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# 121 : Wednesday 6-6-2012 @ 14:23
 
 
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Would Cognitive Behaviourial Therapy help with that? I think it sounds interesting.

CBT is good for changing behaviours & changing the way you think about certain things. This is done by challenging the way react to things your patterns etc and is very goal orientated and solution focused. Depending on what it is you want to change there are many different types of therapy. Person centred for example is all about the client with the therapist there as support as therapy takes place and the client explores what is going on for them. Gestalt is definitely one of the more powerful forms of therapy and is very effective as well.
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# 122 : Wednesday 6-6-2012 @ 14:37
 
 
I just looked it up, €55 quid a session near me. Think I will stay mental.
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# 123 : Wednesday 6-6-2012 @ 14:47
 
 
Someone said :
I just looked it up, €55 quid a session near me. Think I will stay mental.

It can be expensive but it's short form of therapy usually between 8-12 weeks.
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# 124 : Wednesday 6-6-2012 @ 15:38
 
 
its good some people can talk openly about being depressed thats the 1st step to makeing it more easy to cope with.
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# 125 : Wednesday 6-6-2012 @ 15:48
 
 
Someone said :
I just looked it up, €55 quid a session near me. Think I will stay mental.

You do make me laugh frequently
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# 126 : Tuesday 12-6-2012 @ 03:22
 
 
Oh dear.
Nasty bout of depression decided to sweep over me tonight. It's not really been an issue for quite a long spell, and I'm not usually a 'sufferer of depression', more I tend to get slightly bipolar when I'm busier then I want to be and I've been literally choc-a-bloc these past few weeks.
I'm sure the sufferers can relate: One moment your grand and the next, gray and pathetic and miserable.

just venting really.
I suspect it's that I haven't had a good cycle in a while or any other exercise, combined with the aforementioned busy spell.

I'm going to have a nice mug of something and piss off to bed where I belong.
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# 127 : Tuesday 12-6-2012 @ 09:41
 
 
Someone said :
Oh dear.
Nasty bout of depression decided to sweep over me tonight. It's not really been an issue for quite a long spell, and I'm not usually a 'sufferer of depression', more I tend to get slightly bipolar when I'm busier then I want to be and I've been literally choc-a-bloc these past few weeks.
I'm sure the sufferers can relate: One moment your grand and the next, gray and pathetic and miserable.

just venting really.
I suspect it's that I haven't had a good cycle in a while or any other exercise, combined with the aforementioned busy spell.

I'm going to have a nice mug of something and piss off to bed where I belong.

Maybe you're over-doing it?
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# 128 : Wednesday 13-6-2012 @ 10:25
 
 
I have been thinking of going for CBT. I know there are things that i need to deal with now, things that are getting a little out of hand. Has anyone been through CBT before?
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# 129 : Wednesday 13-6-2012 @ 10:41
 
 
I am thinking of it too but not sure I can really afford the €200 plus a month on top of everything else.
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# 130 : Wednesday 13-6-2012 @ 10:44
 
 
I can't really afford it either but it's getting to the point where I can't afford not to. I couldn't say Im depressed, but I certainly have been finding it increasingly difficult to get out of some seriously negative thought patterns/ ways of coping.
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# 131 : Wednesday 13-6-2012 @ 11:27
 
 
Yea that's the thing, I should probably sacrifice something for it as it could be very beneficial in the long run.
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# 132 : Wednesday 13-6-2012 @ 11:32
 
 
Someone said :
I have been thinking of going for CBT. I know there are things that i need to deal with now, things that are getting a little out of hand. Has anyone been through CBT before?

Yes and I liked it. Made sense for me. It really forces you to ask why you react the way you do to things, and helps you to move out of your comfort zone in confronting them!

Like everything in this it works for some and not others. Take care
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# 133 : Wednesday 13-6-2012 @ 11:34
 
 
Im literally down to pounds and pennies even before the working week starts, but I know Ive reached the point where I just can't do it on my own anymore. Im a very independent person and for some reason I think CBT would work well for me. That's just based on what ive researched about it though!
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# 134 : Wednesday 13-6-2012 @ 11:39
 
 
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Yes and I liked it. Made sense for me. It really forces you to ask why you react the way you do to things, and helps you to move out of your comfort zone in confronting them!

Like everything in this it works for some and not others. Take care

Thanks Streety I feel like this would be a good, proactive step for me. I definitely know some of my thoughts and actions are not healthy but ive continued to do them, because they have worked previously. They don't seem to work anymore, if anything they have become counter-productive. It's been getting me down, but Id rather do something about it now than let it get in on me any further
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# 135 : Wednesday 13-6-2012 @ 11:46
 
 
I went into my Gp just an hour ago, asking could I be admitted. He advised me it be best to wait till my appointment next Tuesday with the consultant and ask them to admit me!
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