Just woke up and this was the first thing that came to my mind.
I just miss the days when I’d wake up, get right out of bed, shower, then do whatever it was I wanted to do that day.
by sally at 2018-11-19T16:59:04
Couldn't say it better I use to have a some what honorable life, use to be a fire fighter talking about jumping out the bed in the middle of the night. Now I can't even seem to wake up till late noon. It's a damn shame life doesn't have re start buttons. Youd think though as much as people have said that and understood you cannot re do **** in life that they would be merciful knowing if you could do it all over again you would.
by jake at 2018-11-19T17:18:39
I turn most of my assignments in late because I am always unmotivated. My professors don’t understand anything about depression or wtf I go through, so they don’t cut me a break. My medication helps me a ton, without it I hate everything and everything pisses me off because everything is ****ing stupid and pointless as ****. My dad has Alzheimer’s disease and I can’t find the motivation to help my mom out more than one or two days a week. My only friends are my 6 and 8 year old and half the time they hate me because I don’t always give them what they want. I think I have a social problem anyway, I find small talk boring and a waste of time.
by chris at 2018-11-19T17:18:27
Me, too. :( Insomnia's a ****, so I didn't get out of bed until after 3pm today. I'm super depressed on top of sad for specific reasons. I hate this. I don't feel motivated to do anything at all. I used to be the person, who got stuff done. Ugh. I can't even do the things I enjoy anymore. I'm really sorry to see so many others going through similar stuff. Y'all are tough as nails for carrying on, don't forget that.
by jessica at 2018-11-19T17:18:04
Something that helped me stop doing that is picking a subject to study and spending the first 20 min after I wake up reading and taking notes with some chill music in the background. It wakes up my brain and eases me into a productive mindset for the day. Plus it gets my studying out of the way so I can enjoy the rest of the day without feeling like a loser. Before I started doing this I used to hang around in bed almost until I was light-headed with hunger.
by jordan at 2018-11-19T17:11:18
I generally don't feel depressed in the morning, maybe for a while right after waking up, but things often end of going to **** in the afternoon and evening.
by marcus at 2018-11-19T17:11:06
Heard that, I’m 32 and stay in bed wayyy to late on weekends.
by lilly at 2018-11-19T17:10:54
Yeah man. I can relate. Nowadays it takes me at least 2 or 3 hours to convince myself that "today is worth it." It's rough. I hate it. I wish I could just stay in bed everyday but I know I can't. Some days I do anyway, if I'm being honest.
by john at 2018-11-19T17:10:39