I am, when I'm not depressed, the person everyone wants to be around. I'm funny and outgoing. However, since I've fallen into this "severe depression" as my doc said 2 days ago, I notice that the smallest things make me tick. The lady sitting next to me that is tapping her foot...makes me want to shake her and tell her to stop. Endless conversations I have to listen to in a waiting room that are about nothing make me literally stick my fingers in my ears so I can't hear them anymore. I'm not a violent person, but for some reason, noises, no matter how minute they are make me feel like I'm going to put my foot thru a wall! Is this normal or am I insane?
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