Why ‘Just Reach Out’ Isn’t Enough For Those Who Are Struggling With Their Mental Health

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  1. Louise

    June 11th, 2018 at 06:42

    I love this post (apart from the struggle you had with the GP ?) and I totally agree. I tried reaching out to my doctor about my terrible anxiety and they just threw some pills at me without reaaaally listening or offering me a psychologist appointment. I find that the people who you surround yourself with make SUCH a difference when it comes to needing help and I feel like I’ve been very lucky to have people in my life that just know when I’m not okay and I just need a good old cry to them.

    Louise // http://www.lifewithlouise.com

  2. Michelle

    June 12th, 2018 at 03:36

    I reached out to my family a month ago. My parents booked me a therapy session a few days after but after 3 sessions with this therapist, I felt worse after each appointment so I told my parents I wanted to see another one. It’s been over a month and I still haven’t seen a new therapist. i think my family doesn’t take these types of things seriously. I reached out for help. They gave me attention for about a week but now they’re back at ignoring me. Thanks for the advice. It’s difficult to reach out when you don’t have many people to talk to. ♥

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  3. Megan

    June 13th, 2018 at 14:06

    Thank you for this! I’m coming up to my 1 year anniversary of being on antidepressants and I couldn’t reach out. The only reason I went to the doctors is because my boyfriend asked me to – it was him reaching out to me that helped me. Xxx

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