Welcome to HealingWell and the Depression. I am so very sorry for your loss and I know losing a friend is a very painful experience.
I would like to see you sit down and talk to your parents telling them how you feel at this time. Perhaps it is time for you to see your physician and have a good physical check up.
You may benefit from some kind of counseling as your kind of stuck right now in your life.
Does your boyfriend feel the same way as you do as you hinted you don't want to miss any of his emails?
Remember you are a very important person and learn to love yourself.
Kitt, Co-Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
Post Edited (Confusedli) : 10/31/2008 8:56:26 AM (GMT-6)
Li has said it well, enjoy this time in your life and maybe see a counselor to help you through the reasons for your anger.
The best part of having a boyfriend that is a distance away is the reunions, you are so happy to see them and you can share what each of you have been doing.
Hi Chris, I have read the other posts and agree with what was said. I do think you would benefit from having a couselor to talk to. There are probably people to help you through your campus health. I know you may not think so, but these can be the best years of your life. You are so lucky to be able to go to such a good college with wonderful classes and professors. This is the time to take advantage of all your school has to offer. And as far as friends at school, I think it would help you if you tried to get to know some people better and form some good friendships. You can still fit in time to email your boyfriend. And if the relationship is meant to be it will stand the test of time. Trust me, when you are older you will greatly value the time you spent at this college and all you will learn. It's time to branch out and enjoy your classes and join in a few organizations. I don't think you will regret doing this. Take care and let us know how you are doing. There is always someone here to answer your post.