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Old 11-22-2017, 08:21 PM   #11
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seesaw is struggling with excessive daytime sleepiness
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Default Re: Feelings for someone you can never be with

Originally Posted by iPhone View Post
It's not a therapist-it's someone who works in a psych hospital.

I don't follow or friend her but I do look at her pics from time to time, which I need to stop doing.

Thanks for the advice.
I know you really like her, and I've done that too where I liked someone so I sort of cyber stalked them (in a jokey sense, not seriously) but I feel like this is something that's hurting you and keeping you from better things. Focus on getting well and staying out of the hospital, getting stable, then maybe a relationship, with someone who is not your care provider.

What if I fall? Oh, my dear, but what if you fly?

Primary Dx: C-PTSD and Severe Chronic Treatment Resistant Major Depressive Disorder
Secondary Dx: Generalized Anxiety Disorder with mild Agoraphobia.

Meds I've tried: Prozac, Zoloft, Celexa, Effexor, Remeron, Elavil, Wellbutrin, Risperidone, Abilify, Prazosin, Paxil, Trazadone, Tramadol, Topomax, Xanax, Propranolol, Valium, Visteril, Vraylar, Selinor, Clonopin, Ambien

Treatments I've done: CBT, DBT, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), Talk therapy, psychotherapy, exercise, diet, sleeping more, sleeping less...
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