I'm dreading waking up evey morning =[

Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by Anju, Sep 2, 2008.

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  1. Anju

    Anju Well-Known Member

    I've gotten to the stage where I just don't want to wake up, I don't want to face tomorrow. It's like nothing will ever change. And my doctor has just out and out gave up on me, she reffered me to a different specialist and told me she'd get back to me on how long thw waiting list was and guess what? She never got back to me! And she's said that I don't really need to come to see her anymore but hello! I went to see her what, 3 times?? And I feel worse now than when I started :sad: I just want to gie up, I mean she's obviously decided that I'm better...

    What the hell :cry: how am I supposed to get through this with no one? :nerves: :cry:
  2. Colourful

    Colourful Well-Known Member

    Aww, wow that's pretty rude of your doctor to do that..unless of course she genuinely thought you were better but she's only seen you 3 times! =S

    I feel the same as you - not wanting to wake up in the morning and face another day...it's actually why i dread sleeping too so i try to stay up as late as i can..

    Didn't she referr you to someone else though? are you not seeing anyone right now?

    Don't give up...It will get better :hug:
  3. Anju

    Anju Well-Known Member

    No I'm not seeing anyone right now though she has reffered me, she was supposed to give me a definate time scale for the waiting list but she hasn't yet and the estimate she gave me was 3 months. That's 3 months with no form of help! :sad:and this was after it took so much effort to reach out for that help in the first place. This isn't what I expected at all :cry:
  4. Melmoth the Wanderer

    Melmoth the Wanderer Well-Known Member

    I'm sorry the doctor didn't help you. :hug: What kind of doctor is she? A psychiatrist? A general physician? In any case, it sounds like she's either ignorant or incompetent--I know that's harsh of me to say, but I've come across many such a medical professional in my short lifetime, and there seems to be a ready supply.

    Don't wait any longer. Find another doctor on your own, if you can. This doctor was a dud; hopefully, the next one will be better. It's worth the effort, I assure you.

    Take the day moment by moment. Try to get through today without worrying about tomorrow. Every time your thoughts turn towards tomorrow, refocus on what you're doing. I know this isn't easy, but it might help decrease the anxiety.
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