Don't give up yet! You'll learn from what went wrong and find the right person eventually.
There's nothing for me to learn from this apart from to stop trying. I didn't do anything wrong and caused a horrible situation just by talking to someone I like, I can't get a single break with this ***
Lol, that's really drunk 😁 I feel ya.
Are you enjoying it? If you are, stay.. if not, try to get a shower
(This is off topic a little, but I love that you write music, bc I write music too and was excited to find a composer buddy on MoodPanda. Just letting you know how cool you are <3 I'm sorry you're feeling stagnant, you'll get past it)
But was it worth it. Were the activities that good that they they justify the exhaustion the next day? If not try not to do it. If they do, please do them and take the day of the next day. Because sometimes you just should have fun!
Maybe try talking about it with someone you trust. 0 is not a great score and is worrying. Do you have someone you can talk to?
I have a good few people I can talk to. But nothing ever really seems to come of it. It's just talking, which only alleviates so much. I've been talking to people about my mental health for years and haven't seen any progress to getting better.
Today was good and productive, even though for a time I felt worryingly unsettled.
Yesterday was also productive, if not exhausting.
I can relate. It seems completely unlogical. But you had a good day! Remember that and care for yourself today
And still just a 1? :)
If I had posted whilst playing, it'd be at least a five. This was posted about ten minutes after I'd finished playing.
Maybe it would be good for you to post these time when you're feeling good (for example playing the piano), too, and not just how you feel right in this moment when you're posting (most often bad) to see that you have good/neutral moments too.
What's the difference?
Was blissfully unaware of my mental health issues. For some reason it allowed me to power through everything that came my way.
Knowledge of my diagnosis has made me worse in the long-term
The diagnosis (whatever it is) doesn't mean you're bad. It should only help you to find some means to avoid some states and to make your life a bit better.
It can feel that way at times but all things change so they might change for the better.
Well sleeping forever might not be an option, but why don't you have a nap? Might really help your mood, especially when you don't feel guilty about it
I have insomnia and hypersomnia and an overall phobia of not being able to sleep. If I go for a nap, it will take me at least two hours, and at most four hours to fall asleep. I can't really nap
That must be very frustrating. Are you getting help with it?
Oh look, I was right. The client didn't pay like they promised. Wow. What a surprise.
Is there nothing you can do about this? File a report or something?
I'm giving them one more week. If it ticks over a month I'll be more disappointed