I hear you. At times I feel sad and wonder, “why me?”. This disease is so unfair and can get anyone down. I try to get rid of the negative thoughts as soon as possible and concentrate on something positive. I even watch stories of other people who have to experience worst diseases. It helps count my blessings when I see videos of others and how strong they are even after so much.
I agree with Kimberly when she says:
“building some “down time” into your day to focus on activities that bring you joy and give you energy is helpful. Examples might include meditation, gentle yoga, walking, reading, watching funny movies, or attending a live musical or theatrical performance.”
I like to also watch funny movies and go to the movies so my husband and I find the time to do so. I also like to read the Bible. All these helps me and I know it is different for everyone so you will have to find the things that help you.
Also, like Kimberly said, having our hormones out of balance can really play a big part on our emotions so talk to your Dr. Make sure you are getting the necessary treatment to get your #s balanced.
Hope you feel better soon.