Our material is not intended as a substitute for direct consultation with a qualified mental health professional.Counselling is accredited by the Health on the Net Foundation.From your description, his depression has returned.If he’s considering suicide, it’s returned aggressively.has anyone been with this type of male and how do you deal with it?deal with his mood swings and constant sleeping, how could I help?
I don’t know if his negative thoughts feed his depression or if the depression creates negative thoughts.He said that he felt much better once he had stopped taking it, although he has lost the ability to cry.We have had a really happy relationship up until recently, even though he has a very negative view of everything and genuinely believes that life is pointless, most people are awful and everything always ends in failure. He’s always been prone to grumpiness, but of late it’s got worse. A life event or crisis he’s had to deal with (now or in the past)?He doesn’t look after himself (eating habits and personal hygiene aren’t good). There doesn’t have to be a trigger or ‘cause’ but it could be a starting point to talk to him.That I understand, if its a medical issue, fine, people have issues, but to a point? he smokes weed like cigarettes, he drinks all the time and has anger problems..now I knew this from the beginning, but he has a good personality, but maybe I'm just settling..?I met my partner just over a year ago; he had just stopped taking Seroxat which he had taken for five years.He said that he stopped taking it as he still felt depressed whilst on it and it had even led him to self harm which he had never done prior to taking the medication.abuse and trauma ADHD affair aggression anger anxiety and stress bereavement bipolar boundaries CBT character disturbance depression divorce emotional memory love marriage medications OCD parenting and children personality disorders psychiatry psychology profession relationships responsibility school and studies self-esteem self awareness sexuality siblings social skills therapy workplace provides direct access to qualified clinical psychologists ready to answer your questions.It is overseen by the same international advisory board of distinguished academic faculty and mental health professionals — with decades of clinical and research experience in the US, UK and Europe — that delivers Counselling Resource.com, providing peer-reviewed mental health information you can trust.