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Why am I feeling like this?

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DanyellasDonkey Wed 17-Feb-16 22:34:25

New to this board and looking for some advice please. I find that I'm feeling increasingly down all the time. I really have no good reason to feel like this - good job, own house etc etc

OH has been out of work for a while and, despite applying for loads of jobs, has had no luck. We keep getting comments like "Oh hasn't he found a job yet?" etc etc (small community where everyone knows everyone's business)

I'd love to move somewhere else but couldn't really afford to live anywhere else and am getting a bit old to start looking for another job. I also find myself getting really upset about, and dwelling on, items of bad news on TV.

Any advice on how to get myself out of this?

Thanks

DanyellasDonkey Thu 18-Feb-16 21:53:53

Anyone out there?

fuddle Sun 28-Feb-16 10:13:21

Don't forget that yr DH being out of work will have a massive impact on you ! I lost about a stone in weight,alot for me. And went really mad when my DH was off work, no wonder you are feeling low.

DanyellasDonkey Sun 28-Feb-16 12:31:23

Thanks Fuddle. Happily since posting my DH was offered 2 jobs on the same day!!

Hopefully that will be start of a better period for us. smile

alwaysalaughtobehad Sun 28-Feb-16 20:50:11

I hope things pick up for you. My OH is also out of work and it's a strange time with him around the house and uncertainty hanging over us. I have mild depression and was advised not to watch the news daily. It can leave one feeling disempowered and it's so miserable. I do check it online as I don't want to be out of touch but I'm more in control then. Good luck

Mooshbag Sun 28-Feb-16 21:00:24

Sorry to hear how you're feeling Danyella. I'm pleased to hear about the jobs and hope that things will start too feel better.

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