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Join Date: Sep 2011
I'm not sure if this will help the slightest since professional help doesn't even affect you, but it's worth a try.
you want something exciting to happen in your life, and you've tried, right?
But what've you tried? Skydiving? Swimming with sharks? Jump across hoops of fire?
Alright, maybe something not as life threatening as that, but just something new. Maybe you can find your passion if you haven't yet. Cooking? Inventing? Drawing?
Maybe you need to just talk with some people. I mean, you already took the first step by posting this thread, no?
Despite you saying you don't want to do anything with anyone, I'd recommend it. Just because you're not having the feeling to communicate with anybody does not mean it won't help you. They could help to fill that empty void you're feeling. I don't know. To me, they help. A lot.
Do you think medication will help? I'm biased toward this because I was raised to never take it, but if meds for mental illnesses has worked for you in the past disregard this and the rest of this paragraph.
Why take them? The chemicals alter the mind or make you sleep or make you feel okay or whatever, but only for a short amount of time. Medication won't make you go out and change your life, it won't make you permanently happy unless they work and you take them every single day. And if that's the case, it's pretty much just fake happiness.
Then again I do not know if it works for you or if it you really do want to use them.
I don't feel like I'm helping. Chances are, you've already heard all of this already so I apologize if I've just repeated everything someone else told you. I'll just leave you with this: You really need to try and fix this. As cheesy as it sounds, don't give up and keep trying your best. If you don't try to fix anything, nothing will get better.