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Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
29%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
32%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
7%
  



Tomshardware 7:48 Mon Jan 13
Anxiety/depression
Been through bad time lately with suffering with this. Dark thoughts as well. I know some posters on here suffer with this. Anyone come through the other side of this shit?

A number of posters have been yellow carded and told to stay off this thread unless they have anything constructive to add.This is a thread that has been very useful to so many, for any other posters with scores to settle, argue on another thread.
This thread is sacrosant.Thank you

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ted fenton 1:53 Thu Dec 1
Re: Anxiety/depression
I went for a endoscope on Tuesday just for a check up and ended up having varices banding ! I opted as always for the throat spray and then told me I had bleeding varices so I signed a consent form and the next thing I woke up in bed ...I have another endoscope booked for the 3rd Jan and sounds like I'll be having frequent checks for the rest of my life.....Well done the NHS for being on the ball and caring for me so promptly.
Ah well shit happens ;-(

arsegrapes 4:53 Tue Nov 8
Re: Anxiety/depression
Having said that for the 40% who have no side bad effects corticosteroids can be a sort of wonder drug apparently, however the odds are troubling.

arsegrapes 4:49 Tue Nov 8
Re: Anxiety/depression
All the very best to everyone suffering here. I spoke with my consultant about taking corticosteroid tablets, he advised against stating that 30% get mania, 30% get depression and 40% ok. Some get suicidal thoughts, some dementia like symptoms many get better, some don't. Some got worse when treatment stopped so had to restart becoming dependent then given antidepressants which made symptoms worse.

I had a Google and seems about correct. Made me think whether anyone had suffered depression as a side effect after taking corticosteroids?

Pentonville 10:08 Wed Oct 26
Re: Anxiety/depression
I was told by a doctor to stop TV and phones and laptops etc 2 hours before bed due to the lighting etc, it really is a thing

Mike Oxsaw 9:27 Tue Oct 25
Re: Anxiety/depression
Pervy McBeer 11:56 Mon Oct 24

Give some thought to the lighting in your environment. I've got an uplighter with reading light in each of the 4 corners of my lounge.

Every evening, before 9pm, the uplights are turned off leaving only the downward facing weaker reading lights. Apparently this tricks/conditions your body that sunset has taken place and you naturally start to relax into sleep preparation.

Also banning all electronic stuff from the bedroom helps (most especially your phone & TV), and if you must have an alarm, get one with a dull red LED display.

Takes about a month for your body to adjust, so don't expect instant results.

eswing hammer 1:21 Tue Oct 25
Re: Anxiety/depression
Thanks Charley!

charleyfarley 12:57 Tue Oct 25
Re: Anxiety/depression
Nice one eswing glad tests turned out ok for you

eswing hammer 4:51 Mon Oct 24
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Never really took much notice of anxiety or depression but l had to have a prostate biopsy Friday, l was dreading it , (ten day countdown) ,now that part is over l am so so relieved, to say l was anxious is probably an understatement but if that is what Anxiety is then l feel for anybody who has it !

Pervy McBeer 11:56 Mon Oct 24
Re: Anxiety/depression
Thanks all

In regards to the pregnancy thing she has just had a PRP injection as 1st round of IVF didnt work. So she is now on daily hormone injections until december and THEN another scan to see if that has worked and then it could be as early as Jan. Were doing the whole thing in Cyprus. So its all very much out of our control. Im contracting at tbe moment too so any time im not working im losing money. For a good cause obviously but i still have to get holiday agreed in advance and with this process it can be very last minute.

I have a fair bit of me time but i often spend it stressing about work or whatever else is going on. Been trying to walk the dog first thing and free my mind a bit. Cut out caffeine, taking loads of supplements etc..! Only thing i havent cut out is booze.

Mike Oxsaw 10:38 Mon Oct 24
Re: Anxiety/depression
Pervy McBeer 9:13 Sun Oct 23

Have you got any "ME Time" in your day?

I don't mean "Me & she who must be obeyed time", or "ME and I'll take a break in a minute time". I mean "ME, NOW time".

Just be selfish and do nothing, doodle, scrunch up newspaper and lob it into the bin from across the room, pick your nose, anything you don't need to do, but are just fucking doing it, anyway. 5 - 10 minutes.

I wouldn't let trying to extend your family become a stress for either of you - nature knows best and will decide when it's right.

clarky 2:07 Mon Oct 24
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Pervy

So you’re fucking loads but getting stressed/twitchy eyed about it?

I can’t take the piss too much, my body in its wisdom, decides too make me go blind when I’m too stressed, it’s weird as fuck!

It’s not too much wanking either before anyone says anything, if that was the case i would’ve had a white stick before I was 17

gph 1:56 Mon Oct 24
Re: Anxiety/depression
I think you'll be more relaxed when you realise that only one of you can get pregnant...

Nurse Ratched 12:29 Mon Oct 24
Re: Anxiety/depression
Caffeine.

Makes me all twitchy, too.

Pervy McBeer 9:13 Sun Oct 23
Re: Anxiety/depression
Anyone ever had a twitching eye lid related to anxiety? Ive had it for a month now. It comes and goes probably once a year but it if you do the dreaded google search it says it isnt normal for it to last this long and could mean underlying health conditions like MS. Which then makes me even more anxious and induces a shed load more symptoms that COULD be related to something serious. But also flagged as anxiety symptoms. I dont feel obviously stressed but work is pretty full on and my other half and i are going through a very lengthy battled to get pregnant. Life certainly isnt plain sailing and you think youre coping but maybe stuff like the eye lid twitching is your bodies way of telling you that youre not. Or just reminding you its there at least. I just wish my body dealt with it better.

⚒️ 2:55 Thu Oct 20
Re: Anxiety/depression
Good to hear, MPI son.

Moncurs Putting Iron 2:45 Thu Oct 20
Re: Anxiety/depression
Crossed,

I offered him the spare I had for Fulham and he responded that he would have loved to but had a Birthday party for his boy.

He seems in a good place as far as I can tell.

⚒️ 2:40 Thu Oct 20
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Anyone heard from Block?

Pentonville 10:28 Fri Sep 30
Re: Anxiety/depression
Hopefully ur break kicks off with a West Ham win.
Just take it easy mate and do some things that put a smile on your face Jasnik

lab 2:08 Fri Sep 30
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It happens Jasnik , enjoy your break .

Jasnik 8:38 Thu Sep 29
Re: Anxiety/depression
Strange having stress today out of nothing .

If you guys go through this all the time then I really feel for you..

Lucky I got a holiday from work tomorrow....

All the best.

Pentonville 8:45 Sun Sep 18
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Haha dont worry I didn't think that.

I do now...... 😉

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