• Yes. Keep fighting. No matter what others say.Some day, some how, you will get through it. If one psychiatrist is mean, then find a better one. If one therapist is mean/not helping, then find something that works for you. You can do it. Keep living, you wont regret it in the long run.
    • MASF123
      I can't do it. I feel horrible everyday. I give up. :/
    • infinteweirdo
      Yes you can. Its really, really hard, but you can. Start small and work your way up from there. Maybe seeking an alternitive kind of treatment would be helpful for you, or talking to other people with the same problem. No matter what: Dont give up, dont let your depression win, keep fighting. If you ever need someone to talk to, i'm here.
  • Doctors may use medication or talk therapy or both to treat depression. However, those who suffer also need the emphatic support of patient, caring family and friends. As a Christian I find that the Bible is a help. Some scriptures that might be of help are: Isaiah 41 v 13, !, Jehovah your God am grasping your right hand, the one saying to you "do not be afraid, I will help you". This shows that God understands our feelings better than anyone else, and he wants to help. Life is worth living. Although God may not take away all your problems immediately, his Word the Bible, assures you that he can give you inner peace to help you cope., "Do not be anxious over anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication long with thanksgiving, let your petitions be made known to God; and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your thoughts. - Phillipians 4, v 6 & 7. Jesus Christ died for us, to give us the hope of a better life, a life without anxiety, pain and suffering. If you are interested in knowing more look at the JW. Org website.
  • It is for all those who have fought for it! My daughter-in-love Gen woke up one day paralysed from the waist down with her bf dead in the next room. She couldn't reach her phone and screamed at the top of her lungs for three days for help to no avail. She knew if she didn't do something she would die. She fought to live and had to learn to walk all over again! Many veterans have no legs at all and still believe it was worth living. One very successful motivational speaker was born without arms or legs. He worked darn hard to make his life worth living. So I guess it is for those who want it badly enough. What makes your life so awful its not worth living? Chances are there is something YOU CAN DO to change it if you're willing to put in the effort. Or take the meds. Or you can lay down and die. But that's a very selfish thing to do and you most likely have not educated yourself on what you will be putting those who love you through. Psychiatrists say its equivalent to a conventration camp experience. So just imagine everyone you love, personally rounding them up and putting them in a concentration camp and locking the door yourself when you make the choice to take your life. Or you can take the meds and feel better and have a life worth living.
  • The only right answer is to give your life to Christ. After all he bought you anyway..
  • its supposed to be
  • I always thought that life is something you feel. There are plenty of children who feel that living worth it, and I do think that those children are going to make society better. But I don't think like these children, so I decided that if I cannot see worth in living, I can go to medical school and help children who see worth in it. I need to talk about psychiatrists: they are not made to be jerks, and just to give the patient medicaments. They need to listen to the patient's story of life and support the patient. But there are plenty of students that go to medical school because of the money, these kids become insensitive doctors. And a good parcel of psychologists not only disdain of the psychiatrists helps in the treatments but live in a box of whatever they have learned in the college. My advice to you is that you should try again, and again until you find the professionals that better adapt to you, okay love? And you NEED to find people who are lovely, and supportive to you, and can make you feel like you can talk every time you want about your struggles.

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