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I had an initial assessment last week to see if CBT would help me with my anxiety. During the assessment when I said alcohol was the only thing that got rid of these horrible constant butterflies I get every few months, I was told the clinic I'd been referred to did not accept customers with either drug or alcohol problems. I'd been sent there from substance abuse clinic and as I was classed as not alcohol dependant it could be up to a year before CBT.
am sorry for rambling on but I've now got to go to the non alcohol clinic tomorrow for CBT. As I complained there the last time I'm now getting worked up about going there tomorrow .
part of me is telling me not to go, and the sensible (if there is one!) is saying if i want help I have to go.
Has anyone had CBT and if so did it help? or was it a waste of time.
Because I've put this appointment to the back of my mind as I didn't want to think about it, my anxiety has gone sky high.
i keep thinking of the bottles of wine in the fridge, as I know I'll calm down. Now I won't be able to sleep and just as I've started to feel better am back where I started.
i suppose what I want is for someone to tell me to not go as its a waste of time
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