It's not that something is wrong with you. Something is wrong with them. If they can't see past the illness and see that you are a good person, then that is their problem. Nothing is wrong with you. If you feel you must stay away, that is fine because it is your choice. But you don't have to stay away from here. Having an outlet is what this board is for.View Thread
You should be seeking more help instead of less not because we say you should, but because you deserve it. You are a human being with thoughts, feelings, and desires. I know this pain is not what you want and all everyone wants is for you to feel better. It's because we all love and care about you. We only want the best for you. Please reschedule those appts. you have cancelled and go see the doctors. Let them help you.View Thread
Today is a new day, but I am not feeling any better. Just want to cry. I am frustrated with the irritability and anxiety. Ok so its been a little while since I started this and I took something for the anxiety and its a little better now. But I am still frustrated and want to cry. I am doing homework to distract myself, but its not helping much. I do go to see my doctor tomorrow morning. He was not in the office today.View Thread
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