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Posted: Oct 2nd, 2017 - 11:54 am In Reply to: Starting therapy tomorrow - Kerra

I totally understand. I ended up just getting out of MT. Being in MT when it all went bad brought back a depression, which I had not had in 20 years. The day I gave notice, was the day my depression disappeared.

The non-MT job I took was a mental-health booster.

That's all I have to offer. If this job is what's causing you that kind of stress, taking meds and having therapy is kind of like, well, counter-productive. You may come to sort of a baseline "just ok," but if you stay in the same situation, the meds and therapy cannot do their maximum potential.

It's kind of like being in an abusive marriage or staying in any bad relationship or situation, then taking meds and going to therapy to make it go away. At best, it will help you cope, I suppose, without crying all the time. But You have to get rid of the main problem, which is this job.

Good luck. It's the best I can come up with to help you. FYI: We all cry the first week of a new job!

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