I had your exact troubles. Still get 'em when I handle my diet poorly. I'd get these episodes where I was halfway stuck in another world where people burned and voices screamed, and there was no way for me to get into either one to get some god damn consistency in my own mind. I honestly recommend the paleo diet. Getting sugar out of your grub helps. It really, really does.
Not really a 'diet' in the crash-diet sense. Most people call it a lifestyle. It is a LCHF diet that doesn't 'count calories', and it shouldn't trigger your acid reflux. There's a bunch of websites and forums that offer information about this, and topics about the effects on mental health. Give me a shout if you need any help.
if your here i want you to read and respond. i t might sound strange but i want you to think of what hurts you so much. then let out any tears you have. next i want you write about all the dreams you have. after that if you believe in god i want you to pray. if you don;t pray anyway. after that think of everyone who cares about you. then write to me and promise me you'll live no matter what the circumstance
Try to calm yourself down. If you start getting a meltdown, get up and start to walk around the house or go outside. You can also draw/scribble to get things off your mind. Another thing is that you can start drinking tea to relax your mind. Try talking it out with your counselor/parents or friends without trying to make yourself angry.
So you’re saying you think you don’t need therapy at all? Or that you don’t need medication. You could be right about the meds. But just based on what you’re saying here, I think it would be a mistake to discontinue therapy. From having working in the psych unit before, I can tell you that often the experience of just being there appears to be traumatic for some people, especially the pediatric patients.
Then she isn’t serving her purpose. You need someone else.
I encounter this a lot. Patients don’t realize that when it comes to therapists, they are entitled to some degree of customer satisfaction. If you went to a restaurant and ordered something and didn’t like it, would you keep going back and ordering it again and again, in the hope that it would eventually taste good? No. Sometimes finding the right therapist is a chore. But it is worth it in the long run.