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    Default depression help

    Please call or message/email Lifeline 131114 http://www.lifeline.org.au/

    Or Suicide callback service 1300 659 467 http://www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au/

    There are people and treatments that can help you.

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    Default depression help

    Please keep trying to get help, the right treatment is out there, you can get past this.

    Don't lose hope.

    xxx

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    Mods is there anything we can do?

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    Im completely fine now. No need to worry ladies..big miss understanding. Thanks for the support.

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    That's not what you wrote earlier you changed your post. I am so unbelievably worried about you...

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    Praying for you.

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    Hi Howdoi,

    You sent me a friend request so maybe you would like to talk? If you would like to pm me and i will send you my nu,ber. If you dont have the credit, send me your number and i will call you.

    Please know you have people who care about you and want to help. xxx

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    Hi!
    I couldn't begin to understand what's going on for you OP but I have worked along side many others who say similar things about trying meds that don't work and seeing therapists who don't seem to help or get it. I know that all these people have 1 thing in common so i'm going to guess that you have it too. A strong resilience that somehow keeps them just above the water at times. If you can I would suggest you check out www.asca.org.au. When you look at the website it may not make sense to you at first but if you call them tomorrow I am pretty certain the person on the other end of the phone will make sense of what you are telling them. It may not 'hit the nail on the head' but they have great connections to therapists who will get you and will be able to help you find a happier future.
    You may feel alone right now but this forum is full of people who may not know you yet they care about you. You say you feel better tonight and if that's correct then that's great but I still feel you would benefit from giving asca a call. If you say you don't know why you are calling- that's fine. They will help you to see things clearer. Would love to hear how you got on.

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    It's always easier to talk to someone you don't know. You should talk to a hubber, just to get things off your chest.
    I don't believe you are fine.

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    Just wanted to give you


 

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