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hi how are you guys just recently I lost my job the job tha

hi how are you guys
just recently I lost my job the job that I really like and really good at for some reasons that wasn't fair and I was kind of in a relationship with someone which he calls friendship which was ended when I left my job (we were working at the same place) anyway at first I was feeling strong and fear was making me moving and I started keeping myself busy just to keep myself safe and I didn't want to go back to old me the one who had depression and anxiety which I rarely have I'm just working on somethings with my therapist, anyway then after 2 weeks of hard working I started feeling tired and exhausted I woke up one day feeling like sh** and I felt like I wasn't able to move physically I wasn't able and then I started saying to myself this will pass this will pass my heart beat starting going fast and I felt like am having a panic attack which I didn't have for so long then I started crying non stop all day I spent it crying I couldn't stop I felt angry and that I was a victim for really bad ppl I prayed so much and asked god for justice I felt that I wana stay in bed I couldn't do anything everything fall apart but I went to some friends and my family for help and after few days I started feeling better and my therapist told me that is totally fine but now 2 weeks passed of laziness am just at home barely going out and I just watch series and eat and sleep am not depressed or anxious I just don't feel like doing anything I don't feel like seeing my friends or family or going to the gym so what do u think guys is that ok and when should I tell myself that I need to stop being lazy

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[26500]
Dec 28

Well, it doesn't sound to me like you're being lazy at all. It sounds like you've had several sudden severe unexpected losses in your life - loss of job you really liked and were good at, unfair firing, loss of relationship, etc. I once acted something like you are acting now, after I had something similar happen to me. I think you are sorting out a very rough experience, so have no energy for anything else. Also, wanting to stay in bed and not wanting to go out are signs of depression. Is your therapist good? Have you told them that you're feeling worse?

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[890]
Jan 17

@L2015 well I don't feel depressed and I was able to pick myself up after few days, but I still feel that am irritated and angry during the day for no reason sometimes and I feel like I force myself to do things sometime, I still have dreams about what happened to me and I don't like me at the moment I don't like how I stay at home and being proactive and social enough. but I think you are right about what you said

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[26500]
Jan 17

@amal92 Hi. Glad you are feeling better than the first time you wrote. You've had many shocks to your system, so it's no wonder that you're not fully bounced back yet. The fact that you still have dreams about what happened to you sounds like your brain is still sorting out the experience. And I was thinking about your feeling irritated and angry during the day for no reason. When I get that way, it sometimes means that I am irritated and angry for a different reason than what appears on the surface. Like, when I get angry at my therapist because I am actually angry at my parents. So I'm wondering about the anger and irritation that you feel directed at something or someone that really doesn't deserve it. Could it be that you're still angry and irritated about how unjustly you were treated? There's something about injustice that really gets to people. You can even see it in toddlers - their anger when one toddler is given something that they aren't given, like a toy or a food or a hug. I think humans are hard-wired to feel real anger around injustice. And the way you were fired was a real injustice.

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