I have been trying to see a psychiatrist for about a month now. I screwed up the paperwork, took it to the wrong building, forgot a page... so needless to say I didn't the 3 to 4 day call to make an appointment. By the time I realized my mistake(s), I felt I was hanging on by a thread. My husband took me to the psych's office, just so I could talk to his nurse and see if I could make an appointment, and I totally lost it. As soon as I starting talking to her, I couldn't control my crying and my hands were shaking like crazy. I can't understand this reaction. She suggested I go to urgent care, (in the same building). The psych was called in anyway. Of course from the way I was acting, he wanted to calm me down so he gave me something called clonazepam. I looked it up online and it says it's very addicting, even if taken as prescribed. I only have .25 mg, and know that's a low dose, but still.
He also suggested I not go to NA meetings. He said that's a prime place to find a connection, and honestly, I was feeling SO down, I knew that and was kind of hoping to find one. I did not go last night.
So my questions are; Should I quit going to NA, knowing if someone offered me a line I would do it? Keep going to NA because the guys I met there said it saved their lives to go to NA? Is clonazepam so addicting I'll be facing more withdrawl?