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Thread: My girlfriend is making my depression worse

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi View Post
    Hi and welcome. I've removed your links as we don't permit links from new members - as I'm sure you can imagine, we get a lot of people join and then post one link to spam people with and then never return. So we ask that you are an active member for a while first. After all, everyone hates spammers don't they?
    Hi Suzi, I am not promoting any type of website. I was just telling my experience to the person who were asking question. Howere, I will follow the rules.

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  3. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by TheGrump View Post
    Iím really struggling to the point of breaking up with my girlfriend over my depression.

    Naturally Iím a loner and I need downtime even after fairly standard social interactions. Work drains me badly during the week and spending time with people during the evenings and weekends can literally badly upset my balance for weeks afterwards.

    Now I enjoy spending time with my girlfriend but she doesnít either understand or care that socially actually makes me suffer. I am quite happy to spend the day with her but then she tries to organise things for the next day and get irrated because I donít want to see her but I need that downtime to recover. She constantly pushes and pushes at me with no respite, I have got to the stage I cannot open her text messages anyway because my anxiety goes into overdrive.

    I donít know what to do anymore, mild hints go unnoticed, being clear in what I need just makes her become pushy to the point I get into a bad mood and lock up, the only thing that seems to work is ignoring her or being nasty but I donít want to upset her.
    Your not handling the situation in a way that is positive and good. You can talk to her about the situation and get her response and then work with what she does and says. You should not upset her and cause a strain on the relationship on your part. You are not a loner you have a girlfriend. You have opportunities to help change the situation. You could work to people at your workplace, you can socialise with different guys. Dont you have a family. Communicate with your girlfriend and be open and honest with her.

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