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Mr.B havinh issues

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MR.b

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Hello, I am new this forum i have never took a look at my mental health after a very stressfull life.
Ever since my brother commited sucide and i found him in my room, i fell like i have changed,i have gotten angerer, i am hearing auditory hallucinations , like sorry just angery thought seven when someone is being nice to me.I have grown very tired and drowsy and its been going on for 8 years now, and i am just tired and i wanna deal with it. I went to the Docter years ago and said its prob not schitzophrinia or however u spell it . Any ideas?/???


Sorry i feel kinda funny asking not use to asking for help.
Asking Kindly a 23 year old Deeply Depressed person
 
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jamesdean

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Hello mr.b
I think this forumi s designed for you I hope that you find it supportive freindly fun and certainly understanding of your issues,take care warm regards JD
 
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MR.b

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Thx for the welcome , i try to bother people with my problems but after 12 years its gets overwelming. : ))
 
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Devon

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Hi Mr B,

First of all let me say I am not a professional but my first thoughts were that perhaps your problems are related to your brother's death and not coming to terms with it.

Are you seeing a MH specialist or just your GP ?
 
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MR.b

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Hey thanks for the reply , that's good advice , but i am not experienced in really dealing with problems, just avoiding them lol. How do i deeply deal with this problem, i remember mourning for years. But sort become numb there after, i haven't even been able tog et emotional attached in a relationship for 4 years :(
i really don't know whats wrong.

:confused::confused::confused::confused:
 
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Devon

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First off, my advice would be to talk to your GP.

Tell him/her whatever you have told us.

As a professional they should be able to suggest the right people to talk to and refer you if necessary.
 
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