For those of you who have, are there any long term consequences? By this I mean does it go on record which an employer can pull up, do you get to choose when to leave? Does anyone have to know about the reasons why? Lately my moods have been getting the best of me, even on medication. I can feel myself breaking down and shutting down. I feel out of control most of the time or as if I don't care about anything. I don't think I'm suicidal, but I do know I want to shut down and be in a place where I don't have to worry about forcing myself to function..which is nearly impossible to do right now. I want to go to the hospital and just feel relief, but not jeopardize my reputation doing so because I don't want potential employers to second guess my reliability based on a few rough times in my life.
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