I currently go to a substance abuse councelor. Recently my funding has been discontinued and I am forced into joining a group, rather than one on one. I feel like she is bullying me, and really thinks my problem is worse than it is. I currently drink less than once a week, and don't crave it hardly at all. To tell the truth I feel like going to this coucelor is just adding more anxiety at this point. I go to appointments on thursdays, and after that day I was depressed for the rest of the weekend. What I fear is that she can see past what I can, and my problem is worse than I think, and If I have to join this group it's twice a week and makes my scedule too hectic, causing even more stress. I feel like I could join this group and recieve support, but would it be enough? Is going to this group(which I don't even want) worth all the hassle? I would appreciate any advice!!
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