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Carley 1 child; Cheesetown, WI, United States 775 posts
17th Aug '13
Quoting Vicki McDonald:" I would see a counsellor. It sounds like there might be some underlying issues that you need to deal ... [snip!] ... it would help to sit down and talk with someone unbiased and maybe get some insight into why you feel the way that you do."


Yeah, I think all things considered it wouldn't hurt. Thanks for the advice.

7 blessings so far.... Due February 3; 6 kids; Glen Burnie, Maryland 8799 posts
17th Aug '13
Quoting Riley Elise:" There isn't any problems to speak of, though. I mean, I'm sorry. I don't really have any. I just get ... [snip!] ... with him way too easily, but he helps with my son, is nice to me, loves me, and provides for us. I'm just...I don't know."


Living in a place you hate can cause depression/anxiety or make underlying depression worse. Depression doesn't mean ''just sad'', it can cause irritation, anger, indifference, & irrational reactions to truly benign situations.
Do some research, talk to your doctor and find some good outlets to mabe help you enjoy where you live.
Explain to DH how you feel ''empty'' & need support. Is moving a possibility in your family's future or are you ''stuck'' where you are?

Carley 1 child; Cheesetown, WI, United States 775 posts
17th Aug '13
Quoting 6 blessings so far....:" Living in a place you hate can cause depression/anxiety or make underlying depression worse. Depression ... [snip!] ... how you feel ''empty'' & need support. Is moving a possibility in your family's future or are you ''stuck'' where you are?"


Well the irritability certainly sounds like me. We are stuck for the time being but I'm trying to think of ways we could work out moving, but money is a issue. He has been trying to support me but I feel bad for being so difficult and not being happy, kwim?

7 blessings so far.... Due February 3; 6 kids; Glen Burnie, Maryland 8799 posts
17th Aug '13
Quoting Riley Elise:" Well the irritability certainly sounds like me. We are stuck for the time being but I'm trying to think ... [snip!] ... moving, but money is a issue. He has been trying to support me but I feel bad for being so difficult and not being happy, kwim?"


depression is a vicious cycle.... It causes irritation over stupid things, then an argument starts. Later in a precious moment of mental clarity , you realize you reacted poorly and guilt sets in. The guilt then causes you to be more irritated & defensive causing more arguments about absolutely nothing that ''matters''



*if any of this sound remotely familiar please talk to your dr about it !
I have lived through this w/my dh (he was the one w/the depression & anxiety) Once he admitted the issue to his dr(that he sees frequently for updates) & got meds he has been waaaay better

Carley 1 child; Cheesetown, WI, United States 775 posts
18th Aug '13
Quoting 6 blessings so far....:" depression is a vicious cycle.... It causes irritation over stupid things, then an argument starts. ... [snip!] ... anxiety) Once he admitted the issue to his dr(that he sees frequently for updates) & got meds he has been waaaay better"


Thank you very much.

7 blessings so far.... Due February 3; 6 kids; Glen Burnie, Maryland 8799 posts
18th Aug '13
Quoting Riley Elise:" Thank you very much."


There is always a way through the ''darkness''..... sometimes its a slow process but don't give up hope. I will be praying for you :) Feel free to pm me if you need to vent.