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So I had 3 paracetamol overdoes 3 years ago this year but I had a slip in mental health and had another one July 2019 the army is my absolute dream it kills to know I might never be able to .. if I wait another 3 years from now does anyone think I’ll ever be able to join?? I’m only 19 so I do have time but does anyone think I’ll ever be able to join if I stay clear from mental health ?

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If you really want something in life then you will achieve it. If you are able to kick your mental health issues which I’ve got faith that you can do then ****ing go for it man. You never know until you try. If you put your mind to it then you can do it 100%. Believe to achieve brother.
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Thank you so much !

I definitely will I’ve tried twice to get in about a year ago and I’m definitely going to kick my mental health in the ass .. I’ve got time I can do this !!! ❤️
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So I had 3 paracetamol overdoes 3 years ago this year but I had a slip in mental health and had another one July 2019 the army is my absolute dream it kills to know I might never be able to .. if I wait another 3 years from now does anyone think I’ll ever be able to join?? I’m only 19 so I do have time but does anyone think I’ll ever be able to join if I stay clear from mental health ?

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There's an Armed Forces forum, but if you post on there, read the security sticky and be careful of revealing personal details, like your name as a username.

The only way to find out if you meet the medical standards is to make an application and be assessed by a medical professional against the entry requirements. However, be aware that episodes of intentional self-harm, as your case would be classed, can preclude entry as it is difficult to know whether there will be a relapse. It's not necessarily a case of being x number of years without treatment, the number of overdoses, the periodicity and the stressor will be considered. Being signed off as clear by your doctors in future doesn't mean that you will be fit to join the Armed Forces.
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Thank you so much !

I definitely will I’ve tried twice to get in about a year ago and I’m definitely going to kick my mental health in the ass .. I’ve got time I can do this !!! ❤️
Anytime brother, I hope it all goes well for you, let us know how you get along
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Thank you so much !

I definitely will I’ve tried twice to get in about a year ago and I’m definitely going to kick my mental health in the ass .. I’ve got time I can do this !!! ❤️
Posts must have overlapped and I missed this. So what stages did you get to previously and what was advised about future applications?
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