What Is The Task That Depression Makes Difficult For You?
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The Impossible Task
Whenever people are dealing with depression, the symptoms that they experience can be vast and varied; from insomnia to weight fluctuations.
Instead of talking about the well-known symptoms of depression, we want to ask you what your ‘impossible task’ is.
The term ‘impossible task’ became known through a viral Twitter thread where those sufferring with depression shared their ‘impossible task’. These tasks referred to the mundane, everyday actions that used to be easy to do but now seem impossible, such as doing the laundry, picking up a prescription, or even washing a plate.
Please share with us your impossible task and gain comfort in knowing that you are not alone in sometimes finding seemingly simple actions, insurmountable.
Impossible task for me, when depression is bad, is getting out of bed and cooking. I just will not cook.
Concentration and isolation from the world is difficult
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I find it hard to be motivated to do anything because it will probably be taken away from me again.
My impossible task is staying awake when im extremely depressed. Sleep is my escape
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@Tamra1 I agree. For me it is wakening... I just want to sleep.
My illness impossible task is forgetting to take my medicine and I am my am hoarder, I just like keep thing. I have learn over year if don’t take medicine I have to you go the hospital to get back to get back straight. Now I have been doing better. My son impossible task is not staying still he just pacing. He doesn’t enjoy play x-box, Conversation with friend on phone like his Facebook. He said has no happyness. Feel no hot or cold. He said don’t sleep put he does. I think his mind is still going.
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