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Psychiatry is a lie... Big Pharma is Evil.... DSM-IV is a joke... Why do my emotions go up and down?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 25739082:MV8yMTgwNjA2XzM2ODg1NDczXzgyOUE2RDYw] It happens. I work in the mental health field and still have emotional ups and downs. I use coping techniques to help me through, breathing exercises and trying to focus on the positive things that has happened during the day. In session with clients, I try to avoid big pharma and teach useful techniques. Having someone in your life that you to can talk with completely open and honest with helps. Let others know when you are feeling down and try to surround yourself with things that can help alleviate negative tension. Not sure if it will help you in your situation, but just know you are not alone. [/quote]
I'm up and down... not all the time, maybe a man period?
Do men have a man period?
I'm so happy for this new job.... practicing the "law of attraction" and secret in my life.... praying a lot.... happy for all the success...
and sometimes, I get blah.
I work out, work out, my job is heavy out-door (cleaning pools) so I'm in shape, tan...
and sometimes I just get in these moods..... where I'm "pitty party"
All humans experience this, right?
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