...the downward spiral that is. I am starting to feel really depressed. On top of my highly stressful and fast paced job, my coworkers don't particularly like me. I have nothing to say to them, especially when all they talk about are their husbands and their children. I have no children and I have no husband...what could I possibly say to them when they talk of nothing else? My name was brought up in a meeting and apparently people complained about me. Admittedly, I am withdrawn and quiet because of my meds. On top of this, my doctor told me I could be "pre-diabetic" and that all of my other ailments are due to my meds. That's all I needed to hear - they find the right meds but they make me feel like shit. The fuel to the fire: my partner and I are having communication issues. What else could go wrong? Any advice for keeping my head above water?
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