My name is Corry, i'm 20 years old and I started working a fulltime (40hrs a week) job, it happend to be an overnight position working 5 nights a week 11pm-7am. My first week was good, I got to know my co-workers and liked everyone a lot, but during my second week, and the other two weeks following I have been hit with Anxiety & Depression. I have never in my life had these feelings. I will look at the clock and see that I only have a few hours left before work and my heart instantly begins pounding and I will even sometime throw-up. I try to sleep as much as possible but it doesn't always work, leaving me exhausted for the next night of work. I also find it very hard to eat proper meals now that im working so much, I cannot get myself out of bed during the day to cook a healthy meal to take with me during my work hours at night. So i will usually just buy some juice or pop and a quick microwave meal. I'm not sure what to do about these feelings, it's starting to affect my everyday life, Please helpView Thread
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