What should I do, I'm so confused, and need help with these three things!
Okay, I have a lot of personal things going on. From boredom, to a slight depression. I really don't know where to start. But, I'll try my best.
First off, is it possible to have a depression due to being bored? I've been feeling like I'm in a slump lately. I don't feel like doing anything besides from laying around and playing video games.
What could I do to get rid of this laziness? School is just around the corner and I don't want to be lazy any more.
Second, I keep thinking unrealistically. I keep thinking that I'm going to become a millioniare and purchase whatever I want. Also, I keep thinking about James Bond and I have a tune stuck in my head from just about all of his movies. I really want that Aston Martin too! But that's part of the unrealistic part. I also want the guns and everything, but they're dangerous and horrible. (Well, not really-- you know what I mean)!
And finally. What could I do get out of my small depression and low self-confidence issue? I think it's because I'm bored and something else that's too personal to discuss.
Well, that's it for now. I thank each and everyone of you for your time, help, and support.
- rosieCLv 71 decade agoBest answer
All your problems and wishful thinking and fantasies are all part and parcel of being a normal teenager with a lot of ambivalent feelings; ranging from boredom; depression, to low self esteem. It's not wrong to aspire being James Bond. But do remember, that he's only in the movies not in the real world. There's no such person with all these high tech gadgets and all expense actts and skills to boot.Source(s): professional nurse
- 1 decade ago
Put down the X-box controller...go outside...that big yellow ball up there. Its called the sun. Be out in it for awhile.
Put down the soda, the chips, the candy and all the other processed food that I bet your parents buy you. Stop eating Hot Pockets and get some fruits and veggies into your diet.
Depression is not something that anyone can diagnose from reading a few lines. If you really think there is an issue...get your parents to take you to the doctor and see if they think it might be the same thing.
I am guessing not. Just boredom and a lack of self-motivation to go out and experience life.
Buck up...quit whining and go do something that doesn't involve a joystick or computer.
- 1 decade ago
It might be worth taking to your family doctor about this. It could be BiPolar Disorder. That would explain the thought variables you are describing. This is easily treated, so don't put it off.