Anonymous asked in HealthMental Health · 2 months ago

In a really bad condition, don't know where to go next. ?

I was diagnosed with severe depression and anxiety about 4-5 years ago, I'm 17, lately it's gotten a lot worse. My parents argue, when they do it's bad. It's constant. When it happens, Im now having panic attacks and mental breakdowns every argument, it affects me really bad. I don't know why, it just does. I feel like I'm losing my mind more and more everyday, I honestly think I might be going crazy, Ive started making shapes up in my head, and using my head as a pencil, drawing them in the air. None of that makes sense, I know, it's just this weird habit I cant stop doing. My father (who has passed) appears in many of dreams, I usually wake up in a swear, terrified, and start to cry. I go to a counselor/therapist, I take medicine every morning and night, I've been in the hospital twice for a week period both times, I don't know where else to go. Nothing helps, all the counselors say doesn't help, it's always the same stuff. Same basic "it gets better" lines. Where should I go with this? Any help is very appreciated. 

2 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    If you think you might be depressed, there's a lot of things that can help, and an advantage to having a professional who knows how to use them. I couldn't say exactly what kind of help you'd need but there are healthy lifestyle things that can help with all kinds of depression.

    I've answered a lot of depression questions, with advice from experts about standard treatments and self-help methods, which can enhance the effects of standard methods. Just click on my name and read if you like .

    This answer to somebody who felt hopeless was rated Best, 5 Stars -

    This answer has a variety of useful information for panic disorder.

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    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    You are just a pity seeking attention seeker.  Someone who was really diagnosed at your age would be in therapy and be able to talk to a professional instead of inventing stories online.

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