dear sir, i got to recognize and accept my depression symptoms very recently...after suffering for many years...i don\'t know what to do now..although i\'m living my normal life till now(as others think)..but i\'m having a lot of problems due to depression..usually i\'m stuck into things..somehow i dare to come out but those things keep chasing me for sometime until i forgot them or stuck into other matters..this process is very tiredsome and sometime breaking..i keep evaluating myself most of the times and try to find faults in my work/ activities..then i try to recognize those faults and i\'m stuck again..i\'m not able to live in present..either i\'m thinking about any past activity or for future problems..i\'m living alone..spending most of the time at work..i\'m very afraid of myself..i guess i don\'t know/ feel myself..i don\'t belive myself..also not easily to others..i\'m not able to choose or decide things in my life..or reach to any conclusion..it\'s a never ending discussion with myself with no result..i try to be as normal as possible in front of others..but some debate is always going in my mind..and i\'m afraid to tell these things to other..or discuss with anybody..eventhough i\'ve achieved some respectable things in life..but i guess it\'s useless if i\'m not able to enjoy them..most important question..should a depressed person marry?..pls do reply... thanks for your reply regards, xxxx
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