Around a year ago something strange happened, i was stretching my right arm violently because i was angry with myself and i felt a massive pain go through my shoulder. Ever since that day i've been fatigued, and it gets worse and worse as months pass. The problem was that day i went and sat down to eat but i felt completely embarrassed because i couldn't hold myself properly at the table. Since then its gone from bad to worse and beyond. I can't be comfortable when sitting or lying down and try to avoid it in public at all times. Its affected my mood and ability to work physically and mentally. My doctor diagnosed me with mild depression however anti-depressents have not helped. It just keeps getting worse and worse and i can see no way out. I haven't slept properly in over a year, my inter-personal skills have become poor and in short i don't have any enthusiasm for anything because anything involving mobility leads to fatigue and frustration. I went away travelling for five months thinking i was in a blip and it was psychological but symptoms just got worse and came home feeling completely nihilist
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- Thread Starter
- 27-11-2011 01:03
- 27-11-2011 17:49
I'm not sure if I understand. Is the problem physical? You said the fatigue started after you injured your arm - have you seen a doctor about this?
- 27-11-2011 17:51
or is this someone who suffers from the same bizarre dissociative syndrome that 'neck clicker' suffers from ?
- 27-11-2011 17:53
- 27-11-2011 17:57
- 29-11-2011 22:31
Can you clarify with what your issue is? Its quite confusing. My interpretation is that your struggling to cope because you hurt your arm as you were trying to sit down and because your were sitting oddly, you were embarrassed. This is something you haven't really been able to get over. Have you been to the doctor about your shoulder and the pain issues your experiencing? I understand that this isnt going solve all problems but surely its something that easier to fix.