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Post  Imogen on Tue Mar 16, 2010 7:57 pm

Ever suffered with depression? I am currently having a session of depression! It's poo! I have suffered before.... all I can say is "it's good to talk"! Razz

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Re: Depression

Post  Clare on Wed Mar 17, 2010 12:48 pm

Been there, done that.....out-grew the T-shirt No

I feel for you Hun, but talking really does help......Along with lots of snuggles from the little peeps Wink

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Post  Imogen on Wed Mar 17, 2010 4:42 pm

Clare wrote:Along with lots of snuggles from the little peeps Wink

Yeah Laughing the dogs ARE great aren't they!!! xxx

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Re: Depression

Post  Nick on Wed Mar 17, 2010 6:22 pm

Hey both of you

>>outgrew the T shirt<<

Oh I regularly go try and try a new one on Smile

Luckily nowadays for me I don't have to wear it for long.

Dogs have to be the best thing around when you're like that....so comforting and never bear any grudges because you are the biggest grump on the planet.

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Re: Depression

Post  Clare on Wed Mar 17, 2010 8:18 pm

Silly moo Rolling Eyes

It was thanks to my biggest little peeps that I've now got a busted finger.......But he still loves my unconditionally and sits across my chest when I'm on my nebuliser Rolling Eyes - He's not really trying to finish me off Suspect

Having to use a bloody stick is really getting me down now, but it means I've got a magic badge so I get the good parking spaces, so I put up with it.
Not being able to lift anything from the oven or hob is a pain - but hey, that's what teenagers are for Wink
It's having "underwear trouble" that's the most hilarious - I can't undo hooks any more, so Ben makes sure he's asleep before I go up to bed
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Re: Depression

Post  Imogen on Wed Mar 17, 2010 8:25 pm

Laughing Oh babe! A murderous dog and undy trouble - perhas you can get the forwards facing hooks? Would that help? Tell the Docs you need a scantily clad hunk (well oiled) to look after your "personal needs"!!!??? Twisted Evil

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Post  Clare on Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:36 pm

Laughing
Sounds good Wink

I'd love a front opening bra, but the only ones I can get in my size are feeding ones Embarassed

I had the "girls" immortalised for Doug for Christmas...... Now we need a new cabinet to keep them on Rolling Eyes

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Re: Depression

Post  Nick on Wed Mar 17, 2010 11:28 pm

>>well oiled<<

Mmmm
Presumably non virgin ???? Very Happy

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Re: Depression

Post  Imogen on Thu Mar 18, 2010 7:08 am

Ho ho ho, Nick - you daft bugger. Laughing

Yeah, Clare, I wouldn't have that problem! Sad

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Re: Depression

Post  bhatotia on Sat Mar 26, 2011 9:12 am

The best way to avoid depression is do something which interests you greatly... and into which you are completely lost for hours end... depression will not peep in... do not allow depression to dampen your spirit.... Cheers!!


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Re: Depression

Post  Shona on Sat Apr 16, 2011 10:51 am

Definitely not the only one.... Hence my disappearing act Neutral Its easy to do facebook, because its easier to hide behind the computer... here though your so friendly and talkative its harder (for me at least) to pretend normal, though normal isnt a word i tend to use to describe myself, limited edition maybe.

I recently reunited with my dad (not spoke to him in 16 years) and my 3 younger sisters who live in scotland so havent seen them in 9 years, which has improved my well-being dramatically. We have promised to meet up at least twice a year from now on, because its too hard to stay apart. Dave and i are seriously toying with the idea of moving there...

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Re: Depression

Post  Nick on Sat Apr 16, 2011 4:37 pm

Hey Shona,

So pleased to read your post....good for you.


And I always try to be fluffy and cuddly, even if I'm not Smile (well on here anyway !!!)


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