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    (Original post by Noodlzzz)
    I need all the bad luck I can get :P
    *throws my luck your way*
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    (Original post by Noodlzzz)
    I need all the bad luck I can get :P
    I'll happily dump my bad luck onto you
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    (Original post by avhhs)
    :console:

    Lol don't worry. I just spend time on here or I go out somewhere , but I don't do homework. I don't understand how everyone else can concentrate so easily on it but not me.

    I know I should just think about what will happen when I do move out for university, but it seems so far away. Then I hear other people talking about what they did at work, and how much they earn. They are all from well-off families, unlike me. But it doesn't sound good that you have to move back. Would I be right in saying that you don't want to? :hugs: I can't stand my family.

    Now I have to get ready for the meeting with the social worker. :hugs:
    Nah I don't understand how people concentrate on work so much, I have real difficulties with it specially in lectures and stuff I just don't know how to keep my attention in the room!

    I know it seems far away now but it'll come around in no time at all! It is always difficult listening to everyone else talk about how much money they have and stuff but you've just got to try and ignore it really! Theres more to life then money

    But nah it will be difficult going from being independent and living away to having to live at home again :/ worried about it and what it'll do to me but not got much choice really have I! I would love to spend more time with my little sister but it'll be really hard work

    But goodluck with the meeting today hun, hope it all goes alright :hugs:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    It could do, especially with no internet access :laugh:
    Thanks
    Really glad I started this mood diary now, it's interesting to see my mood progress throughout the day. Although I'm thinking of changing 10 to best I've ever felt from normal mood because I think it'd be easier to rate that way.

    If I don't speak to you before, have a lovely time at the caravan :hugs:
    Glad you're finding it useful. Yeah I guess that would give more of a scale. Do you know when you're seeing the psychiatrist yet? :hugs:

    Thankyou :hugs:
    It was nice, but the tide was out so I couldn't use my boat this time. :sad:
    Getting rather frustrated with a question, I have been through it and corrected some mistakes but it still isn't working out. Think I will have to move on for now, only have a week per module to revise over easter and that's assuming the other exams do get delayed, if they don't I'm in deep trouble. :afraid:
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    Grrr.. Things were going soo well until made the mistake of looking on facebook to find pics of when my class mates went of a rafting trip... my spot got taken by some fat lady who is gradually sleeping with every guy and girl in our year group.

    Oddly enough I dont feel that bad... I just have this urge to take a whizz on her from a great hight.
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    I asked uni about an extension. Things aren't going well. :no:
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    (Original post by FuzzySheep)
    I'm a bit better now thank you, just thinking too much as per usual. Sorry for taking so long to reply! How are you holding up? :hugs:
    That's good :hugs: It's okay I took longer to reply sorry :sigh: I'm not so good, but trying to stay hopeful. Also really tired.

    Have a good day boo xx
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    I was in the middle of planning my day as CBT homework and badoosh PMT kicked in and i broke down crying, guess that's ruined my day.
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    (Original post by Aemiliana)
    I asked uni about an extension. Things aren't going well. :no:
    :hugs: Hopefully they will give it to you, I've never had a problem with mine, so they should put it through, but I know its a bit nerve wracking to ask for help. Is there anything up or is it just general bad mood? Hope you feel better soon.
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    Failed my personality disorder assessment with flying colours! Least borderline person they've ever assessed, **** yes haters. I knew I wasn't borderline :P
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    Having a fat day (like there's any other kind when you're essentially a ball with legs) and whining because my t-shirt doesn't fit me how it did before the medication.

    I hate the weight I gained from mirt and I hate that I can't shift it for anything. I've tried everything and I still hover around the same point on the scales

    Worried that I'm going to feel stupid and fat and make a fool of myself at the meet or that you're all going to be all 'uuuurrrrrhhhh' about me :sad:
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    (Original post by Noodlzzz)
    Failed my personality disorder assessment with flying colours! Least borderline person they've ever assessed, **** yes haters. I knew I wasn't borderline :P
    Haha, that's awesome, congratulations! :five:


    (Original post by ParadoxSocks)
    Having a fat day (like there's any other kind when you're essentially a ball with legs) and whining because my t-shirt doesn't fit me how it did before the medication.

    I hate the weight I gained from mirt and I hate that I can't shift it for anything. I've tried everything and I still hover around the same point on the scales

    Worried that I'm going to feel stupid and fat and make a fool of myself at the meet or that you're all going to be all 'uuuurrrrrhhhh' about me :sad:
    :hugs: I hate those days.

    Have you tried a hell of a lot of exercise? I gained a lot of weight on mirtazapine and I've been going to the gym for a little over a week and can already notice a difference, but I'm really really pushing myself. The weight will come off if you try hard enough, it's simple math.

