Our expert says:
Hey, even if I shouted, fortunately via this medium, you wouldn't hear me. Mind you, that also means you won't hear me NOT shouting.
What you describe of the carelessness and uncaring ways of a state doctor is highly unprofessional and unfortunate, and makes a mockery of the constitutional guarantee of equality of treatment and access to health care.
If you're studying full-time somewhere, isn't there a student health an student counselling service which might be useful for you ?
The warning about suddenly stopping meds ( assuming the diagnosis was prioperly made in the first place, and the proper med chosen ) is about an increased risk of some problems, not a certainty of them. Fortunately.
The situations inwhich you found yourself distressed are ones in which you would need to have been really peculiar to have NOT been distressed, weren't they ? Sounds like you are trying bravely to cope as well as pratical in these situations. And you're right ( and CBT, among other methods, holds to your view that its not events that actually harm or make us miserable, but the attitudes we choose to form and hold ABOUT those events ; so we can change the attitude and mode of responding, even when we can't always change the situation or the events.
( The main thing I find worrying in your message is the implied taste for Josh Groban ! )
It may be hat you are indeed one of the people who can do well by his own eforts, perhaps assisted by counselling, rather than on major meds. And the chaits ( like a sort of temperature taking and monitoring ), and the emergency plans, sound very sensible
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