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Feeling fed-up, down or sad?

It is normal to feel down occasionally, but when does this become a problem?

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    nik g — 07.05.2017 22:22
    i always feel lonely even with people around me

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      Marianna — 12.05.2017 12:03
      Sorry to hear that you are having a difficult time. I would consider letting your GP know in case there is something underlying. Try to share any concern with loved ones or a close family friend as well.

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    Louise Doran — 17.04.2017 16:57
    I cant help feeling so fed up, we came back from the lakes last Wednesday, after a few lovely days. Since then have been so down and fed up cause all my husband has wanted to do is sit in the house, we both took a week off and too be honest i cant wait to go back to work tomorrow

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      Marianna — 18.04.2017 11:16
      Hi Louise I'm sorry to hear that you have come back down to earth with a bump after your holiday. It is not uncommon for the day to day routine to seem a bit empty after a lovely time away. Sometimes we can need different things from a break as well. If working life is very busy, one person may need a rest while the other wants to make the most of getting out and about and seeing different sites. In my experience, the key is to discuss needs with our nearest and dearest, and either find ways to compromise where we have differences or be willing to meet our own needs by choosing to go out with a friend if our partner wants to stay at home and rest.

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    barbara — 03.04.2017 19:44
    ive been on antidepressent for a long time being on them has convinced me im depressed i dont think i am beeing on them is makeing me depressed wish id never ever took a tablet

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