How to Stop Worrying About Things You Can't Change
What are some good coping skills?
What are some coping strategies?
How to develop better coping skills?
1. I worry all the time about whether the pain will end. (H) 2. I feel I can't go on. (H) 3. It's terrible and I think it's never going to get any better. (H) 4. It's awful and I feel that it overwhelms me. (H) 5. I feel I can't stand it anymore. (H) 6. I become afraid that the pain may get worse. (M) 7. I think of other painful experiences. (M) 8. I anxiously want the pain to go away. (R) 9. I can't seem to keep it out of my mind. (R) 10. I keep thinking about how much it hurts. (R) 11. I keep thinking about how badly I want the pain to stop. (R) 12. There is nothing I can do to reduce the intensity of the pain. (H) 13. I wonder whether something serious may happen. (M)
Note: For the listed items above, (R) Rumination, (M) Magnification, and (H) Helplessness.
My family also make comments... makes me so uncomfortable
My family already is dysfunctional as it is. In the past from barely knowing my dad, my mums abusive boyfriends or rather the ones i have to hear... It all around makes me so uncomfortable. i hate being in my house.
I just wish i could be comfortable in my own skin and i have tried so many times saying that i am just fine the way i am but i know its not true, something is always telling me its not true. I dont know what the point of this post was but i felt like i needed to write it down, maybe others feel a similar way? Thanks.
Newly Diagnosed BP 2 and ADD
Person just diagnosed with BP 2
And 3 months ago with ADD
Feels like a double whammy.
On good BP meds, feeling more normal/balanced.
20 years on depression meds caused mania, angry and sleepless as a result
Feeling very isolated and alone, no one to talk to
Dad has BP
Looking for any support
Vitamins or supplements that help?
Books recommendations or websites?
I am so sorry to hear about Missy. RIP
I am glad we had so much time with Missy. I don't know anyone who stayed so active in chat with us for so long. I personally had many memorable discussions in chat with her. She loved nature and simple things.
Kris, thanks for sharing this.
Missy died last night.
What keeps you calm?!!!!!
Take easy courses online Church service Radio broadcasts Reading books Tele-health over phone Go outside Time with animals Time with kids Concern for family members Online shopping Dealing with health issues Develop ulcers Mandatory training for work Not worry about things are beyond our control Doing what we are doing Getting alergic to things
NAMI Discussion Groups > Depression > Keeping Busy?
Post: I have been busy. What about you?
Reply: I've got to work which is both good and bad. A. I need money. B. The virus is out there.
Next topic might be something like if you had $2 trillion, what would you do with it?
A trillion is 1,000,000,000,000, also known as 10 to the 12th power, or one million million. It's such a large number it's hard to get your head around it, so sometimes trillion just means “wow, a lot.”
We need to pick one.
Reduce your anxiety, you know, a lot of people have anxiety, listen to music, have fun, enjoy nature, keep a routine, play cards get a good book or listen to an audio book.
Depression NAMI Discussion Groups > Depression > Am i the only one?
If anyone dials-in... this is what our discussion will be about.
I thought talking about getting sick was a good topic.
The topic in tomorrow's discussion is about being sick in 2019. An old post by solidity, in the depression group.
FOr the call Saturday more than one person has confirmed
According to the recent research, kissing relieves tension, prevents tooth decay, helps you lose weight, slows the aging process, increases fitness levels and boosts self-esteem.
"Kissing power is stronger than willpower"
This quote can be used to describe the way many people feel when kissing someone they love.
Cats, I'm very sorry if I hurt you. You are very dear to me and I miss you. Please text me.
1. dont read anything.
2. dont follow news.
3. Dont go to stores or malls.
4. eat at home only
5. dont listen to music.
6. dont watch tv or use a computer.
7. wear noise canceling headphones.
8. take up knitting and crafts.
9. avoid conversations.
10. pray real hard for a cure.
This message board is a good thing to use.
It is a challenge to find someone in chat at the same time I log in. I think we need a way for better coordination - any suggestions?
Let missy know there will be a namily waiting for her.
I tried to find you Cats, but you were lost? Missy has terminal cancer. I am sorry to relay this in a message this way, but I thought you would like to know. She is still with us, and is in hospice. She is still able to chat, if you want to call her. I miss you all and hope you are better than this message.
Everyday at sunrise the sun comes up - that is something we can count on. The future is bright, enjoy your day!
The "full screen" option may display better in your computer
We lost if for a while but it's back.
Thank you for your understanding.
Chat is so simple it does not have time stamp. The login screen does displays the more recent time chat was visited.
Welcome and have fun
I need to do something about making it easier to get people chatting
The blanket is laid out in the meadow with a basket of fine treats.
Hugging has some surprising powers. It sets the tone for any discussion that needs to take place. Hugging builds trust and a sense of safety.
This is a new message page until I figure out a chat program to replace the other one. Click on the header and you can write a note and save it.