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I Don’t Care About Anything

by Harriet Wetton
I Don't Care About Anything

Have you ever felt that everything you do has lost all its essence? When you say “I don’t care about anything” because there is no pleasure, motivation, or pleasure in doing it.

The key is to act on these feelings, even if you have to strain. Start planning your high-value activities as soon as possible because they have the best opportunity to provide you with some fun.
Doing the easiest and most enjoyable first can motivate you to keep going. This way, you can rebuild your brain’s reward systems until you magically start wanting to do things off the list!

Why do you say “I don’t care about anything”

Inability or reduced ability to feel pleasure, enjoyment, and commitment to life is called anhedonia.

It can also include reduced motivation to do things. You may feel like you don’t care about anything anymore, as nothing feels good or gives you satisfaction.

Several factors can make you feel bad and you can say that i don’t care about anything and anyone.

  • Depression
  • Complex trauma
  • Substance addiction
  • abuse
  • A serious illness or disability
  • The loss of a loved one
  • Pain

You no longer care about anything or anyone. It is probably a consequence of depression.

You may feel a general feeling of not worrying about anything, here we will talk about the factors that will help us eliminate such feelings.

Always seek professional help

Addressing depression and the hopelessness that comes with it probably won’t happen after reading a few articles on the internet.

The problem with depression and a lot of the advice you’ll find about it on the internet is that many different things can cause it.

It can be a side effect of a medication or an illness caused by temporary or permanent circumstances in your life, genetics, trauma, pain, or the general state of your life. It can also be created and made worse by substance abuse and alcoholism.

The key to unraveling this problem is figuring out where that problem is coming from the first time.

That will likely require a certified mental health professional who can help you research your mind, life, and history to find the main problem and issue.

Unresolved trauma is a major source of depression and substance abuse for people. And that kind of serious mental work is not something you can safely do on your own or through the information you find on the Internet.

Don’t waste your emotional energy on current events

Compassion and empathy fatigue are real problems that many people face. A person can only worry long before his inner anger is completely vented and emptied.

There are many things to worry about with all the confusion of social injustice, terrible news, and fear, loss, and trauma going on everywhere.

You can’t worry about everything all the time and hope to maintain a healthy mindset. The solution is to limit your intake of current events and news. Yes, stay informed, but do so on a limited basis from a neutral and unbiased source when you can.

We live in an age that features a 24/7 news cycle, but our brains are not made to deal with all the tragedies around the world. We don’t evolve that way.

Unsubscribe from social media groups that perpetuate outrage, negativity, and bad news. Block or remove people from your feeds who continually talk about current events. Give your mind and soul a chance to rest, even if it means taking a break from electronics for a while.

Focus on worrying about one little thing, and then build on it

It will not be easy to go directly to worrying about all the important things that happen in your life. In fact, it can be overwhelming and impossible to do.

It is a better idea to start by trying to worry about something small. Or maybe you already have something small in your life that matters to you, and you have overlooked it.

A pet is a great option to focus on because it is something that you can love and care for unconditionally. You don’t need to worry about a pet stabbing you in the back or doing the shady things that people sometimes do.

A pet is something you can give your love to, worry about, and cuddle with when you need a little unconditional love. But hey, maybe a pet is not the right choice for your life situation. A plant can be a good substitute.

Pick a small houseplant or succulent to care for. They generally don’t require a lot of maintenance. However, they can still help you be vigilant and present to care for them, making sure they are well-trimmed, watered, and fertilized.

Do things that once gave you that spark of motivation

Take a sheet of paper and a pen. Make a list of ten things you used to do in the past that gave you a spark of motivation, things that you once cared about.

They can be anything from socializing and spending time with your friends to volunteering, art, or exercise, or whatever, really.

Please take a look at the list and consider how practical it is to accomplish each of those things right now, given how it feels. Rank them from most to least practical. Then go through the list and try some of the various activities.

This exercise may be enough to awaken the motivational parts of your brain and facilitate caring. It can be challenging to do it, or you may not really feel like doing anything.

Still, those feelings are something that you will have to overcome to try to generate some of the benefits of doing the activities you have listed.

Conclusion

Depression is an ugly thing. It swallows your joy, erodes your happiness, and deprives you of the ability to feel the full spectrum of your emotions.

Depression stifles everything it touches, both positive and negative. People tend to focus on the positive because they are bright, shiny, and feel good. But even the absence of negative emotions can be a bitter loss.

With such feelings, your interest in the things you used to love to do diminishes. That feeling of “wanting” or “liking” things diminishes, and you may not even know why.

It especially affects those who experience major depression or other emotional struggles. However, even if you don’t have any mental health diagnoses, you can still feel these things. Anyone can get stuck saying; I don’t care about anything anymore. always try to avoid such feeling and stay motivated because no doubt life is difficult but its beautiful too.

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