re: It's okay to not be okay VIEW POST

re: Here's the main thing that gets me: How do you know you're in trouble? I mean, I try to stick to a routine in an effort to have stability, and in...

Realising and admitting that something is wrong is possibly the hardest part of it at all, in all honesty.

I only realised I needed to seek help when I was getting home, going straight into my bedroom and not leaving until the morning. I was barely eating and having suicidal thoughts, feeling that my existence was a net negative on the world.

It took a lot of strength to book an appointment with my GP and admit this was how I was feeling. I was immediately prescribed SSRIs and referred for counselling, and that was the start of my recovery.

Talk to your doctor, get some advice. They can help you. 💙

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