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I've given up wanting to live
I'm 15 and I'm a female and I think i might have depression and anxiety because I feel so sad, angry, and scared all the time and like I'm going to fail at everything but I have no motivation I used to be happy before I just started feeling sad and like I was sinking into a hole that I was digging no matter how desperate I was to get out and it's been like this for going on three years and I started cutting about two years ago at first small one here and there but then more often this year I guess to cope to feel something that wasn't sadness or anger I wanted to feel something anything honestly I didn't care what it was which is weird because the first time I cut it was so small and as soon as I saw the blood my heart started racing and I couldn't breathe I remember getting really dizzy and feeling sick I remember how much that small little cut hurt like my arm was being sawed off and how I starting crying uncontrollably but do you think I could be depressed and have anxiety?
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I think  you are unhappy  about yourself?!!! You wanted to prove something  and you are not able to. And,  you seek help and you don't  want to ask?!!!!
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Do consult a psychologist
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Hi there. I went through your query in detail and can understand what you must be going through. Emotional problems at your age is not common. Depression is just one of the problems that you are going through. You have much larger issues at hand and that is of underlying developing personality disorder. It is quite possible that your attempts at self harm are due to that. It is important that you talk to your parents and seek a psychiatric consultation to undergo complete evaluation without any delay. Treatment with medications and psychotherapy can offer you much better chance of feeling normal again.
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Visit a psychiatrist and get yourself evaluated.
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Maintain a diary and start venting out your feelings on a daily basis.
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