eating losing a pound a day. I also stopped taking all of the medication antidepressant, anti-anxiety, anticoagulants, high blood pressure, diabetes all of it.
I'm just sitting here waiting for another stroke to kill me the sooner the better!
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Postby zelvish89 » Sat Nov 20, 2021 2:36 am

You have so much depression even your depression level on its peak. Last year I also have same level of depression and also suffered from anxiety attacks than I started life coaching. I think you should go for life coaching, a life coach is deals with your life hurdles, problems and anything about your depression cause. So please go for life coaching and I'm sure you will be All right after life coaching and I'm damn sure about it.
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Postby rocketseeds » Sat Nov 27, 2021 7:41 am

Wow, after all you've been through you were able to stay strong and continue to live. I really admire your perseverance. You are an example of what a strong person is overcoming depression.
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