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Forums / Treatments, health professionals and therapies / No time, should i consider becoming an inpatient?

Topic: No time, should i consider becoming an inpatient?

2 posts, 0 answered
  1. Dragmedown
    Dragmedown avatar
    6 posts
    20 August 2018

    I work 6 days a week and on my day off its chores chores chores. I have no one to talk to and my partner doesnt seem to care.

    i seem to be falling in deeper and deeper and its getting darker. Im finding it harder to keep going. And i want to give up but i dont want to either. I dont want to break anyones heart.

    I dont get a single chance to see a psychologist like i used to. I was wondering whether becoming an inpatient for sometime might be a good idea. I just dont know what to do anymore...

  2. geoff
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    20 August 2018 in reply to Dragmedown

    Hello Dragmedown, I've replied to your other post and the option of being admitted to a hospital is a very wise choice, however, are you able to get your doctors opinion, but in the long run it might be worth it.

    I hope from what has been said in your other post that you will be able to handle the situation or perhaps you are thinking of going your own way.

    I'm very sorry but would love to hear back from you.


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