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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-25-2017, 05:58 PM Thread Starter
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How do I stop making myself stressed out?


I kind of have a horrible habit of stressing myself out a lot when I'm at home. Everywhere I turn, there's always something that happens that makes me think of the worst possible outcome or fretting about the future because things aren't going the way I want them to. Hell, it seems Sunday is the day when my depression seems to want to kick in. No other days seem to matter, but Sunday has been playing a factor for my depressive episodes. Always thinking about work, constantly worrying about money, consistently sexually frustrated -- and those are just a few things.

I'm tired, so I don't have many ideas in my head as ammunition to combat my problem. How in the hell can I stop myself from always stressing myself and just relax after work?

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I have the same problem and then I end up saying or doing dumb things to make minor situations worse than they are. I think it has something to do with my adhd but I cant take my adhd meds as they make me more anxious. I'm at the point where I wish I would just die cause it hurts to be alive but don't worry I wont do anything to myself. I just wish for a heart attack or whatever something to end this constant state of agony I am in.
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Well ou must start to control your thougts and feelings .Start everyday by planting pozitive things feel good be gratitude etc .Also by searching online i discover a review article called shyness and social anxiety system at here Here i learn that anxiety its in our subcosntient mind and i learn to treat the cause of it .After many failures finaly i feel better
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im the same way at home. i guess when we have less to do, our minds start to overthink

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