There are many sources of help for someone who deals with addiction, fear and depression. Here are a few suggestions on where a person can go to get help. Talk to a qualified counselor who can help you manage your fears and anxieties. They will be able to provide you with additional advice and insights on how to deal with your current problem.
2. Go To Your Local Hospital
Your local hospital can give you immediate assistance to your problems. They are also a good source of referrals and know of other professionals in your area that can help you.
3. Join A Support Group
There are all kinds of local support groups that can help you with your issues. Your local church and local hospitals can be a good source of information.
4. Network With Your Trusted Friends
Ask people you know and trust to see if they can lead you in the right direction in terms of finding assistance. Make sure you talk to people you trust because you don`t want them to tell other people about your problems.
5. Go To A Local Church
Talking to a priest or minister of a local church can be of great help. Many churches offer all kinds of support groups that deal with fear and anxiety.
6. Call Your County Government
Your county government offers many kinds of assistance program. Their phone numbers should be in the phone book and on the internet. In addition, using the internet and doing an internet search of support groups in your area can be of help.
No situation is hopeless. Your loved ones, friends, relatives, God, mental health counselors, priests, ministers, etc. are all good sources of help. They are all willing to help you and they can make a difference, but you must be willing to take advantage of this help.
Regardless of your situation, take advantage of the help that is around you. Remember: Every problem has a solution. You just have to find it.
Stan Popovich is the author of A Layman`s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods ".For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/