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Katie Williams

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soo to be honest im not really sure how this works but any kinda advice would be amazing.. I'm 20 years old, been on and off antidepressants since i was 15/16, ex self harmer, over dosed twice. im pretty lost and past caring, i was in an extremely abusive relationship a year ago which ended very very badly, i dont think i ever had closure or ever will, i've drifted from all my friends theyre at unis far away im pretty alone and i feel myself getting worse and worse everyday i dont know what to do anymore

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@Katie Williams  I agree with Diego, come here and talk. DF really has helped me. Talking to people who can understand what we are going through is easier, they can understand. I have committed, self harmed, seeing therapist, but talking to people like us here has helped me a lot. When things gets bumped up, I come here, venting and make conversation with people in here. When I talk to people in here, I feel better. 

Sometimes when I cannot make any conversation in here, I go to Watercooler section and vent. It helps me.

I agree with Diego, online support could be good, it is for me.  

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hi, sorry to hear that you are going through this right now.

I just wanted to say that in points of my life I lost touch with my friends, and was in a situation where they were off in university and I was just doing nothing.

Some things that helped me during those times was finding or rediscovering interests and hobbies relating to things I like, or always wanted to do, for me they included a lot of creative expression in forms of art, music and drama. A second thing was following a decent healthy diet.

The last thing, which took me several years to do was to take the step into going to College. For a long time it was either too scary, too uncertain, or too difficult for me to do. However, since this year I finally committed to doing it and I am much better for it. It has provided me with structure and objectives (homework), and it allows you to be around and interact with people and often times it is a very friendly environment.

I guess just thinking about the things you always wanted to do, even if it is silly or difficult - taking steps in that direction always seems right to me.

*Also exploring and finding counseling or mental health professionals or groups. Sometimes it takes a bit of exploring as there are different types of counselors and treatments such as talk therapy, or medication, or group therapy

I hope things look up !

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