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Hi, My mother has schizophrenia and my parents got divorced when I was 2 yrs of age. My step mother treats me nicely. But recently I met my mother in Feb. She doesn't know I am her daughter and no one wanted to tell that to her fearing her health will deteriorate. But I am not feeling well I want warmth and love my own mother. I do not want to hurt my mother as well. Everyone says I am not thinking good to tell her about myself. Please suggest what should I do? Am I really suffering from depression?
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Go ahead and with the support of your grandmother have a family re-union. If she accepts you inspite of her illness it will be great. Support and taking care of her will be a big rewarding experience.
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This is not depression, its normal reaction to this stressful situation. You should consult a psychiatrist or psychologist for detailed evaluation.
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No it doesn't seem to be depression... Ur reaction is very much normal... Talk to a psychiatrist..
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Further evaluation about you not feeling is needed to come to a diagnosis. Consult a psychiatrist
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