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How to deal wiht meltdowns

Discussion in 'Help and Support' started by FlowerFlo, Dec 12, 2021.

  1. FlowerFlo

    FlowerFlo Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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    For me unknown reasons i currently cant have a day wiht people in it, wihtout ending in what i think is a meltdown.And i always have a hard time dealing and recovering from these. What is something that could help?
     
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    Thinx Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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    This sounds difficult. What have you tried so far? Maybe take some quiet times throughout the day to chill out? Are you in a school or college environment? It can be hard to get quiet time with a lot of people around. Do you have anyone you can talk to about this? A therapist could probably help you work out what triggers you and how to avoid triggers and strategies to cope with things.
     
  3. FlowerFlo

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    I go to school and its one of the main triggers for my meltdowns. Because of that,i am home, until we find something to prevent these meltdowns. I have accutally a hard time talking about more difficult topics to therapist. I always forget the important things when i talk to her.