I have to admit that it had taken me quite a bit to warm to the idea of seeing someone regarding my depression as well. My father made me go since he thought I was traumatized by his divorce from my mother when I was 3 (BS, btw), and I was on depression meds as soon as I was 13. I thought something was wrong with me. Why were they making me take crazy meds? I'm not crazy, just sad that I can't live up to everyone's expectations. Even years after I graduated, it took my hubbs (we were dating at the time) to actually see someone and see if they could just help me sort things out. I needed a second opinion from a third party, who could teach me the skills to overcome the constant sadness and tension I carried with me like the plague.
That was when I said enough was enough, and started to see a social worker. What could hurt? It's just talking, after all. She had no power over me unless I admitted I was a danger to myself or others...but it wasn't like she was judging me either. She was there to teach me the social skills I needed, that my mother never taught me, so that I could move forward on my own. Granted, I needed medication to get over the hurdle so I could learn those skills better....but it too, was the best call I ever made.
Since then I have been able to label what it was I needed to work on, and work towards mending what is broken. It took a lot of forgiveness, strife, and personal failures to see that, but that was me...
....My point is, don't ever feel like your situation is too little to talk to someone to. What is the worst they will say? Tell yourself that it is temporary, and you just need some room to clear your head. That's all it is, and it wont harm you to talk to someone who can offer the best advice. Start small, have one session with a Social Worker, and go from there. If you don't think it is for you, ask them for other options. Your doc would be a great start to get referrals.
I wish you the best, Rel. Please know my inbox, like many of the wonderful folks here, are willing to listen if you give them the chance. Stay strong, and know you aren't alone in the battle.