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DISCLAIMER: None of these sites/apps pay me to have their information listed. These are resources I have found helpful before.
I cannot promise you that the resources below will make everything better. I cannot promise that you will find what you need or guarantee that they're good sites for you right now.
But it's a start.
Ok, I guess I could see a doctor, but where do I start?
- If you are still a student, check your school's website to see if there is a department that offers free counseling
- Find out what your health insurance is and check their site for referrals
- Use sites like ZocDoc to read reviews before you go; read this WebMD article on how to find a therapist
Yes, you might be revealing something personal, but you also might bond with someone unexpectedly. Scary, yes? But when you consider this TEDTalk, where someone with depression describes how a woman confessed to him about having depression and keeping it a secret from her husband. The next day her husband came up to him and asked him to keep the same secret about himself.
What You Should Look For
I have put together a list, based on personal experiences I am hoping can help
“In a dark place we find ourselves, and a little more knowledge lights our way.”