It’s okay. It is quite alright to acknowledge that you are in some form of crisis, one way or another. Just remember one thing. You are not alone. Particularly at this time, there are just so many, just like you, who are finding themselves having to go into crisis mode. It could be seen as a way of dealing with the related crisis. But so it goes that more often than not, it would seem now, many people are finding it very hard to cope indeed.
So much so that they feel just so hopeless. They are not in a position to think clearly or rationally and oftentimes, they end up making whatever problems they are dealing with worse. There are also those who simply sit on a particular problem and just wish it would go away already, hopefully by the next morning at least. But more often than not, that is not how it rolls. So it goes that such people need to avail themselves for a bout of adult crisis stabilization radcliff consultations.
As the old saying goes; you just never know until such time that you have tried. You never really know until such time that you have asked. And you will definitely get nowhere with your problems if you keep it all to yourself and delude yourself that, yes, one way or another, you’re going to make it somehow. That may well be positive sentiment but in reality, the more severe problems are, the more you need to turn to others for help.
So really, at the end of the day, there is no real shame in asking others for help, and in this case at least, it will be professional. Be well and safe.