I don't believe I've reached a level of depression I had in tenth grade right now, but I want to do everything in my power to avoid that situation. I was so unhappy then - physically and mentally. Now I'm experiencing what I would describe as a mild depression. I want to know if there's a therapy group or a therapist I can see that would be free or inexpensive. As a college student, who only works twice a night as a back server, I don't make a whole lot, but I recognize that I need to deal with my demons. My greatest fear is that my depression or negativeness may effect my relationship with my fiance and later my children. I would also love to improve my relationship with my mother. I love her so much and she has helped me so much, too, yet I don't know how to deal with her sometimes. I think in order for me to develop as a person I need to first resolve my issues with my mom/my family/myself.
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