Mental health

Falling.

I had heard about this before, but I never imagined I could ever feel so low. I have been laying in my bed staring at the wall all day, except when I went to the doctor, cause the stress gave me a gastritis. A burden is compressing my chest and making it hard to breathe. The air feels dense and heavy. I don’t even have the energy to feel anxioux, I’m destroyed. I’m falling at the speed of light, but I never seem to touch the ground. I wish somebody would catch me, but everybody seems to be too busy. I would cry for help, but my voice doesn’t seem to come out. I feel like I’m slowly disappearing, fading away.

I scheduled an extra appointment with my psychologist for tomorrow.

The strength of the hurricane? I don’t remember.

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13 thoughts on “Falling.

  1. You have to let me know why this is. Smile – the world is smiling at you. Let go of your pain & burden. Write down what is causing it – trust yourself to sort it out. I hear you. You don’t have to say much more than what you’ve written. Be happy – for yourself! For me 🙂

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  2. I will keep you in my prayers. I do hope that you find your outlet and that you feel that someone is there with open arms to do the catching, just remember you have us all here 🙂

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