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I can't stand all the problems I have

Sadkittygirl1928

Sadkittygirl1928

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I'm at a really good point in my life, I finally got into college I got through the first week without having a breakdown of any type , I'm doing volunteer work and I'm on a new medication. But that being said I can't stand my mental health I can't stand all the problems I have and how dangerous my health has gotten. I Don't Want to Be Alive anymore, I'm so drained mentally mental health professionals can never figure out what's wrong with me I have like six or seven different mental disorders I can't even remember this point and just got diagnosed with bipolar and yet everyone is telling me it doesn't sound like bipolar. I'm sick of this I'm sick of being a mystery and not fitting in anywhere I just want to end everything
 
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ohioeddie

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I am to that point myself. Idk where to turn either. I hope everything turns out good for you.
 
Matthew 666

Matthew 666

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I'm at a really good point in my life, I finally got into college I got through the first week without having a breakdown of any type , I'm doing volunteer work and I'm on a new medication. But that being said I can't stand my mental health I can't stand all the problems I have and how dangerous my health has gotten. I Don't Want to Be Alive anymore, I'm so drained mentally mental health professionals can never figure out what's wrong with me I have like six or seven different mental disorders I can't even remember this point and just got diagnosed with bipolar and yet everyone is telling me it doesn't sound like bipolar. I'm sick of this I'm sick of being a mystery and not fitting in anywhere I just want to end everything
Hi mat here I know what you mean I have the same problem I don't know which way to turn or what to do sorry to hear what you're going through
 
Lunar Lady

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I'm at a really good point in my life, I finally got into college I got through the first week without having a breakdown of any type , I'm doing volunteer work and I'm on a new medication. But that being said I can't stand my mental health I can't stand all the problems I have and how dangerous my health has gotten. I Don't Want to Be Alive anymore, I'm so drained mentally mental health professionals can never figure out what's wrong with me I have like six or seven different mental disorders I can't even remember this point and just got diagnosed with bipolar and yet everyone is telling me it doesn't sound like bipolar. I'm sick of this I'm sick of being a mystery and not fitting in anywhere I just want to end everything
Hey Sadkitty :hug:

First of all - congratulations on getting into college. That's a great achievement and something you should be so proud of. :hug:

Secondly - congratulations on doing volunteer work. Do you know how exceptional you are to still help others and contribute to life when you're struggling with your own issues? If I was your mum, I would be so proud of you. :hug:

Thirdly (is that a word?) - congratulations on getting through your first week at college. It's overwhelming for all new students and takes real courage and strength to navigate. You did it! That's fantastic.

I can completely understand why your feelings are all over the place and you feel frightened about these conflicting diagnoses...but you're not a mystery or a misfit, sweetheart.

You're young, vibrant, caring, determined, special and...entirely unique.

We can't all fit into tick boxes - we're individuals, not a body of symptoms.

Make sure you make an appointment to talk to Student Services and get the full support offered by your college to help you through. You can ensure you have a registered health statement with the college so any extensions on deadlines you need can be arranged without fuss to take the pressure off.

Kitty, you look like every other student from the outside - and they're all just as scared and confused and afraid as you, darling.

Celebrate how far you've come - and build up some friendships with the students around you. They need your support as much as you need theirs.

Keep in regular contact with your GP (and make sure you're registered with a campus GP too if you're away from home) and stay up to date with your medical appointments. They WILL find a treatment plan that helps you - sometimes it takes a little time.

I think you're brave and truly amazing - you should feel so good about how you're coping, even if it doesn't feel like you are.

Wishing you so much happiness - and we're all here if you need us xxxx

:hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug:HUGS:hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug:
 
midnightphoenix

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Hey Sadkitty :hug:

First of all - congratulations on getting into college. That's a great achievement and something you should be so proud of. :hug:

Secondly - congratulations on doing volunteer work. Do you know how exceptional you are to still help others and contribute to life when you're struggling with your own issues? If I was your mum, I would be so proud of you. :hug:

Thirdly (is that a word?) - congratulations on getting through your first week at college. It's overwhelming for all new students and takes real courage and strength to navigate. You did it! That's fantastic.

I can completely understand why your feelings are all over the place and you feel frightened about these conflicting diagnoses...but you're not a mystery or a misfit, sweetheart.

You're young, vibrant, caring, determined, special and...entirely unique.

We can't all fit into tick boxes - we're individuals, not a body of symptoms.

Make sure you make an appointment to talk to Student Services and get the full support offered by your college to help you through. You can ensure you have a registered health statement with the college so any extensions on deadlines you need can be arranged without fuss to take the pressure off.

Kitty, you look like every other student from the outside - and they're all just as scared and confused and afraid as you, darling.

Celebrate how far you've come - and build up some friendships with the students around you. They need your support as much as you need theirs.

Keep in regular contact with your GP (and make sure you're registered with a campus GP too if you're away from home) and stay up to date with your medical appointments. They WILL find a treatment plan that helps you - sometimes it takes a little time.

I think you're brave and truly amazing - you should feel so good about how you're coping, even if it doesn't feel like you are.

Wishing you so much happiness - and we're all here if you need us xxxx

:hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug:HUGS:hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug::hug:
yep sadkitty is amazing :love::grouphug:
 
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