I have found that my depression seems situational. My life in general seems to be situational. By that I mean, that I can hang out with a bunch of my close friends and feel great, things do pop up that remind me of "Her", but I am able to get over it in a few seconds and the sadness receeds quickly. However when I am home alone every thing seems lost, hopeless, and pointless. I can easly spend hours just sitting in bed stairing at a wall trying not to think. I have had people tell me to get thearipy and couceling. I've been there and done that. Yeah while I am there it's ok, but I think I get more out of just being with people who are friends then being with a professional who get's paid to see countless people to help them. I'm just wondering if there are others out there like this. I felt that I could do anything before my divorce happend, now I feel like no matter what I do, it's never going to work out of be what I want. Sorry I'm rambeling, but I'm just trying to deal with my alone time..
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