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    I am in a relationship, doing well at school and my family drama has died down. however at night when i am alone and just thinking i always try and find the negative things in my life and try to make things go wrong... like yesterday i ended my realtionship with my boyfriend who i really care about... i dont know why i am on "self-destruct" at night... does anyone else feel the same?? what do i do?
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    Plank for 10 minutes.

    You'll be too dead to overthink anything, actually you'll be thinking why you ever agreed to take advice from that knob on tsr that has made me so sore
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    (Original post by whorace)
    Plank for 10 minutes.

    You'll be too dead to overthink anything, actually you'll be thinking why you ever agreed to take advice from that knob on tsr that has made me so sore
    nah i tried it already.... been training alot to get my mind of all this stuff
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    thought you had left tsr forever, make your mind up pls
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    (Original post by kickboxer 98)
    I am in a relationship, doing well at school and my family drama has died down. however at night when i am alone and just thinking i always try and find the negative things in my life and try to make things go wrong... like yesterday i ended my realtionship with my boyfriend who i really care about... i dont know why i am on "self-destruct" at night... does anyone else feel the same?? what do i do?
    Distract yourself! Do something productive or something you enjoy to fill up the spare time. Maybe you'll feel tired afterwards too and hence fall asleep. If not, go and see someone who may be able to offer specialist help and advice.
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    Well it is clear the underlying cause of your depression hasn't gone away. Just things have settled down after the stuff which caused your depression happened. So you will feel depressed until they underlying cause is sorted or you accept that it isn't going to be sorted and then try to improve your life and feel secure/happy/contented again. Just taking your mind off it and doing stuff doesn't do anything, but make it harder for you.
 
 
 
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