Discussions By Symptom: Depression

Fed up!

Posted In: Depression 2 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 31, 2015
  • 00:15 PM

hi all,
I’m new here, I just want to share my feelings and experience with you for a relief. I have been addicted to alcohol for more than 3 years. This addictive nature of mine had ruined my family life. Everyone in my family hates me. I just want to get out of this world. This made me depressed and I am not able to sleep properly. My sister suggested me to join in Edgewood, the best addiction treatment centre in Toronto(http://www.edgewood.ca/). Hoping for a life without alcohol. Is there any technique to cope up with the depression?

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  • Try joining Edgewood it seems like a great place. Just hang in their. Alcohol is tricky i know alot of people who are "Alcoholics". Just think about it you can fix your problems. Just trust your sister. It seems like shes trying to help.

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  • Hi There, I have had depression for decades and started drinking myself into oblivion at night. I felt at first that it helped me to sleep which it does but it has also damaged my health and I am talking to myself constantly trying to find ways to stop. If I had the money I would go to a rehab facility. I found a doctor who prescribed a drug called Campral that worked quite well and took away the cravings but unfortunately I started drinking socially and ended up back where I started. Talk to your doctor about Campral and good luck.
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