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    Recently, I've been feeling like how I used to when I was depressed when I was younger and i's starting to really affect my life. So should I get counselling? If I do decide to, do I ask my GP?
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    (Original post by hollyoaks12)
    Recently, I've been feeling like how I used to when I was depressed when I was younger and i's starting to really affect my life. So should I get counselling? If I do decide to, do I ask my GP?
    Yes. Got to your GP. Trust me, forums aren't the best choice; you're showing your vulnerability to trolls.
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    (Original post by DYoverDX)
    Yes. Got to your GP. Trust me, forums aren't the best choice; you're showing your vulnerability to trolls.
    Thank you. I just wasn't sure where to go for counselling.
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    Yes your GP should be your first point of call. They can discuss the best options or refer you to the right specialists.
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    (Original post by hollyoaks12)
    Thank you. I just wasn't sure where to go for counselling.
    IMO you should see if you counsellor is good or not. Some are absolutely sh*t.
 
 
 
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