I go to group therapy everyday. However, sometimes because of certain circumstances, I cannot make 5 days a week required attendance. I've already been threatened by the attendance supervisor that if I keep missing days, I may be discharged from the program. This week, I have to miss 3 days and I'm worried that I will be confronted about my attendance again. I have legitimate reasons why I'm missing so many days. I have some unexpected business to take care of. Anyway, I'm also afraid to speak to the supervisor because she is very intimidating to me. Therefore, I told the supervisor of the therapists about my dilemma. She said she will talk to the attendance supervisor about my situation. However, the therapist supervisor tried to talk me about why I tend to isolate myself from people that can trigger my depression. I found myself arguing and defending myself to her that I'm perfectly happy to being alone but she wouldn't buy it and tried to convince me to build up my socialization skills so I won't be so lonely and depressed. I told her I am content being by myself. When she addressed my depression, I felt she was letting me know that I won't recover from depression unless I get to socialize more. I don't agree. So, I am now very frustrated and upset about the whole situation and now I'm depressed again. I don't feel I'm depressed all the time. I take meds for that and I thought I was doing pretty good until she pointed it out to me. I am confused now and wished I never talked to her. She ruined my day.