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12/16both mentally and physically. I'm working out at home and doing things to give myself amore positive attitude.permalinkembedsavereportreply[–]duhuhuhuh[score hidden] 28 minutes ago Pretty good actually. I somewhat miss being around my friends (I’m in school) but I’msurprised at how much I like being alone and how comfortable I feel knowing I won’t haveto interact often with others throughout the daypermalinkembedsavereportreply[–]brokenpotat[score hidden] 28 minutes ago I'm gonna shut down the youtube and reddit from tomorrow and take my mind out of thiscovid 19 shit.permalinkembedsavereportreply[–]scorpioinwonderland[score hidden] 27 minutes ago It isn't good. I have bad depression and social anxiety. I get panic attacks where I can onlylay down and breathe for a few moments before getting up. I have borderline and think Ineed more help. My psychiatrist got on quarantine just as I had my new appointment. I'mlosing my training to be a nurse because of my absence.permalinkembedsavereportreply[–]poptarts4me[score hidden] 25 minutes ago Honestly, I crave the sweet release of deathpermalinkembedsavereportreply[–]West_Potential[score hidden] 25 minutes ago I'm normally not an anxious person or one to get down. I've been blessed to have a state ofmind that keeps me from getting too far down (and I can't emphasize how lucky I think Iam because my brother isn't as fortunate).With that said lately it kind of sucks. I have a contract position which ends in June so nowI"m applying for full time roles which seems to be the worst possible timings. The positionswhere I do go far in ("onsites" which are now completely virtual), I've gotten oh-so-closebut it just so happens right when I apply for the job, I'm going up against someone withway more experience. Seriously, the last two interviews were for positions that were openfor over a year because they couldn't find anyone, and both times they told me how great ofa candidate I was and how the only thing holding me back was the person I came upagainst happened to apply at the same time as me. It's just frustrating.Anyway, I'm just ranting right now as a way of therapy or something. I know somethingshould eventually hit but I've never felt this sort of frustration or anxiety before and I thinkit may have to do with my contract position just not giving me work. I 100% realize I'minsanley lucky. I still have a job. I still get a paycheck. Hell, I'm sure something will hit andthis will all be behind me. With that said, this is the first time in my life I've felt like this andI credit it to the uncertainty of the future, the lack of a purpose right now (literally sitting athome with no work to do and just applying aimlessly), and significant reduction of humancontact. I can easily see how isolation can make people insane now.