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Stress has taken over. - July 14th 2011, 11:57 PM

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So I've been really, really, really stressed out lately. Everything in my life is so stressful.
I have so much school work, I have to register for my fall classes, but they are already filling up. (Those might sound like stupid things, but they are stressful to me.)
Not only those things, but I still cannot find a job and am almost out of money. I have so many bills and am worried that I'm not going to be able to pay them. (More things that might not be a big deal either, but are to me.)

So with a bunch of crap I have to worry about, plus some other stuff, and feeling like my depression is coming back, I did something something stupid last night.
I have a full bottle of Tylenol extra strength next my bed, and I started taking them last night. I know it was stupid, but it was so easy. I just started taking them one by one. I only took 4, but I realized now that I could just keep taking them today. Maybe even the whole bottle. That would for sure do some damage.

Anyway, now I'm rambling on and I'm not even sure why I'm even posting this in the first place, but I just feel like I should maybe do it and just get it over with.
I guess I'm just at a point where I'm tired and I'm ready to give up and I really just don't know what else to do anymore.
   
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Re: Stress has taken over. - July 15th 2011, 04:39 AM

Hey Hannah,
-hug- I'm sorry these things are stressing you out. I know it can be tough out there looking for a job as a college student. Have you seen if you're eligible for work study? And go easy on that Tylenol. Only bad things will happen if you start taking them. You're in college, and you're building a future. It'd kind of suck if you were to lose it all now, when the going got a little tough. Hang in there!
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