Scorpiosfriend358

230d

How can you manage depression while taking college classes? I’ve had depression for years and over time I’ve loss motivation how can I manage my depression while actively taking classes?

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  • MartyCasey

    230d

    Kratom

    • Scorpiosfriend358

      230d

      how much does it cost to buy?

  • Tiyanna

    230d

    CBD Delta 8 is the best....it gives you a nice calm relaxing high

    • Scorpiosfriend358

      230d

      do you have any idea how much it cost? I’ve never bought it before.

  • AnimalBoy

    230d

    My biggest issue with depression and college has been executive dysfunction. It helps to set alarms and make up a reasonable schedule of plans for the day including a decent amount of breaks and times to eat/snack.

    • Scorpiosfriend358

      230d

      thank you I’ll try that

      • AnimalBoy

        230d

        no problem I hope it helps

    • ZeepZoop

      229d

      I second this, using a calendar and alarms has helped me immensely. I still sometimes miss deadlines or classes on accident but have been forthcoming with the school about my mental health and my professors have been understanding.

    • AMWes

      229d

      i second this completely

  • ZeepZoop

    229d

    If you feel comfortable, you can ask for accommodations from your school (at least my school has this ability and others too I think). I gave the educational access center of my school a doctor's letter of my depression diagnosis, talked abour how I'm very slow on exams and can't always finish them, and now for example I have extra time to take exams which really helps me stress out much less.

  • KrispyKris

    228d

    If possible, take fewer classes and or try remote classes. I had to cut back on classes and only took 2 or 3 a semester. I know this isn't an option for everyone but it sure did help

  • MatchaBunn

    228d

    Definitely reach out to the counselor on campus, if you’re able to. That helped me get my meds set up and at least have someone to talk to about what was going on. Don’t be afraid to be honest with staff and friends; you are struggling and you need help. They may be able to offer alternatives to getting work done and attending class. I didn’t get accommodations when I was severely depressed in college. I pushed myself to burnout and trudged through mostly on my own. You deserve to get that help, though. You deserve to enjoy and look forward to your life. It’s okay to struggle, but there are plenty of people who want to help you succeed.

    • Scorpiosfriend358

      228d

      thanks for the advice this was really nice to hear. I’m sorry you didn’t get to what you needed out of your experience. I hope you’re doing well now.

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