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Thread: I want to commit suicide

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    Originally Posted by Hollyj
    She did not get into your problems? Put you on meds?

    You need to talk to someone who is a professional about what is going on. Is it your home life?
    She's an art therapist so she doesnt diagnose me with anything nor give me any medication... she just helps me with consultation... this wasnt started with any home problems, it was my academic progress that stress me

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    Originally Posted by melancholy123
    Can you call your doctor, therapist, hospital?
    I messaged my therapist and she doesnt respond... i mean, she mustve slept

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    Okay. So you have anxiety issues? This can be managed. Please seek a therapist.

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    Originally Posted by Hollyj
    Okay. So you have anxiety issues? This can be managed. Please seek a therapist.
    I'm thinking on seeing psychiatrist to get medication, but since im still financially dependent with my parents im looking for jobs so I can afford one

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    How old are you? Are you covered on their insurance?

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    Originally Posted by Hollyj
    How old are you? Are you covered on their insurance?
    Im 22, and yes I got insurance, but I dont know if it can be used for going to psychiatrist....

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    Originally Posted by eruki
    Im 22, and yes I got insurance, but I dont know if it can be used for going to psychiatrist....
    You should contact your insurer.

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    Originally Posted by Hollyj
    You should contact your insurer.
    Yes.

    Many insurers include psychiatric help. It's worth a try. Whatever you do, you're not alone. We're here. Please keep us posted!

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    Eruki, you sound like my daughter in so many ways. A. suffers from depression, anxiety, and a host of other problems. She's a little older than you, graduating next week (end of winter quarter) and heading to grad school in the fall. She took a year and a half off to just settle into herself.

    If you were here with me, I'd make you tea and toast while you cried and told me everything you want to say. And I'd listen. There aren't any easy answers, but sometimes you just need warmth and comfort.

    Where are/we're you going to school?

    Plus, insurance should cover mental health to some extent. If not, community health centers are there.

    Now...do you have tea? Bread? Ready to talk?

    Love,

    A's Mom

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    OK, go to a regular doctor for a complete check up. It will help to rule out any physical causes (thyroid, neurological, etc). Also a doctor can diagnose depression or other mood/ neurochemical issues and treat you accordingly. Talk therapy is most often an addition and follow up to treatment, not the sole treatment.
    Originally Posted by eruki
    Im 22, and yes I got insurance, but I dont know if it can be used for going to psychiatrist....

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