I’m tired of being…

alive.

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I’m tired of being…

8 thoughts on “I’m tired of being…

  1. bradevansbooks says:

    Keep it up, you’ll get there in the end. Bet you’ve heard that a thousand times, but it will get better, always look for the sunrise, keep your head up 🙂

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  2. I know the feeling, unfortunately. Sometimes it helps to have a mantra that you can repeat to yourself (or at least that helps me). Mine is: “manana, manana.” Simple, but effective.

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      1. I’m sure it will! Just remember that people care about you. Trust me, I know it gets hard. Keep it up long enough. It is NOT unfortunate that you are not capable of harming yourself. Your a good, but lost, soul. You WILL find your way. And I’m sure there are people that’ll help you. You just need to ask. I know it is more difficult than it sounds, but it will be better in the end. Don’t completely lose it yet.
        wow… long message… sorry…

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  3. Keep putting one foot in front of the other. You can lean on us. This community will support you when you feel you can’t support yourself. I believe in your strength and resilience. Better days WILL come, my friend. And until then, keep blogging, keep breathing ❤

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  4. If you are tired of being alive, then rest. Give yourself time to heal while things change. Work with your doctor. I imagine since you’ve had a med change that you are. Have you told him/her what’s happening in your head? They need to know. You’ve slid into a bad place and you need a hand up. Talk to your doctor. Do you have a friend who can come over and just spend time with you? Someone who knows your condition and accepts you? Maybe a family member? If not, then keep reaching out to us. We are here for you. Apathy seems to be making the rounds this week. Being aware of it is the first step in fighting back, which, I know you feel you can’t do right now. You will. Be patient with yourself. Don’t be afraid that the apathy is normal, because it isn’t. It is something the illness throws at us and nails us to the wall with. Try to remember this: you are not how you feel. You feel apathy, but you are not worthless. Sorry for the length of this comment. I just want you to know I’ve been there often too. Apathy, while not normal for “normal” people, it is common for us. You are not alone. Keep reaching out. You can change. Be patient.

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