How the heck do you keep it together?
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Get new friends and a new boyfriend if he is stressing you that much lol
I personally go to my family when needed, but mostly I talk with my friends but I have stopped talking about relationships with all of them. So i just go to them for other stuff I wanna talk to and learned to talk relationships stuff only with my partner but honestly in my last there was mostly no stress or drama at all0
If you don't have friends you can trust, there are still several options available to you when struggling with mental health or relationship issues:
1. Seek professional help: Consider reaching out to a licensed therapist or counselor who can provide you with support and guidance. Therapy can help you work through difficult emotions and develop healthier coping strategies.
2. Join a support group: There are many support groups available for people struggling with mental health or relationship issues. These groups can provide a safe and supportive environment where you can connect with others who are going through similar experiences.
3. Talk to a trusted family member: If you have a family member who you trust, consider reaching out to them for support. They may be able to provide you with emotional support or help you find resources to get the help you need.
4. Utilize online resources: There are many online resources available for mental health and relationship support. These resources can include self-help articles, forums, and chat groups.
It's important to remember that seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness. It's okay to not have everything figured out on your own, and there are people and resources available to help you through difficult times. Remember to take care of yourself, practice self-care, and be patient and compassionate with yourself as you navigate challenging situations.0
I talk to my therapist and highly recommend that everyone should have one. Even if you don't have any medically diagnosed mental health issues, everyone has life issues.
In my opinion, having a doctor for your mental health is just as important as having a doctor for your physical health. Both are required to live a happy, healthy, and fulfilling life.0
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Depending on the problem sometimes I need the solution from somebody who I think is wise and other times I just need somebody to sort everything out for me and to feel calm I either listen to music watch videos talk to a family member or speak to God11
I rest in myself.
''Mental health'' issues are a (unreal) concept of the newthink generation that had not been taught to face and to solve everyday's challenges, but to blame ''disorders'' or ''toxic'' ( :D ) traits for own inability to live a life.
As a suggestion: figure out the basic ''problem'' and work -together if possible- to improve the situation.
My partner (girlfriend) is not my enemy... we work as one unit. Or we won't work at all.0
I don't have any friends I trust, or a relationship.
If I'm unhappy at any given moment, I'm on my own to deal with that.
If I had a relationship, she would be the friend I trust, and I'd not be unhappy, nor would we fight, because I'm too picky to date someone who I don't get along with.0
I don't need any of this. My life is going great. It has always been great. Never had any issues in my life.
Hence I don't need to go to anyone to ask for anything.0
I dont even have a boyfriend to fight with 🤣
I just do things i enjoy0
I dont talk to anyone. I just suck it up and deal.0
I have found that I am my own best friend in situations like this. I think carefully about the the problem and usually figure it out. I can also see where it would be helpful to get other opinions.0
Well, you could:
1) Speak to your relatives that you're close to
2) Hire a professional0
I see a psychiatrist and get on prescribed pills to deal with my mental problems.0
I prefer to be alone because I don't have no one but I can be there for you you can share anything with me.0
Me, myself, and I. It can be rough sometimes.10
As someone with no friends I can truly trust, I just have my mother I guess.0
That's when you rely on family.0
If you can't trust them then you have no friends10
You go on websites like this to vent0
I come here 0
Men have to suck it up and carry on.0
I pour myself a whisky, that solves most ills0
My journal does a world of good10
A therapist, they'll talk about anything with you and they'll help you come to a solution if you are looking for one. Also, if you choose someone older than you, they'll have years of experience when it comes to dating. They'll know what a healthy relationship looks like.
Plus, having that book knowledge from proven case studies to use to back themselves up on what is the right move to take in solving your dilemma. I always found a therapist has that amazing insight in things that I never knew was possible.
It's always just nice to talk to someone too and it doesn't always have to be about your relationship if you want to talk about your past and how you were raised.
I'd like to add, writing in a journal is super beneficial too on the side while you are also confiding in someone. Writing down every single thing you are feeling let's out the emotions that are eating you up inside and when you let your hand rest you feel so good. Write very horrible word that is in your head, even the people you are angry with. It does wonders.
Also try to do things you enjoy and that relaxes and takes care of you. Like reading a book you enjoy in a nice hot bubble bath. Watch a TV show/movie you really enjoy. Go for a walk in the park. Anything where you are truly at peace and you feel good.
Praying helps me a lot. When I feel unsure about things or I just want to rant about something, I always like to pray. When you let yourself listen you can feel the answer, the thing you should do.
Lastly, let yourself cry. Crying is healthy and it lessens cortisol levels, releases serotonin, and dopamine (stress and feel good hormones). It's ok if you find yourself crying more often and for longer, you have a reason to cry then let it happen. It's normal and we shouldn't force away what makes us human. I hope I helped you. Good luck and I hope you
I hope you feel better*