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Almost died again by Cyril Drimmerneck - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 20:12:44 EST ID:0PJ7z1R+ No.520001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I went to a concert with my gf and sister and her friends.

I took some benzos I never tried before.

The police found me outside in the parking lot with frost on my body. They brought me to the station to warm up and sent me to the hospital.

I woke up in the hospital and was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and recommended to see a therapist. First session was today.

I came out here looking for a job, and now this happened. I probably have a police report on me now, though I will not have been charged with anything. I assume any company who looks at me will see it.

I feel like I just fucked myself for life. Probably the worst part about it is I don't even care that I almost died. It doesn't bother me at all.

So now what? What the fuck do I do?
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Cyril Drimmerneck - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 20:14:55 EST ID:0PJ7z1R+ No.520002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Some extra background:

Been unemployed for 11 months now.
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Edward Sadgefit - Mon, 13 Nov 2017 21:49:50 EST ID:JI9kO00V No.520003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520001
If anything was recorded, it was done so in a medical record. Not even the government can dig into them. Let alone your employer.
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Cyril Drimmerneck - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 15:41:15 EST ID:0PJ7z1R+ No.520017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>520003

Thank you
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Simon Sarrygold - Tue, 14 Nov 2017 16:38:13 EST ID:xRl6iQCM No.520018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that situation sounds like a "wake up call" to me... but thats just what i feel
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David Cleshfick - Wed, 15 Nov 2017 17:14:06 EST ID:Svgtf+UD No.520045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just reinforcing what >>520003 said.

You need to be charged with some kind of crime(innocent or guilty doesn't matter) for there to be a record of you in a court database that companies can see. Mental health stuff where the police get involved isn't going to do anything.

Unless you have some medical debt now you aren't in much of a different position than you were before this happened.


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