Think of a person in your life from whom you hide your emotions. What is preventing you from telling this person how you feel? If you feel comfortable sharing, then post your response in a thread in our Structured Program forum. We would love to hear from you. Well I normally hide my emotions from everyone and keep them to myself. I don't really like to tell my parents how I feel because I don't feel like I get any sympathy from them and they think I am just being a baby, the only person I do tell how I feel is one of my friends who has helped me through all this process..which I am very grateful for. I went to the doctors today and they aren't concerned about my headache even though I have had it for 4 days running. I also sent Georgie a message and her response: Dear Sam. Alcohol depresses our system so we become less resilient to thing we might usually cope with. Rarely is a headache due to anything but stress. The fact that you were fine before and it suddenly came on for no apparent reason would nake me suspect that some thought/emotion was surfacing which your brain perceived to be a threat and therefore the headache is a protective response to stop you even being aware of what it was. Why not spend some time offloading in a free writing way to see what comes up? Maybe start the journaling and even meditation sessions (where your mindful focus could be internally on how you feel) by asking the question, 'What is causing this headache?' then let things flow as you follow your thoughts to see what comes up. It might need a few sessions, but letting go and allowing things to surface will work better than trying to find out. This headache is making me really depressed as normally I could lay down with my other pains and it wouldn't be as bothersome but this is constantly here. It feels like my head has a lot of pressure in it like its being squeezed..