Time Out – My Depression Is Trying To Win

Time Out – My Depression Is Trying To Win

I need to take a bit of time out. Over the past week I’ve felt the horrible hands of depression starting to grab me. Fortunately or unfortunately as the case may be I can now recognise the symtoms. I can feel the anger building up, I’m starting to fly off the handle over daft things. Daft things like losing the plot with people on social media who totaly misrepresent you. If I was well that would just be water off a ducks back so that’s why I know I need to sort my head out.

It’s crazy because personally everything is going really well. I’m busy which is great and I don’t really have anything that’s bothering me but… sometimes that’s when it hits. It’s just a chemical imbalance in my brain which I cant control.

So if you don’t mind I’m taking some time off from the site, hopefully it will only be about a week. I just need a bit of space and time to fight this bugger. Fortunately the illness is in it’s early stages so I’ll still be able to do some work but I really need to drop everything else to give myself some time to relax and hopefully do a bit of walking in the fresh air.

I want to thank a mate who has offered me support. He knows who he is.

Awe the best

See you soon


PS I should mention that I completed my Movember thing http://www.justgiving.com/thecelticnetwork every donation helps kick a another really nasty disease in the balls

12 thoughts on “Time Out – My Depression Is Trying To Win

  1. Happens to the best of us mate. I hope a break will do what you want it to do. I ok to do the usual on Sunday? Let me know, and I hope you feel better soon. I know the dark cloud, when it comes not a lot stops it. Your health comes first. Shaun…HH

  2. Take care pal & hope u get ur head sorted out iv also been feeling the monstar trying 2 creep back in but with the support of ur friend u will win the fight best of luck & May god b with u in ur darkest times xxXxx

  3. Wullie
    What you have created is a testimony to your considerable talents. The fact that you do so while battling/living with depression is jaw dropping. I admire your fortitude.
    You will come back stronger and with a quieter mind.
    Keep the Faith.

  4. Wullie I understand this only too well. Take your time. Let yourself relax and recuperate. You’ll be missed but you need this time out. Thoughts with you mate hh x

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