Our expert says:
There could be various explanations for this unhappy state of afairs, including Depression or Dysthymia. Ideally, you should see a local psychiatrist for a full assessment and diagnosis, after which treatment options could be discussed, and could well include CBT counselling ( Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy ). Good research has shown that CBT which improves your coping skills and other such skills in handling life, is as effective as medications, and with lasting benefits, and, of course, no side-effects. And unlike old-fashioned talking therapies, it works quite quickly and doesn't take very long.
This would help you to wake up as you wish to, and to resume enjoying a good sense of purpose in life.
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