Taryn you have taken the first and most important step in the recovery process, by acknowledging your illness and considering what type of treatment would be best.
when i was studying, i had to defer twice for emergency surgery and it was tempting to quit altogether, but i forced myself to go back and graduate because i wanted a career and i wanted to prove my critics wrong.
I think you should find the therapy that best suits you and try and ignore negative input from the people who dont support you the way they should.
congrats on admitting you have a problem and need help, thats a hard thing to do-
please keep in touch and know that we are here to help, listen and maybe offer advice when we can- take care,
'He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds.' (Psalm 147:3)
Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, CFS, Fibromyalgia, TMJ disorder, Endometriosis, PCOS, Chronic E.N.T infections, Reactive Arthritis, GERD, Sinusitis, IBS, Allergies, Glandular fever, Migraines, Anemia, Chemical/Noise/Light sensitivity, Trichotilomania, PTSD, Seasonal Mood Disorder, OCD, Benign Vertigo, Impaired immune system. Tachycardia, tinnitus, low clotting factor= bruising. Tendonitis, Bursitis.
Meds: Zoloft 150mg. Xanax 4mg. Celebrex. Mobic. Panadeine Forte. Digesic. Nexium.
Multiple surgeries- I bear the scars of my poor physical health.
Age:28. First diagnosed at 14. Proud Aussie.