i am/was on antidepressants (most of them) on and off throughout the years. they help with depression more than anxiety.
but i'm isolating myself. i never work because my father gives me money ,so my anxiety is keep getting worse and worse.
the only thing that helps with anxiety is exposure/facing my fear and forcing myself to be social, but i never do that myself because i'm in love with my comfort zone ( home/the gym and grocery store are in the same street that i live in. i don't even do shopping. "very rarely"
you're on the right track. experience comes with practice, you still young. and if things didn't work, look for another job.. just don't give up. and i always think you are cute as fook, but you are now nicer and less badass =)
Meds to help anxiety seem hard to come by. It all depends on the person and how they react and the right dosage.
Damn, that sucks. I'm sure there's people in the same boat as you. Whenever I lived with my mom, she would buy stuff for me every now and then. Once I moved out, I had to grow up quick.
Exposure is the best way to help. But be prepared to get embarrassed a lot. I had no choice but to do it through exposure and I've been embarrassed so many times, I'm used to it. If I get embarrassed now, I usually only think about it for five minutes at a time and move on. Comfort zones are a hard thing to get out of. I would recommend exposure if meds aren't your thing.
I won't give up. Gotta make it somehow. At least the manager was cool enough to give me another position. Either way, I'm going to have to deal with the public. Thank you.
Yea, everyone learns differently but the way the manager was talking to me over the phone made it sound like I was the only one he had who worked bad. I only had two days worth of training anyways. If he'd given me a week, I would've been better at it. But part of my job would've been to call customer service on their phone. I couldn't have done that.