However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo.
August 9, at 7: Summer August 8, at 3: I usually just read here, not post, but I just wrote this out because I respect the community here and would really appreciate some advice. Not sure if this is when it started, but the year after high school, I became really socially withdrawn.
I spent most of that night on a train platform two hours from home, trying to decide whether or not to jump. I eventually made it home the next day, and put that bad year down to loneliness. So going forward, I put a lot of effort into reconnecting with my old friends, as well as making new ones when I started school, and now I see friends regularly.
I truly love my friends, but it will often take me literally a whole day to drag myself out to see them. This last semester at school was also really hard.
So after school ended, I deliberately took on zero responsibilities during the break — no work, no study, literally nothing stressful at all — thinking this would be the time when I could finally sort myself out. I really need advice on how to tell my parents about this stuff. Carrie in Scotland August 8, at 3: And after a while, even though it seems impossible now, it does lift.
Ruffingit August 8, at 3: Find a doctor and go see them. If your school has a counseling service or health center, then go there. It will get better.
You will not always feel like this. Also, you can call the Suicide Prevention Hotline at They can help with resources. Some insurance companies will even send a statement if the visit is entirely covered.
Kristen August 8, at 4: I see below someone recommended writing a letter. That could be very helpful as well. I wish you the best. Ruffingit August 8, at 5: But hopefully by that time the OP will be on medication, therapy, or some combination of both and she may feel stronger and more able to have the conversation with her parents.
Either way, she needs to see someone ASAP! I feel for her having been there myself. Anxiety and depression can take so much away.
Windchime August 8, at 7: When you go to the doctor, ask to be set up on your own account so that the bill comes in your name. If I could ensure that all the mail comes addressed to me, I would go straight away.
So did bills from doctors, labs, etc in exactly the same way that communication to my husband is addressed to him even though I am the policyholder. I want to talk to them now. TootsNYC August 9, at 4: Get help the fastest way possible.Best of the Chicago Feminist Film Festival comes to NCC North Central College News, Nov 04, Associate Professors Susan Kerns and Michelle Yates, co-founders of the Chicago Feminist Film Festival, bring a selection of the films from last year’s festival to North Central College.
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