I'm in tech school and having problems with the military lifestyle, coupled with personal problems. I'm having severe anxiety and loss of sleep. The sleep I do get, I have nightmares about my dead son. Im pretty sure im depressed too because I have no motivation and or care for any MTL's orders. I can feel myself slipping away. Ive already failed a block test, failed two open ranks and a room inspection, been on RMTD and just basically a mess of negative things to my name since coming to tech school. The worst part is I dont care at all. I want to be motivated and I want to succeed. I maintained a 3.9GPA when I was in college and worked a full time job. I dont know what it is, but ever since arriving at tech school all I can think about is the death of my son and my family back home. I feel a guilt that Ive never felt before and Im giving up. I just want to go home and I could care less how it gets done.
I feel like I need to talk with a chaplain..
You said it yourself -- see a chaplain and/or mental health provider. This is something you should discuss with your first Sgt in order to get help asap. It is not unusual to have problems adjusting to daily life in tech school. You have more time to yourself than you did in BMT now and unresolved issues will surface again. Best of luck to you.
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I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your son, please seek help from the resources afdad89 mentioned...folks are there to help you and help you through it or if the military is no longer an option for you, help get you back home.
I also ask that you go back to when you first came in to the recruiter's office and wanted to join and than look into the future and the benefits being in the Air Force. Ultimately your going to do what's best for you in your situation, just don't do something you would regret
Also if your having thoughts about hurting yourself or other's PLEASE,PLEASE seek help now...don't let things spiral out of control and make matter's worse for you or your family
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