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Could u help me (I feel sick in my mind)?

Asked by Yourusername (33points) April 19th, 2022

Hi everyone. I don’t usually ask for help on the Internet or in real life but now I feel like I need help. Last few days or weeks I am not sure, I feel down. I lost my passion for everything I liked, I procrastinate a lot, school and things I don’t give me much sense, I don’t know what to do with my life, I am anxious about my future, I don’t feel happy in all and after everything I do, I feel like an Idiot and regret I did something like that. what is happening to me? Could u help me? PLS help

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Zaku's avatar

You could try watching this:

That’s what I’m doing. I recommended it to others who have been very over-stressed in these times, who said it helped them. It requires a lot of attention, though.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

Welcome to Fluther. Thank you for reaching out to us while you’re feeling low. It takes courage to reach out. Thank you for being brave.

I suggest that you tell exactly what you wrote here to a counsellor at school or to a teacher you trust there. They will be a good place to go, and they will know about resources where you live to get you help.

I wish you good luck.

filmfann's avatar

I have been through this. I understand how you feel.
Talk to someone who is trained to help. School counselors are modestly trained and over burdened, but they might be a good starting point to find the kind of help you need.
Don’t give up.

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Smashley's avatar

Brain chemistry is a bitch, but thankfully there are ways to cope. Use the resources that are out there. School counselors may help, but professional counseling and possibly medication can turn your whole life around. I’m not sure what exactly you need, but you need to be brave or scared enough to get yourself to a clinician who can help.

Easier said than done, I know. I dodged getting help for 15 years, and I really wish I hadn’t.

SnipSnip's avatar

Talk to you mother.

gondwanalon's avatar

Try associating with up positive people and avoid negative people. And definitely don’t play verbal games with negative people (designed to beat you up). When there is a game being played there is a winner and a loser. And guess who is the the loser?
Try to avoid negative thoughts. Someone said, “As you think so shall you be” also, “What you think about comes about”. Not easy to do. Many of us (especially me) often beat ourselves up with negative thoughts.
Talking to a professional counselor and listening to motivational speakers.
Good health!

Pandora's avatar

I’m with others in talking to the school counselor. I remember way back in olden times when I was in High School, reaching out to my school counselor. She was able to help me out. I found her very soothing to talk to and proactive. I was having issues with a teacher at the time. They are very knowledgeable in teen issues and can help you. If you are worried about how you may appear to the counselor, don’t worry. You are not the first student who feels this way and you won’t be their last student. People who go into this field are usually very empathetic and will do all they can to help you resolve your issues and can better direct you to the help you need, and if it is more then they are capable of helping. Don’t feel embarrassed to ask for help. If you had a fever you would see a doctor. This is no different, and you never know you may actually need to see a doctor. Depression sometimes can be linked to diet or thyroids or some physical ailment or medications.

Remember it is your life. You should do whatever it takes to live it well. You owe that to yourself. So do what is necessary to make that happen. Always reach out.
And welcome to fluther.

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kruger_d's avatar

Talk to a trusted adult. Not understanding a health problem is way more scary than dealing with it. You just have to get the ball rolling.

KRD's avatar

That is how it is for me @kruger_d.

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