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# 226 : Sunday 27-11-2016 @ 23:42
 
 
Right ya are Frodo.

Unbelievable......
I wouldn't even click on that link. I'd be more concerned that you actually believe this rather than trying to be awkward.
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# 227 : Monday 28-11-2016 @ 05:23
 
 
Whatever.
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# 228 : Monday 28-11-2016 @ 10:09
 
 
Someone said :
Sugar high is a myth http://www.webmd.com/parenting/features/busting-sugar-hyperactivi etc ...

There's absolutely no proof additives cause depression or affect mood in anyway.

Alcohol, look at the ingredients in that and additives to produce the liquid.
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# 229 : Monday 28-11-2016 @ 20:57
 
 
It's probably more accurate to say depression leads to addiction, rather then vice versa.
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# 230 : Monday 22-10-2018 @ 22:25
 
 
Any tips, on how to drag yourself out of the state and stay motivated? Find myself sinking and fast.
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# 231 : Tuesday 23-10-2018 @ 00:14
 
 
That you recognise its happening is a good sign I think. Avoid alcohol and other depressants. Best to chat with your doctor and explore options. Take care of yourself.
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# 232 : Tuesday 23-10-2018 @ 06:58
 
 
Someone said :
Any tips, on how to drag yourself out of the state and stay motivated? Find myself sinking and fast.

I've had several people who suffer from depression come volunteer at my charity shop and they say the few hours a week of craic and positivity really helps them.
I'm a total novice when it comes to depression though? So it's only based on what people have told me.
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# 233 : Tuesday 23-10-2018 @ 13:00
 
 
Someone said :
Any tips, on how to drag yourself out of the state and stay motivated? Find myself sinking and fast.

It sounds like a cliché but honestly, exercise.
Even token amounts.
A brisk walk,
Jumping jacks in your flat,
Join an old ladies Yoga group.

It does help with mood. Running is amazing.
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# 234 : Tuesday 23-10-2018 @ 15:46
 
 
Someone said :
Any tips, on how to drag yourself out of the state and stay motivated? Find myself sinking and fast.

Without a doubt, exercise. A good brisk walk before bed-time can be great.
Best of luck to you.
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# 235 : Tuesday 23-10-2018 @ 18:52
 
 
I think exercise is great, makes me feel a lot better
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# 236 : Tuesday 23-10-2018 @ 19:19
 
 
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# 237 : Tuesday 23-10-2018 @ 22:22
 
 
Exercising, busy and already on very high meds for Bipolar. They can't go any higher, or I won't be able to drive or work and function for every day tasks.
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# 238 : Thursday 25-10-2018 @ 08:05
 
 
So some doc has made you chemically dependent on expensive meds that make everybody richer but you.
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# 239 : Thursday 25-10-2018 @ 08:47
 
 
Medicine is needed for some people Jesus, and there’s nothing wrong with that. For this aspect of what you’re going through, you and your doctor know more than some heads on a message board.
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# 240 : Thursday 25-10-2018 @ 12:05
 
 
Some people must not understand how essential it is for those who are bi-polar to take medicine. Its like telling a diabetic that they should go natural and that big-pharma are just milking them. Thats the sort of shit you would expect from anti-vaxers.
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