Anonymous asked in HealthMental Health · 3 weeks ago

My dad doesn't think I can do anything anymore?

Ever since I've been diagnosed with schitzoaffective disorder my dad thinks I can't do anything even art and this depresses me. I'm so afraid he won't love me anymore...if I keep trying different things. I just like trying to fill my time with things, but he always seems disappointed. I flunked out of college...quit soccer. I've moved on with that part of my life but he still seems disappointed in me. What should I do 

3 Answers

  • 3 weeks ago

     you're awake codependent loser and your dad is a narcissist life never figure it out

  • 3 weeks ago

    If you were not schizoaffective, and decided you didn't want to go to college and wanted to live a simple life and do art, ur dad would still be disappointed in you.  It doesn't matter what your dad thinks, it matters what you think. Do the things that you can do, that are important to you, and that help you improve yourself a little-by-little. My guess is that in time your dad will learn to appreciate you for who you are, but you have to do that first. 

  • 3 weeks ago

    Prove him wrong. What you need for your condition is medication, therapy, and stress management. Also, you need to apply yourself. If you can't get a job right now, do volunteer work. Sources - volunteer match, craigslist, yahoo local, google, local papers, volunteer tips lists.

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