    I'm worried about the same thing, I'm dreading it being hot on the day because then I'll be in shorts and everyone will be like "**** off fattie". :sad:
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    Aw yeah, just got a phone call from a psychologist, appointment thursday! :woo: Hopefully she will be of some help. :crossedf:
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    (Original post by Noodlzzz)
    Failed my personality disorder assessment with flying colours! Least borderline person they've ever assessed, **** yes haters. I knew I wasn't borderline :P
    Haha, well done, always good to be proved right
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Haha, that's awesome, congratulations! :five:


    :hugs: I hate those days.

    Have you tried a hell of a lot of exercise? I gained a lot of weight on mirtazapine and I've been going to the gym for a little over a week and can already notice a difference, but I'm really really pushing myself. The weight will come off if you try hard enough, it's simple math.

    I'm worried about the same thing, I'm dreading it being hot on the day because then I'll be in shorts and everyone will be like "**** off fattie". :sad:
    I did some yoga and zumba but I haven't really 'stuck in' with exercise yet. Still in the 'too embarrassed to be seen trying' category. I definitely will soon though, I'm detoxing from mirt so hopefully that'll help too and working the music festivals over the summer makes me drop quite a bit for each festival - dropped two dress sizes in three weeks of working last year. I finally have the energy and the willpower to get exercising but running around in my parent's town will see me either arrested or mugged and there aren't any nearby gyms.

    It's just the short term "oh god im fat noooow" thats the issue.
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Aw yeah, just got a phone call from a psychologist, appointment thursday! :woo: Hopefully she will be of some help. :crossedf:
    Good luck!
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    (Original post by ParadoxSocks)
    I did some yoga and zumba but I haven't really 'stuck in' with exercise yet. Still in the 'too embarrassed to be seen trying' category. I definitely will soon though, I'm detoxing from mirt so hopefully that'll help too and working the music festivals over the summer makes me drop quite a bit for each festival - dropped two dress sizes in three weeks of working last year. I finally have the energy and the willpower to get exercising but running around in my parent's town will see me either arrested or mugged and there aren't any nearby gyms.

    It's just the short term "oh god im fat noooow" thats the issue.
    Awesome, I would love to work a summer festival. I went to Reading a couple of years ago and it was amazing, it was one of the best weekends of my life easily. So jealous you're getting to work them!

    Aw that sucks that you live in a bad area with no gyms either. You could try jogging during the day, it might be less dangerous? But then you have people watching and I know how offputting that can be. :console:

    And well done on getting off the mirtazapine. I've lost count of how many times I've tried to stop, always end up giving in. :yucky:


    (Original post by Noodlzzz)
    Good luck!

    Thank you. :hat2:
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Awesome, I would love to work a summer festival. I went to Reading a couple of years ago and it was amazing, it was one of the best weekends of my life easily. So jealous you're getting to work them!

    Aw that sucks that you live in a bad area with no gyms either. You could try jogging during the day, it might be less dangerous? But then you have people watching and I know how offputting that can be. :console:

    And well done on getting off the mirtazapine. I've lost count of how many times I've tried to stop, always end up giving in. :yucky:
    Well it's barely been a week but I really haven't had any withdrawals at all (except for the migraines but I partially attribute that to detoxing from codeine too) so I think that this time I'm good

    Working the festivals is amazing. I only did three last year but they were so incredibly. This year I'm doing around ten of them - some paid and some voluntary and some are in London and one is in Scotland so it'll be quite the adventure! They just cancelled sonisphere which is my favourite to work at but I'm hoping one of the others will make us for it. The exercise at those things is incredible, especially on car parking duty and eating on a camp stove really makes you eat a little more sensibly!

    Can't wait to get back to my uni town so I can get back to swimming and cycling. I'm hoping now it's summer I'll be a little more motivated, plus I have the allotment to take care of again
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    (Original post by purple-owl)
    Yeah, thanks for your help

    Luckily, Easter study leave means I don't have to see them much!
    lol i know what you mean, but although they call it a holiday it still means study
    for exams! whoop and I'm glad to hear that your not so pressured now if you
    ever need to talk the society is always here
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    (Original post by bullettheory)
    :hugs: Hopefully they will give it to you, I've never had a problem with mine, so they should put it through, but I know its a bit nerve wracking to ask for help. Is there anything up or is it just general bad mood? Hope you feel better soon.
    At my uni they make you apply for it, hand it in late and then tell you after if you got it... Fun. I've got to email back my academic adviser and the undergraduate supervisor or something about all this actually. They're pretty good at pestering.

    Just low mood. I had a heart-to-heart with my flatmate last night about my on-going food issues too... They get in the way sometimes. Thanks
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