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Depressed, Crying all the time, Anger

For the past year I have been in a deep depression with crying most all of the time. I feel like I cannot handle anything.
Sometimes, my depression switches over to anger.
I don't even know who I am anymore. But I will tell you, this is causing a serious and severe strain upon my marriage. My husband has thrown his hands up in the air. He doesn't know what to do to help me anymore.

I went to a psychiatrist who proceeded to use me as a guinea pig for every medicine she could think of. Lexapro, Paxil, Effexor, Wellbutrin, Zoloft, and more. All of these medications made me worse in one way or the other, never truly helping my depression and crying.
They either made me nauseated, dizzy, shakey, more depressed, suicidal, gastro intestinal problems, more crying, more angry, or it would be nothing at all. No feelings, coupled with sleeping all day.

I can't live like that. Nor can I tolerate these medications. I am sensitive to even taking a tylenol.

I'm not looking for a magic cure that will work overnight, but I am desperately hopeful that there could be something that helps me with this depression, crying, and anger.

I will be researching, and if anyone has any advice for me, I would greatly appreciate it. I feel so very alone in this. And I am very worried about my future, and the future of my marriage and children.

Thank you.
  Arwen on 2006-07-05
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what occur prior to this (1 year back)?please explain
John Stanton last decade
I began peri menopause. The doctor's answers for this is anti depressants or birth control pills.

Thank you.
Arwen last decade

what other symptoms are you experiencing?
John Stanton last decade
I'm 38 years old
250lbs 5'7


Anger at little things
Anger at husband or children
crying at the smallest of things
uncontrolled sobbing
too tired to do anything
brain fog
muscle fatigue
wanting to escape, or run away
Arwen last decade
hi patient

it is good that u ahve provided lot mental symptoms

but actually wealso need physical symptoms too

i have studied ur case
and i need ur physical symptoms too

u can email em or visit my website

i will try my best to help u
Hasnaat last decade
I read your symptoms about and i have to say that I am experiencing the same things. It have been going on for over a month but recently just got worse. i dont feel like myself at all. one minute i angry and the next i am crying/sobbing. i can't pin point exactly what is wrong.
LilLamb last decade
Hi Arwen and Lillamb,
How are you both now?
Are you getting help or do you need some? If so I will do my best.
stephanieG last decade
I've been searching for information about the feelings I've been having, and I was fornuate enough to to find your post. I thought I was the only person who feels the way I do. I felt like I was reading my own post. I have the same problems. I have all the same ones as you do. I'm at the point that I feel maybe I should just leave my life behind, and let everyone be happy. I've been with the same man for over 30 years, and he also has throwed his hands up too. He doesn't understand that I can't talk about why I'm crying, because I don't know myself. I love him with all my heart, but I also love him enough to let him go so he can find someone who will make him happy, because at this point I don't. I've put him through hell, and he's at the end of his rope too. I really don't know what to do. So, you're not alone. I'm having my harmones checked this week, so thats a start to try and find out whats going on within me. Please let me know any suggestions. At this point, I've been told I'm crazy, stupid. ignorant, I just want pity, and the list goes on and on. So, I do understand how you feel. Please write back, maybe there's hope for me. But at this point, I'll try anything. I hope today will be a better day for the both of us.
chart55 9 years ago

You said...

He doesn't understand that I can't talk about why I'm crying, because I don't know myself. I love him with all my heart, but I also love him enough to let him go so he can find someone who will make him happy, because at this point I don't. I've put him through hell, and he's at the end of his rope too.

Arwen said..

Anger at little things
Anger at husband or children

So your problems are not same.

You may take Pulsatilla 200c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours for only one day (not daily) and report back after 15 days.

One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 4 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 3-4 drops in some 20 ml water. Sip up slowly.

Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.
kadwa 9 years ago
You know Arwen, It's strange how your emotions and feelings change at the drop of a hat. I had a really good weekend. My mate and myself took time for us, and we had a very pleasant time. No crying, felt good. As far as angry at anyone, yea, I have a sore spot for my mate and kids. But, who doesn't? I've decided to make myself happy. I've tried for too long to make sure everyone else was happy, and now I'm going to concentrate on myself. They will just have to deal with my decisions. I do know I'm not going any where. I have a good life over all. Not wealthy, have bills, money problems, but I have choices I can make to better my inner problems. I really think taking Pulsatilla is not the answer for me. Thanks for your time. Have a good day
chart55 9 years ago

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