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    An_251597 posted:
    I swear I think I'm going crazy. I need help and I just don't know how to get it. I'm hoping this is a step closer. I can feel myself each day getting closer to the edge. I need help. A therapist if you will. I know I'm fudged up. And going through a rough journey as I am now is definitely making it worse. I feel so alone in a world full of people.
     
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    rohvannyn responded:
    Hi there! Welcome to the group. Help is out there, you can check the tips section and also the resources. There's no harm in calling a crisis or advice line too, sometimes they have access to free local resources. If you have health insurance, sometimes you can get a counselor to talk to as well. And there are listening "ears" here if you need to write about your feelings. Best of luck!


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