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  • Does anyone have Thanatophobia?

    I just need to know. This is my 3rd time with this phobia. It's about myself not others dying. It gets to the point we're in am afraid of going to sleep. I take kolonopin 3 mg and am thinking for telling my psychiatrist. I have already talked with my psychotherapist. Please let me know so I don't feel alone.
  • Has anybody else been told "You have be able to rewire your brain?"

    My psychologist said. I don't know how you did it. But, you have been able to rewire your brain. The first six years of my life was in a passive state with very little afffection only shown towards animals. age six a near drowning erases my memory, removes the the affection and the tramatic experience changes my mental state from passive to being active.
    However, through out most of my adolescents my mental state was years behind other kids my age. When it came to connecting with other people's feelings and emotions, there wasn't anything inside to make me feel sad, joy, fear, being humiliated, or compassion.
    So, my psychologist along with others and doctors can't reason with it. The answer is how a person uses their mind.
  • how do u diagnose if your dr doesn't tell u what u have

  • I'm stuck

    Lately I've been feeling stuck, like I'm not improving. I'm not getting worse either. But it seems like I've been doing better. But I'm not sure if it's because I am getting better and the working on myself is actually doing something. Or I'm only feeling like I'm doing better because the main trigger for my anxiety and depression is momentarily gone. I just don't know what to do. The working on myself is expressing my emotions and feelings more, and trying to reach out to my friends. I've been figuring out what Happens during an attack and what helps. I know myself pretty well in that area. But I want to be able to do more then just coping with it. I want it to get less. I only have no idea how
  • Ringing of the ears

    So for the past day or so iv had a quiet but annoying ringing in my ear. Im only 19 and i started worrying whether it was tinnitus... is it just my anxiety making an appearance?
  • What are the symptoms of hypoglycemia?

    A few hours after meal I feel tired if I eat complex carbohydrates or simple carbohydrates. During meal I feel energetic. Sometimes without any reason I cry
    I feel like I'm not here anymore in a way that I'm like less aware of what is happening. Could it be hypoglycemia?
  • What career option do I have in case of anxiety?

    I am suffering from anxiety disorder for the last two years.I am 22 now.a commerce graduate.My mind is always focusing on anxiety and everytime there are anxious thoughts running around and entire focus on anxiety.It does not allow me to focus on anything else except itself.My memory is just dead.and I am not able to recall things more often. I am just starving for relaxation, feelings and emotions. Anxiety has taken full control of my mind.I am not able to relate myself to present moment , to my surroundings.I am lost in my head all the time and cann't get out of my head and focus on present moment.At this time , I am in desperate need of some job or career because I am financially weak.How can I do this because My poor memory and lack of concentration are not allowing me to do any job or any business.and not having employment is just adding to my anxiety.It is a catch-22 sort of situation.Please guide me.I will be highly grateful to you.
  • Would you like to take back your life?

    Have you made your condition a part of you daily life? If, you have it will always be in your life. Throughout my life I have lived with many mental conditions, the reasons they have never taken cotrol of my life has to do with not paying attention to them. When one of them could come out during certain situations I didn't give into it or spend any time thinking about what I just did, it was done and never remembered.
    You can take back your life at any time. When I am faced with something or I feel out of my comfort zone, I will embrace and move forward to be more a part of it. Example, I couldn't feel my children when they small, there wasn't the ability to have that feeling. I could get mad and become depressed, but how would that help me? It wouldn't help.
    My parents didn't ever let me know I was different. They never let me know I was slow or the reason behind not being able to understand school or the simple things in life. I grew up never walking away from any challenge, conflict or problem, to me they were just things to do along side of things I liked to do.
    So, when my grandchildren were born I heal them all the time, for I have learned by continuing to be a part of something good or bad will only make it better or make it get worse. Then, two years later and 100s of hours of holding my grandchildren when they were babies, has brought out a dead feeling. Today, I can enjoy holding the new family members.
    Thus, you want to accept and believe in your condition will only make it worse. By doing things the opposite of what you are doing will make it go away. The brain is like a 15 month old child, it gives you what you want to believe. Since, that is what you spend the most time doing.
    Like not being around people will only makes my condition worse and /i know it. When I don't feel like being around people. I will get ready and go to the Mall. When I don't feel like talking to anybody, I will call up people I know to engage in a conversation. When I see a large ship which creates a bad scary feeling, I will go to the ship and walk around it touching it. If, I do this just one time will not be enough, I have to do it over and over.
    Take back your life by taking back the controls. You need to stop listening to your mind. Turn off the tv, radio and stop listening to your thoughts. Plan a new day with outdoor activites doing things you wouldn't do. By doing this it will put you in control. Guess what? Everybody on this planet has fears. We are all the same when it comes to fear and worries about the things we don't understand.


we are a community of people struggling with mental health issues, you are not alone!



We are a community of people struggling with mental health issues, you are not alone!