I know this probably seems like a silly question, but I could really do with some advice.
I have been, over the course of the last year, trying to handle it myself with various techniques and my college’s welfare department, but it doesn’t seem to have gotten any better, in fact I’m worried its…
I would say go for it. I mean you don’t know if will be helpful if you don’t ever go. Going is different for everyone. I went in my 10th grade year of high school to see if I had depression..but apparently they told me I had ADHD and social anxiety. I felt that the anxiety medicine did not do anything. The ADHD medicine worked…but it doesn’t work like it used to….but the main thing is if you don’t tell them, they won’t know how to help you. That’s my problem..I don’t tell them what is in my mind. I think that is the hardest part…telling them what is really running through my mind. I haven’t been in months…but the last visit helped me deal with the emotions about my sister moving away from home. That visit is when I opened up more and she was able to help me.
As for jobs and what not…I do not know. I don’t have a traditional job. At colleges you can submit records stating what you have. They do that so your experience would be better. For example, If I had done that then whenever I took tests I would be able to go into a different room from the class because noises take my focus away from the test.
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