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BlunderBussParticipantOctober 12, 2017 at 2:36 pm #152609
My girlfriends having a tough time right now. We’re in college together. She lives ways away from campus with some friends, and she carpools here. When she shows up. She used to work basically full-time late-shift at a grocery store, and it really screwed up her sleep schedule. Basically, she can’t sleep at night, so she just stays up all night crying, and then sleeps all day, missing her classes and dramatically decreasing how much we see each other, and how much human contact she gets period. I can’t force her to stay up all day, because we tried that a couple times, and the next day she would always go back into this. There are therapists that have been recommended to her, but she always puts off calling them, even if I try really hard to get her to.
I’ve thought about calling her roommates, but I’m not sure how much help they’d be, how much they’d care (because they know, and have done nothing,) and it might upset her. What can I do? I love her, and I’m afraid she’ll drop out.
Randomguy12345ParticipantOctober 14, 2017 at 4:59 pm #152821
The best thing you can do is to let her know that you’re there for her, no matter what.
Puzzled2ParticipantOctober 14, 2017 at 6:07 pm #152824
As long as you’ve offered good advice once, and she understood you, there’s nothing more you can do. Maybe she would listen to and follow advice from her parents. If you know her parents, consider discussing this problem with them. Sometimes a person can’t be saved from himself/herself. Good luck.
BlunderBussParticipantOctober 14, 2017 at 6:33 pm #152826
I know there’s not much I can really do, it’s just hard to watch. Especially being in love. She has a relationship with her parents that I don’t quite understand and I think trying to contact them for any reason would be a bad idea. It’s a good thought, it just doesn’t work in this case.
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