Basically I've went through years of undiagnosed depression and started getting treatment. I get grumpy when I'm tired and I annoyingly get tired very easily. I feel like I've come out of a war and constantly feel like just resting.
Whenever I do a chore when tired, I get in a really bad mood and instinctively start complaining and then feel bad about it because there's so much stigma towards what I'm going through.
I think I might have had ADHD or maybe ADD as a kid and didn't diagnose that either so it seemed I was just a thrill seeking, anxious, restless, stress prone, lazy and easily bored and distracted person for no reason.
What was the blame that was thought back then? My lack of activity and skepticism towards anything that seemed strange to me. It was usually seen as something I was doing wrong and something I should change, I couldn't. So it felt like weakness, this guilt built up into depression. This then made me feel worthless and talentless, so it made me skeptical in the hopes of avoiding looking silly.
Seems to be ADD though, I don't talk out of control or respond to impulses (although I do feel them), I actually struggle to speak much at all.
There are also times where I burn out so much that even simply thinking a little bit causes physical pain (obviously a headache.)2 AnswersMental Health3 days ago
In boxing/MMA, where did the term "father time" come from? Why do they call ageing/going past prime that?
Just wondering.2 AnswersBoxing2 weeks ago
2 months old, been around for a few weeks now.
Female Domestic Shorthair Tabby.She hasn't got any medical issues (apart from farting out a sulfur/rotten egg/rotten fish smell every time she plays which I'm unsure about.)She poops and pees in her tray regularly but still pees outside of it (I caught her doing it, she was in her peeing position and not spraying.)She doesn't seem stressed, she still plays, relaxes and sleeps normally, she's eating and drinking water fine too. Her actual behaviour has not changed.What could be the reason behind her peeing?5 AnswersCats3 weeks ago
So I have a 2 month old kitten and a 4 month old kitten. The older one is obviously the resident cat.
They met and appear to be getting along. However, big kitty seems to keep play fighting (claw free swiping, without hissing.) Young kitty doesn't mind, however big kitty gets rougher and rougher to the point where young kitty gets a bit scared so we end up separating them.
What else should I do?6 AnswersCats1 month ago
My current kitten is 4 months old, friendly with strangers and very affectionate and playful. She's also a bold and curious kitten, usually takes risks a lot.
My new kitten coming soon is around 2 months old, grew up living with many other cats (my current kitten grew up with several other kittens) and is said to also be friendly and playful.
So how do I introduce them?2 AnswersCats2 months ago
What is it used for? Why was it built?3 AnswersHistory2 months ago
This is usually stuff that are particularly loud, not everyday noises, not all loud stuff though.
Examples: A drill, baby crying (this one is the worst), super loud and basey music, tyre noise in a car, someone shouting at me (I hate this one) etc.
Usually when I hear these, my mind starts going all weird, I usually get anxiety attacks.
What could this be?1 AnswerMental Health2 months ago
At 1:30 I'm a bit confused, what is that move? Can someone explain?Movies2 months ago
Basically I have depression and anxiety. However, him and my other friends also had it too but thing is, unlike them I used to complain a lot, this reduced but my friend now uses this against me in our argument.
His main argument is pretty much "You have the least symptoms, our lives were tougher and yet you complain the most so you should just mature up and change."
Does he have a point or is he incorrect?2 AnswersFriends3 months ago
Based on my experience, I'm wondering if I've got a decent chin.
I have sparred numerous times and have taken big shots to the head (albeit with headgear.) The guy I sparred with was known for his punching power.
I have also taken accidental bare knuckle shots to the chin while sparring without feeling dazed, albeit not too hard but I never saw them coming.
I also have had headbutt accidents to my chin without feeling dazed (a pretty silly story, not gonna bother explaining.)
I have also taken a punch when I had another fight in college, I was not at all stunned by the punch surprisingly, but me being an idiot didn't see it coming.
So what do you lot think?Boxing3 months ago
Essentially on my car insurance, what I was thinking was putting my mum as the owner of the car but me as the main driver.
Would that work or does it count as illegal?5 AnswersLaw & Ethics3 months ago
To those who have learned English as a 2nd+ language and have learned others, how difficult would you say it is compared to others?6 AnswersLanguages3 months ago