Anglicare NQ provides a wide range of Youth support services across the North Queensland area including Cairns, Mareeba and Townsville, including Youth Support, Case Management, Outreach, Emergency Male and Female accommodation and Out of Home Care.
Not related to high school bullying but what do you say when people, everyone says how are you today? Shop assistance, taxidrivers, acquaintances, friends, family? Don’t want to say great, don’t want to say good, end up saying okay which really means, crap!
Let’s take each other’s backs and help each other get through hard times when we are struggling
It stays with you a long time.
If those school bullies and racists walk on the same side of the street now, they had better quickly run like hell and make sure I do not see them.
Lots of people drink with anxiety an depression as its a coping mechanism not a very good one .but with the right drs an medication can get better speaking from experience
You know, i never wanted "drugs". I thought they can't help me.
But ive been on them 10yrs.
I went off them...thought understood it & could control it.
Im on medication...usually when things get BAD, i go talk to a professional.
But the best thing is i know when i feel bad, i have to sorta train a friend to understand, its different when im.depressed to just feeling bad...but talking & understanding, so i can say to myself, ok...& then make an effort to change my thinking...
( please dont give up 🙂)
I've stopped seeing doctors and stopped taking medication. Now just letting depression take its course.
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