Depression and anxiety

Just a small blog this time. My days this week have been like a rollercoaster. I’m neither up nor down but everything seems to be pissing me off. I’m not usually an angry person I’m quite relaxed and chilled out. I can’t pinpoint why my moods is like this. Hopefully I will snap out of it soon as it’s really annoying me.

Any advice from fellow bloggers that could help.

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6 thoughts on “Depression and anxiety

  1. Oh my gosh yes! I recently went through one of these (what I like to call) “rage spells”. I have depression and panic disorder and the two do not mix well together.The combination of both means that I sometimes experience extreme emotions, including anger. This past week was one of those instances. The way I cope with it (and believe me I know that it feels like you’re going to explode and your boiling over with rage, though for no reason at all) by just screaming my heart out into a pillow and crying like a baby (in private, of course). Now, I know that not many people are criers but I am personally someone who believes that a good old fashion cry and scream fit can help alleviate that tension. It works for me, I won’t be unreasonably angry for the rest of the day after doing this so maybe give it a shot next time the urge to punch a whole in the wall comes along. I’m sorry if this isn’t much help but,hey, it works for me. Hope this passes soon!

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  2. Sometimes we just have moments like this. When everything is annoying and we just want to be left alone.
    Don’t get frustrated at yourself for being human. There may be something at the core of it though, something that has been bothering you and you don’t want to admit. An agitation not addressed can end up being expressed at things that are not related. Did something happen last week? Is something happening this week or at some point in the near future?
    If you can’t figure it out, venting that anger helps too. As Kristyn above mentioned, crying is a great release! If I’m not in that mood I’ll play music that fits my mood, and I’ll play it loud and sing (aka scream) along or jump around to it. I punch my mattress if I need to hit something. If you have dogs, throwing stuff in a field for them to chase works. Or it can be as simple as getting a proper hug from someone.
    Random thoughts… Hope that your week’s getting better!


    1. Thanks for the comment. The weird thing is a hug actually helped. I felt alot better afterwards like something was lifted. I don’t even know why I get I like this sometimes. I usually do the same with music aswell aslong as I’m in by myself πŸ˜‚


      1. Haha, oh yeah the music thing is definitely when I’m alone! Can’t imagine what I look like when I am doing it πŸ˜€
        Glad the hug helped, that’s awesome


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