I just feel like with everything going on in life, that when I get good news, the bad news has taken such a stronghold in my life. I have never felt so “meh” about things, until recently. Having a sick loved one has thrown a cloud of “meh” over the top of my life in a way that cannot fully be explained. Yet, there is nothing I can really do about that “meh” feeling, as no amount of medication will make that go away. I guess it is okay to feel “meh” as it is that ugly middle of happy and depressed. “Meh” hasn’t really done anything negative, except being stuck on the fence of being labeled productive or needing to go seek treatment.
I get messages daily from our readers thanking me for typing freely about the pains of mental health. I am not a professional, but there are somethings about feeling the ways we do that others don’t get. This is why I am a big proponent of having people go to peer groups such as NAMI, DBSA or others. Being meh can be attributed to a newly sought out symptom that has been there for a long time. This symptom, depersonalization, is a thorn in our sides.
We don’t really know what to do during the void, we feel as if our lives are passing us by and I really think that there has got to be something more out there for us to feel or think about. That is all that I can think up for today but, do message any questions or commentary to us. Comment below about how feeling “meh” has impacted you or share this blog with your friends.
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– Colorful Asylum