• dose any one fell this way

    Asked by katiemom on Friday, December 12, 2014

    dose any one fell this way

    I just want to set and cry all the time

    11 Answers from the Community

    11 answers
    • Ellie59's Avatar

      Therapy helps tremendously at least for me. A good antdepressant helps to.
      Do what you need to do to have quality of life. You don't need a I suffer with this depression. Your body and mind is going through enough right now.
      Let us know how your doing?

      about 6 years ago
    • sbradford1013's Avatar

      I cry everyday on the drive home from work. It is 30 min and it is my time to let it out. I spend the rest of the time holding it together because I feel if I fall apart around everyone then they will fall apart and we will be one big broken mess. They are trying to be supportive I know. But I spend a lot of energy telling them it is going to be ok. I am gonna beat this. Keep up smiles and plans for kids to not scare them. I have been on wellbutrin for years even before my first diagnosis 5 yrs ago. It helps a lot. I am also on Lorazapam, which is a big help. I don't take it probably as much as I need, don't like poppin pills, but i take it when it is necessary. Sweetie, dealing with cancer is a big deal and can overwhelm. Therapy, medication, yoga, ice cream, etc are the ways we deal with it. It isn't wrong to ask for help, it is sad to NOT ask for help. Talk to your docs and your center, they deal with this everyday and can help guide you some. Good luck and your in my prayers.

      almost 6 years ago
    • Alainest's Avatar

      I am very depressed, I was before being diagnosis with Stage IV breast cancer so it has been a struggle to stay positive and balanced throughout the pain of chemotherapy. I joined church, quit going after the real side effects hit me from treatments, joined a support group which fell on the week after chemo which I was in so much pain and depression didn't go to more then a few...it is hard to find your way out of depression. It is like a heavy weight on your body and it pulls you back in bed, on the couch, or in that chair that seems to be so comfortable but killing you softly. I understand. I have been told I will never stop getting chemotherapy!!! Yeah that was a happy day for me "NOT", but today I am able to manage better then the first few months of tears and fears. I can not waste to much time crying anymore, I need to find out how to live happy, joyous and free.

      almost 6 years ago

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