kocher wrote: ↑
Mon Oct 30, 2017 9:33 am
If you don't feel like you can talk to your doctor, you should try to contact a hotline or someone you feel like you can confide in. Just talking about these things can be therapeutic, which I'm guessing is why you come to the lunatics here.
I wanted advice on what to tell my professor. But it's too late, he thinks I'm an absolute nutter now. He told me to come to his office to talk about it after I told him I had a "bad reaction" to a prescription medication, and pretty much as soon as he started talking to me I started crying non-stop. And we were in a room with a bunch of people since he had to move from his office, and this guy from my class was there and started talking to me and trying to tell me he's been there and completely understands. He thought I was crying about being overwhelmed with schoolwork... So he invited me to join his study group. Nice but nosy guy. Literally came out of the classroom to follow us after my professor and I went outside, and just stood there listening. Then I took another double dose of xanax because I had class after that and couldn't stop crying, but it made me even more delirious. I managed to drive home without killing anyone, but when I got home I saw my neighbor walking by the place I was going to park, so I quickly just parked in front of my house, turned off my car, and put my seat down. As I waited for her to pass so I could avoid talking to her, I ended up falling asleep for a few hours.
But it's cool because my professor gave me extra time to finish the assignment and said usually he would ask students for a doctor's note, but he could tell I wasn't bullshitting him because I was crying so much. I wonder if he connected the dots and realized I was trying to kill myself.