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 I started feeling okay but than I found myself letting clothes pile up not wanting to clean up not wanting to eat not wanting to deal with anyone and in complete isolation... πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜” That's when I know my depression is in full effect. Dealing with the weight of the world and the weight of my family problems is so overwhelming. & I'm so tired... Emotionally & Mentally tired.

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I hear you @Mzharris09 . I had a rough patch recently myself. Nothing in partiular "sets if off", it just comes which is to me the most frustrating part. Do you have soneone who can support yo through the rough patches? a partner, family member, best friend? I know that in the times i am really going through it, that's when i am glad to have a support system in place to help steer me back on my path

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i agree with what lupus38 said, fid your support network and reach out for help. emotional and mental exhaustion has to be the worst because there is no way to really "rest" from it like you can with physical exhaustion... the only way i have seen some relief is by calling in my family and letting them know i am not doing well - i delegate and it helps ease some of my stress. i wasn't always able to open up and ask for help but with time and though therapy, i've learned that it is okay to ask for help when you need it. 

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@lupus38 no I dont . It's kind of hard talking to people when they dont understand that feeling or think its just a phase it will go away when I know myself it will come back. 

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@mvn481 I'm thinking therapy. My close family is not the type to listen to things like that... I just deal with it in my own way. 

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