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Reasons for doing things gone?

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I don't know what's with me lately.
I'm just so unmotivated. I don't feel the need to try to do anything anymore. I don't really feel like I have a reason for doing anything so I don't really do anything because of it...

I've just been so blech...

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Updated 02-18-2009 at 02:27 PM by Tarrien

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  1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
    Ugh, sounds like the Winter Blues.... What I've found that works well when you're feeling like this is to go to walmart, spend $5.87 on Spirulina, (Blue-Green Algae) and start out with 2 in the morning and 2 at night. This will give you a major boost in energy and will at least get you moving around. I used to suffer terribly from Seasonal Affective Disorder- basically, by mid winter, I was ready to blow my brains out. Sorry to be graphic, but truly, thats how I felt. DH installed some natural light - lightbulbs, and I started making sure that I was moving around and getting plenty of exercise. It makes all the difference.

    Hugs and I hope you feel better soon.
  2. crankymae's Avatar
    After holiday blues always gets me. I run like crazy getting ready, blink my eyes, and it's over.
  3. Tarrien's Avatar
    Its not seasonal I'm sorry to say, I've had this going on since highschool and never really dug myself out of it
  4. suey's Avatar
    What you need is nice sunny day and a walk in the park!
  5. livenactive's Avatar
    Tarrien, please be open to the idea of maybe needing to seek professional medical help. This may be more than just "blech" feelings. Especially if these feelings have been going on for a long time. You may be dealing with clinical depression. I face dealing with it daily, and your blog and comment just really stuck out to me because of what I have dealt with. You can PM me if you'd like to talk about it.