Thank you for the reply. I was in a hospital once for two weeks they never told me what was wrong just put me on some meds. I got tired and checked out that was almost ten years ago. I have to go back to my regular dr. soon and talk it out with her. honestly I don't know whats wrong. I have always had problems with anxiety since i was a kid. i was recently told that i was being treated for back then mainly around the time school would start. at the time i was told that it was just a vitamin. i will seek help and answers i guess i just need someplace to go for comfort. i do not like feeling the was i do and because of some of the things ive gone through its hard for me to open up. i know once i was told i was depressed have anxiety due to ptsd that was from the counsler i saw after my release. i know its not hopeless i guess i just want to feel alright now. i hope this all made some since. thank you agien.View Thread
I feel lost and alone right now. not sure what to do. I have a husband I cant talk to and don't want to bother my children. I think I might loose my job because I haven't gone in for awhile to medical issues. I was told by a family member today that bipolar and other things have been in are family. I have been hospitalized be for for issues but now I cant even function anymore. I dont know what to do.View Thread
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