I could really use some advice right now. I'm Bi-Polar with GAD and OCD. I keep myself locked up in my bedroom most of the time until I get really bad, then I hide in my shower stall. I feel like I need to be hospitalized! I tried to call Parkside Psychiatric in Tulsa but they can't get me in until the 15th of Nov. and I don't honestly think I can make it that long. I can't live like this! I talked to a lady at Hilcrest hospital but they won't take you unless your suicidal! I have 3 kids so even when I think about ending it all, I just remember them and my feelings go away. But what kind of mom hides from life everyday? And I'm usually either crying my head of or having a panic attack the size of Texas! Where can I go to get help now!!! Any advice would be greatly appreciated because I have no where else to turn!!View Thread
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