I will try to make a long story short. For a few weeks I have been feeling great. Partly because of coming off my meds and depression was nowhere to be seen. I was called by our local recreation center to do damage control and train the coaches they had for the pee wee cheer squads. For weeks, I have been working with them and all was going well. Last week or the week before, I knew that things werent quite right again and I started taking my meds again. The crying, forcing myself to drive and leave my house and even take a shower all came back. I dropped 2 of the nights and felt confident that I could make it the other two. I get a call today telling me that I will be needed until the end of the season because parents lost faith in the org that is doing the cheerleading and their confidence and faith lies with me working with their children. One friggin night I get off and they couldnt pull it together. Noone knows that I suffer from major depression. I am well known in this community and I dont want to let them down but at the same time I dont want others to see me at my worst. I dont want the rec center to know that I suffer from anything other than stiff legs from stretches with the cheerleaders. What do I do?
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