Squishlover

122d

Guys I'm freaking out. today is my last day at a job that has been very stressful for me but has given me lots of time with my daughter. pay was shitty and no future and I was treated like poop. I start my new job Thursday but I'm having major panic attacks and self doubt. the new job is with a big company and I'm scared they will see how messed up I am. I need encouragement

Venlafaxine

Anxiety (Including GAD)

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  • jamie325

    122d

    Stay positive. Enjoy the next few days with your daughter. Make lots of memories. If you think happy thoughts and always look for the positive in ANY situation you will be on the road for a much less stressful life.

  • Nikko81

    122d

    Try to remain positive…

  • Hannah_6

    121d

    It sounds like my old struggles before I got on my meds. I used to get sent home just from meltdowns. We can be friends I know your struggles all too well. Zoloft is what's helped me with anxiety and depression. If you drop me a message, I will open up more about it. I get made fun of for being a grown child mentally.

    • jamie325

      120d

      it's a shame there are people that make fun of you. I take zoloft and venlafaxine for my anxiety and depression. It is a lifesaver.

  • ChloeMae

    121d

    You got this!! You deserve this new job. You made it there for a reason. Try to block out the intrusive thoughts, you are going to do amazing!!!

  • Gitsie

    120d

    Congrats on the new job! Everyone is messed up, it’s just that some people hide it better than some of us. I always feel like an imposter and that people are going to “find me out” that I’m actually not “supposed to be there.” But that’s just your low self esteem and anxiety talking. You’re good enough and smart enough, and they hired you because you’re qualified! The great thing about large organizations is that you can usually just put your head down and do your job, and as long as you don’t make a big scene, nobody will notice you much. You’ll do fine.

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