I don't know what to do about this. I am crying at work regularly, when I have a demand which I feel I can not meet, or when something isn't going right, or I am just under normal pressure for my position, I am starting to feel like I can not cope.
I keep getting worked up, I can explain it like I start to feel tense usually when I'm talking to someone about what I have to do, or if I realise I have a lot to do etc, or I'm worried about my past work.
My head gets tense and I start crying, I think my low mood because of feeling the demands, is making me feel like I can not do it,
today for example at lunch I met colleagues outside, I realised I'm clenching my teeth, frowning, wavery voice, and head crumbling and tears on and off throughout the day.
I'm finding it really hard to deal with and all the excersizes I've found on the internet, I don't feel like anything will work, I know that isn't the way to think, but I feel like I need help now, since it is so regular and if it isn't the only days it doesn't happen (crying) is when I'm not under pressure.
So it's like a response to pressure, which I feel is unmanageable.
Do you think I should visit my GP? I've been offered CBT before, and didn't follow though after a few early consultations because it kept meaning taking time off work to go (using my holidays), but I don't really have the time to keep going once a week during work hours.
I'm already seeing a counsellor, but it doesn't seem long enough time, to be able to help me manage at the moment at work.
Any ideas? sorry for the long post and lack of positivity, everything outside of work is ok.
Post Edited (HappyBean) : 8/13/2013 3:52:41 PM (GMT-6)