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        01-23-2009, 11:41 AM
      #21
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    Oh yeaa!! But how would my empty stomach be filled? Infact it will hurt even more after laughing out so loud!

    And you know empty stomach laughing is very painful ...hahaha....think about my tummy!! hmmmmmmm Foooooooood!!

    Regards
         
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        01-23-2009, 09:53 PM
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    I think it would be wise to see your family physician and see what he thinks. There are many options available including councelling that a lot of people benefit from. Depression is started because of chemical imbalance in the brain. Stress, not eating properly, events that are currently taking place in your life, family dynamics etc etc, will affect how you feel over all. I think before making the decision on your own to start taking a medication you should have a good chat with the GP that follows you.

    Nothing ever comes easy does it :) Good Luck :)
         
        01-23-2009, 11:14 PM
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    Gah!

    I'm so friggen EMOTIONAL!!!!! (Sorry, gotta rant)...
    I spent all day (5-8 hours) with my aunt and have felt just fine, and I went to my mums before I went home and stayed at her house about 30 minutes because I had a major headache and wanted to get home and take something for it before it became a migraine and when I got home my grandma said my mum had called to tell her that I was on my way home... then she said that my mum sounded disappointed because I'd spent all day with my aunt and not her... when my mum and I both have hardly ever spent more than an hour together... My grandma said my mum sounded really disappointed and my 'good day' just crashed... I'm so upset that I made my mum upset... I actually CRIED over it...

    What is wrong with me!!!!????
         
        01-25-2009, 10:00 AM
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    Originally Posted by Britt    
    Gah!

    I'm so friggen EMOTIONAL!!!!! (Sorry, gotta rant)...
    I spent all day (5-8 hours) with my aunt and have felt just fine, and I went to my mums before I went home and stayed at her house about 30 minutes because I had a major headache and wanted to get home and take something for it before it became a migraine and when I got home my grandma said my mum had called to tell her that I was on my way home... then she said that my mum sounded disappointed because I'd spent all day with my aunt and not her... when my mum and I both have hardly ever spent more than an hour together... My grandma said my mum sounded really disappointed and my 'good day' just crashed... I'm so upset that I made my mum upset... I actually CRIED over it...

    What is wrong with me!!!!????
    I see that this can be one symptom besides all that you've told. I've had a pretty stressfull period in my life and I'd symptoms like that. Now afterward I think that them were symptoms of imbalance. Still, everyone is unique and then are mental actions also so yours can't automatically correlate yours with someone elses. I repeat what I said earlier: if you feel that there are perhaps something wrong with you it's better to start to search help.

    Hugs to you girl. Even if you've hard times now remember that there are also wonderful things in life .
         

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