I find myself isolating more and more. I feel the depression getting worse as each day goes by. I have no desire to talk to people, and when I do talk to people, it’s difficult. Writing is also difficult. I guess I just don’t have anything I think is worth sharing with others. That is not normal for me; that’s the depression. Usually, I’m a very talkative person, but now. Right now, I would prefer to stay home and do nothing, but that’s not always possible. I do the best I can when I’m out in public and when I’m talking to others, but it’s getting harder as each day passes.

5 thoughts on “Depressed Isolation

  1. Hey, my side. I’m sorry to hear this. Mine came back about 9 days ago and in addition, they think I have an autoimmune disease called Sjogren’s. My ‘moment’ in terms of writing opportunities ( bigger publications and in possession of ‘newsworthy’ content) but I don’t feel good enough to do it. Or enjoy it.
    I hear your frustration. This is my 12 relapse over 27 years. Antidepressant fatigue or ‘burnout.’ Also called “Prozac Poopout” clinically but it’s not really kosher to say so. But this video has a few ideas that I picked up about four depressions ago that ease my way through the days. it’s a bipolar hope thing. Have you seen your doc?

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    1. I’m sorry to hear about your autoimmune disease. That’s a lot to deal with on top of the depression.
      I liked your video. Things that make me laugh are definitely helpful during a depressive episode. My psychiatrist is aware of the depression. We’re waiting to start ECT any time now. I’m just waiting for the phone call from them to schedule my first session. I know this will improve; it’s just a waiting game.

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