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i opened up to my mum - March 5th 2010, 08:45 PM

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on the way home tonight from the resturant i opened up to my mum, i told her that i dont feel confident and that i think i need to go doctors aboout it and she was like i should have wrote that kung fu number down that you pointed out to me the other day, i was like yeah but it hink i neeed to go doctors and she was like yeah maybe. i dont know if she is going to take me doctors or not, but the thing is last time i went doctors i got sent counselling which did not help me much as they were ment to be putting me on some self esteem course which they never put me on. and my mum is also very anti drug (like prescripbed drugs ) and anti counselling. i have never asked her why though i just get the feeling she is as was not to keein on the idea of me going anti depressants.
   
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Re: i opened up to my mum - March 5th 2010, 09:15 PM

It is good you opened up to your mum because that can't have been easy at all. A self esteem course would definitely be a good idea. Perhaps you could go back to your doctor and ask about it and whether there is one you could join. Anti-depressants are for depression not confidence so they wouldn't help with that. I think you need to join some kind of course or perhaps see a counsellor who could explore things with you.
   
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Re: i opened up to my mum - March 6th 2010, 08:46 AM

i no, but last time i went to my doctors he sent me counselling the counselling did not work, and the doctor said if the counselling dont work i will have to put you on anti depressants, the counselling did not work and if i go back to the doctors and tell him that the counselling didnt work and that the counselling place never put me on the confidence course that they said they would, he will probably send me back to that counselling place and that counselling place didnt even help me. i dont know what to do.
   
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