Finally, when my mom came home, I didn’t want anything to do with her. Our dad begged for a truce between us. Bitterness, anger, and hurt filled my heart. My hatred for her became apparent to everyone.
You will observe some drastic changes in the habits of the sufferer. His energy levels will fall down and laziness will gather all over him/her. The low energy levels will make him/her annoying. The weakness will become a cause of many other ailments. The person will be unable to sleep well. The loss of sleep will also be responsible in the worsening of mood. The victim will be unable to participate in the healthy activities. He/she will shy to play games or quarrel with others.
All in all, having depression and crazy is not the end yet. Depression is treatable. So hang in there and seek treatment if you feel that your condition has worsened.
This is not an isolated incident. In Connecticut a woman started a fire in a nursing home where she was staying in Hartford. The fire killed 16 people but the woman was found not competent because she had dementia, depression and multiple sclerosis. The woman was admitted to a mental hospital where she should have been in the first place.
In one way we’re uncomfortable with what is too much at one time and too much good feedback – our consciences doubt the sincerity of the feedback and what this is saying at a deeper level is we doubt ourselves. We also don’t want to be pushed past our limits. What is good is sometimes too good.
Try hard to find another perspective to look at your situation from. Determine the good about you and what you have to offer another person. What are your good qualities? There will definitely be another person out there that will appreciate you just as you are. Just wait for this person to show up.
The longer Sarah is unwell, the more her mind will play with these thoughts and feelings; spinning them out of proportion. Then her mind may start dredging up all of the other things from her life with Jack that didn’t go as planned. Didn’t get to finish college? Jack’s fault. Miscarriage? Jack’s fault. Work a job that she hates? Jack’s fault.
Go easy on everyone: family, friends, coworkers, and even the people you pass on the street. Instead of choosing to see only the most unflattering or harsh qualities embodied in each person, you should look for their positive attributes as well. If you catch yourself thinking one snide thing about a person with no reason, backtrack and identify two great things about him or her.