- Jul 26, 2019
If you went into a doctor's surgery and used the language you use in the headline of this thread or mention your thoughts around an "alternative", a doctor would take you very seriously indeed. They would doubtless recommend antidepressants which are designed to help you find a level to begin to get to the root.Honestly, I really don't. I mean, doctors do 7 years of medical school, and I'm supposed to walk into my GP's office and say "Doctor doctor, I'm sad because girls don't like me!" and expect this medical professional to help. Maybe they'll write me a prescription for Match.com? But seriously, even hypothetically, antidepressants and suchlike are temporary, and do nothing to address the root cause.
Id also say the 7 years of training they have will in part enable them to help you address your problem with patience and understanding. The fact they are paid may well help them offer the higher degree of patience you need.
Take care dude.