right to give you a bit of background, i've just started uni there n was thinking life was great, met so many new people n made some brilliant n close friends but lately (couple of months) i have become increasing down n depressed thinking that my life is completly ****, even know i know its not. Now i have went thorugh this before 2 years ago when i was a school n told onw of my teachers n doctor n they helped me thorugh it without any drugs, but the problem is this time it is really bad, i've just started drinking n have started to use it to feel good, happy about myself, something i never have done before, this has being going on for months n my friends have noticed n i just don't know wat to do becuase it is wreaking my friendship with them n these r the people i was hoping to live with next year n at the momment we're not speaking because they tackled me on friday night about how i've changed since i came to uni, n i just stormed off, all weekend i've been seiorusly depressed n have conisdered taking pain killers (not an overdoes) but just to try anything to get this feeling away. what really should i do?
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- Thread Starter
- 17-01-2010 17:13
- 17-01-2010 17:19
Sit down and write down all the bad things going on in your life - everything; then write how you want to change these and how you will achieve these changes.
- Thread Starter
- 17-01-2010 17:28
you see one second i say i'm going to the doctors to actually get it sorted but whenever i actually have a good day i put it of n say nothing is wrong. the thing is is it really worth going to the doctors, wat could he actually do?
- 17-01-2010 20:40
Make an appointment and stick to it. If you're consistent in your need to drink the pain away then you may be developing a problem. Surely it's best to counter this before it becomes a hard set habit that will be difficult to break?
Leave it up to the doctor to decide whether they can actually do something about it.