kawaiineha

242d

anyone else just feel like they are on autopilot? like you don't have any interest in anything 🙄

Panic Disorder

Depression

Escitalopram

Anxiety (Including GAD)

Numbness

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  • Akemi

    242d

    Been there. Try looking into something you wouldn't usually do or used to do buy haven't in a while. Sometimes that little spark is all it takes to feel alive again 💜

  • Inezz

    242d

    Like tired of same old💩 ? Yea if that’s what you mean I sure feel this way

  • Kipper50

    242d

    Yes. If I don't have to be at work. I lay in my bed all day and night. Have friends who try to get me out and visit. I'll plan then when the day comes, lose motivation and cancel

  • KittyRosa

    242d

    Yes. My baseline is a meh empty numbness that is neither good nor bad, it just is. Lots of things variey day ti day and even minuet to minuet. But I feel this more often than not and feel it the most

  • Toadbwrt

    242d

    Yes! Most of the time I can’t really tell what I’m feeling or even thinking, I’m just moving through the motions of the routines I made.

  • pammd

    242d

    Yes! I think I've been that way the majority of my life. I feel like I'm going thru the motions. At work and in what social situations I get in, I know when to put the smile on, when to chuckle, how to "fit in" I guess but inside I feel totally empty.

    • KittyRosa

      242d

      I don't understand that. I am often confused how to "fit in"

      • pammd

        241d

        I manage to fake it. I'm fixing to turn 62 and don't think there's any one in the world who knows the real me. They know the "work" me, the "social" me, the faces I put on for most situations. But there's a real me here somewhere.

  • Sociallyawkward

    241d

    Feel like that all the time. Sometimes I feel like I'm outside looking at myself yelling to stop but I just keep slipping farther down. A lot of the time it's like the autopilot button stuck in the on position and nothing I do unsticks it

  • Winona1989

    241d

    Yes

  • Space_Case92

    240d

    I am always on autopilot....😥

  • Chrissyposi

    240d

    YES 😥 I’ve been in my room all day

  • Zenwitch

    231d

    I do

  • SBelleC

    231d

    Not sure if this is something you'd enjoy typically. If not, it's not gonna help lol. But for me, go out into the woods. A nature park if you have one nearby. And just walk, or bring a blanket and just lay down and look at the trees above you. Unless that's something normal for you, it's probably a pretty big change from what you do everyday. And it's a lot calmer there, easier to think and to ground yourself. You might not feel all better, perfect, fine.. but it could help you enough to get you to a place you can try to pull yourself out of that. It sucks, I used to do it all the time. Still do sometimes, just not as much.

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