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You all helped me outsmart myself.
Jeune1 posted:
Without going into detail, there's a thing I've been wanting to do. It is not illegal or anything like that. It still would not be a smart/necessary/good thing to do, but it seemed like a very good idea.

So I've been wandering around feeling even more frustrated than normal. Fortunately I've also been reading here a lot. This morning my brain put it all together and sent me a message: "The depression is making you want to do this!"

And I thought "By golly, that's IT!" And now the urge is gone.

So thanks!
Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
Love this! Wonderful! Please remember to get help should feel urges like this. I'm so glad you found support here, but reach for help offline too.
Thank you so much for sharing! Awesome!

When the world says, Give up,
Hope whispers, Try it one more time.
~Author Unknown
chez1 responded:
fantastic Jeune, well done you. I will try and pocket a bit of your wisdom.
Keep your self strong
Chez x
People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily....... Zig Ziglar
Jeune1 replied to Chris_WebMD_Staff's response:
Thanks. I should have been clear that this wasn't anything to do with harming myself or someone else. But I probably wouldn't have brought it up when I (FINALLY) have my therapy appointment. Which I need to confirm. Yikes!
Thomas L Schwartz, MD responded:
Depression makes the brain filter out a lot of good info and tends to shade everything to the negative. A first step in cognitive therapy is to be aware your mind/brain are doing this to you. Pick up on it and start challenging the automatic negative thoughts.. Good job!

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