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Problem unknown. Plz help

Hello doctor, my problems: fear at night(no delutions, hallucination), very low self esteem, social anxiety, mental pain while I have been seen by others, embarrassment in public, laziness, poor communication skills, don't know how to speak to others, negative thoughts, feel like others are laughing at me, no friends, don't know how to make friends, extreme fear while speaking to people, feel like I'm not muscular enough, feel like I'm an useless guy, good for nothing guy, I have a forgettable past, pain all over my body, extreme asthma, poor body structure, unreasonable fear, financial problems, torn acl, etc... I'm under medications for the past 5 years for schizophrenia. I don't believe that I have schizophrenia. I feel I have some kind of personality disorder. Now I need to change doctor. Whom should I consult? A psychiatrist or a psychologist? Where should I learn all these basic things? How to think positive? Where to learn personality development skills? Help me. Thank you.
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Ms. Hema Sampath Bangalore | Clinical Psychologist
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Hello,  for all those behaviour which u hv mentioned  are your childhood environmental causes.
May be u were pampered a lot Or
U was seeking attention .
It's  the non withdrawal of the childish nature is what the reason for you to dace these issues now.
Next Steps
I suggest you to meet a Psychological counsellor in ur city and have a clear understanding  about yourself  first..
With that you will come to know how to handle ur problems in life.
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Dr. Chethan R S Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there..... Take steps to control stress, to increase your resilience and boost your self-esteem. Reach out to family and friends, especially in times of crisis, to help you weather rough spells. Get treatment at the earliest sign of a problem to help prevent depression from worsening. Consider getting long-term maintenance treatment to help prevent a relapse of symptoms..... Consult Psychiatrist.....
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