Our expert says:
No, its not "ok". Sometimes it may turn out to be the only reasonable option, but only once one has caefully explored all options and sincerely tried to sort out the situation, with the help of a counsellor if necessary.
Moving to another country without having sorted our emotional problems, too often means that when you arrive, without friends and suppoerts, the problems are the first thing you unpack.
It does indeed sound as though you have been suffering a rpolonged period of sadness and unhappiness, but don't jump to the conclusion that what you're thinking of would solve any of the problems.
Especially when you say that the problem is not them, but lies within you - then no geographical move will solve anything. You need to see a proper psychologist for proper psychotherapy ( cheaper, too, than moving to another country ) to solve whatever problems you feel lie within you and have been causing all this turmoil.
YOur plan will inevitably cause them to worry and feel guilty, just as any form of harm to yourself would do.
Journaling is greatly over-rated, and only a few people find it helpful.But you need firstly a proper identification of what the problems are, a diagnosis and then a discussion of the range of effective treatment options. You might, for instance, be significantly Depressed or anxious, and medication as well as focussed counselling of the CBT form, could be very helpful.
Life coaches are quacks, with no evidence whatever that they have any therapeutic benefit at all - they're a form of entertainment for worried rich well people. There is no valid form of training or registration of such salesmen.
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