Sometimes I think it seems like something is wrong with us for having difficulties to overcome. But it would be better to reframe that point of view (because it just makes us feel worse when we think something about us is wrong). I prefer asking "Why do I have it so much harder?" That way I am acknowledging that I have problems while not diminishing my basic "self." I mean, I'm a good guy... I'll bet your a good girl.. right? We justhave obstacles in our way.
You don't really say much, I mean it sounds mostly like a hands above the shoulders waving wildly in frustration sort of statement. But I am interested how you are dealing with these issues. Therapy? Meds? I think at least therapy to talk out your issues. I am a believer in meds but that seems to be controversial these days so I won't make a big speech about them.
Anyway, keep us up to date on your progress.
I'm not taking any medication, nor am I getting any therapy.
And I don't really like talking to people about it much..
The best thing about unconditional support is that it means not pushing any conversation on anybody. In other words it is ok if you don't want to talk about it (meds or therapy). We (I) am here to support you any way we can.
Yeah, that's why I came on here for my problems. I need to know what to do about them.
My biggest suggestion would be (especially if you don't really like talking much about your problems) do some reading on the diagnosis(s) you have been given. If you haven't been officially "clinicly" diagnosed then just do a search on basics of mental illness. I am not in anyway a health care professional, but I have read some pretty helpful books and it just gives me the satisfaction that I'm not "crazy". What I am feeling, thinking, doing, and going through is indeed real and true. People need help with thing like this. You shouldnt feel alone- Im here if you want to chat or even send a message to me.