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shikaka

794d

so I have severe depression and anxiety around people and ptsd, I'm always angry and people try to avoid me all the time because I can sense that they sense it, if that makes sense. I'm alone I have no friends and I don't talk to my family because I'm mad at them , I feel because my depression is so bad that nobody ever talks to me or checks up on me because I'm negative all the time now, which makes it worse, but at the same time I push people away because I don't trust people anymore as friends or anything , I had to deal with so many 2 faced people in my life that I just shut everyone out now but I feel alone at the same time . sorry this sounds confusing, but I hate being like this, I want to be my normal self again, but idk how to get out of this and I feel like I never will.

    • blackpanda

      794d

      For me i have always taken it one day at a time and just try to breath through the anger and try to stop the conversation/task as soon as you are noticing the anger. I myself have been dealing with myself getting angry at my boyfriend. And when I was with my therapist she said maybe the reason you get angry at him is cause your comfortable expressing those emotions to him. That was my situation but for me to stop the arguments I have been trying to notice the triggers of my anger and just try stepping away from it. Sorry if this is repeating its self.

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