Thank you for the replies.
masquerade wrote:You say you have no goals, motivation and that you don't feel particularly connected to those close to you. Is it possible that you could be depressed? I feel very similar when I am depressed. It may be a good idea to speak to your doctor, mentioning the lack of motivation and also the nightmares. Your doctor can help you to find a cause and a solution. I hope all goes well for you.
I´ve been in treatment for depressive episodes before (still somewhat am) and I recognize the feeling of having no motivation, power or drive I had back then, but most times I lack the depressive mood now. Occasionally I´ll feel pretty low and often very anxious, but having no goals or plans is something that is always present and always has been, even before I started feeling this way. It´s also part of my inability to plan even days ahead, get organized and start/finish projects and I really do not know how to deal with those.
realmofsoftdelusions wrote:There is a medication - prazosin -that is a blood pressure med but is used successfully in ptsd nightmares for some people. That may not be what is happening to you but it might be worth it to bring it up with the doctor.
If nightmares were a consistent problem for me, I would consider asking about it. I only get them every now and then, sometimes more frequently when stressed out, but overall still not too often. I´ll keep what you said in mind though just in case.
The nurse I work with asked me to write down what I want. I want to recover from Borderline Personality Dirsorder.