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Freaking out - March 28th 2010, 03:20 AM

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I haven't had a night like this in awhile. I've been off my depression meds for a few days now because I missed my med evaluation appointment.
I started a new job and work full time. the stress is killing me. tonight I cant deal with it. I feel this need to hurt myself, get fucked up (drugs), or kill myself. I can't stop it. I'm freaking out. I can't even control myself. and now I'm crying because I'm afraid of myself..I know that sounds stupid. I can't deal with this. I'm not even really depressed. I don't know what it is. Will someone please tell me what to do =/
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Re: Freaking out - March 28th 2010, 03:31 AM

Is there someone you can call? Somewhere you can go and be around people? You don't need to be alone right now while you are feeling this way.
Can you get back on your meds soon? It sounds like they were helping you.
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Re: Freaking out - March 28th 2010, 07:05 AM

Hey.
I think you should try and talk to somebody about this. Can you call somebody - a friend, family member?
If you can't, just try and keep yourself distracted. Things will seem better in the morning.
And remember, thoughts don't need to lead to actions. Just because you're tempted to hurt yourself, or kill yourself, doesn't mean you're going to.
You can get through this.
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