Ok, so I know that a lot of people write posts about being depressed, and you all probably don't feel like hearing me complain, but I don't have any other outlet right now. My husband is away on a work trip for at least a week, I couldn't get a hold of my sister, and my best friend has plans today and isn't home. I don't have anyone to talk to and nothing to distract me from being so down. I really don't want to admit it...but I really think I have a depression problem. It has gotten worse since my diagnosis and has started to effect everything. I don't want to get up for work in the morning(I would rather just quit my job and sleep all day), I don't enjoy anything anymore and my best friend even told me that I don't seem like myself lately. I even started crying when I was driving home today and I don't even know why. I don't know if it is mental(like me dwelling over my pcos,weight problems,etc) or from the hormones in my birth control...I don't know. I just know that right now I am lonely and not happy. I hesitate to say anything to my doctor because I don't want to have another pill to have to be dependant on everyday(I've watched my father struggle with anti-depressants and I don't want to end up like that). I don't know what I should do or what I can do to make it better...
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