If you’re that bad then your pediatrician shouldn’t have taken you off medication. If you couldn’t cope with the medication you were on they could of tried other medication to see if that benefits you. Definitely go back to your doctor and discuss what they can do to help you. Maybe they’ll suggest counselling, if you have a pediatrician you’re obviously a young teenager and some doctors are reluctant to put young teenagers on strong medication, even if the symptoms are bad. I know you won’t want to hear this but an anxiety attack is just a rush of adrenaline, you need to tell yourself that when you’re feeling at your worst. With mental illness you do find out who your true friends are. You need to educated them on why you’re like this, explain to them what anxiety does to you, what your brain is doing, what the adrenaline does. If they don’t know they’re never going to be able to understand and relate to your situation. Try your best to explain to them what is going on inside of you and I know that difficult to get across to people. Remind them how appreciative you are of their support and how much you’d struggle without them. Remember, it’s difficult for other people to, this doesn’t just effect you. As for your parents you need to drum it into them that you’re struggling too and they perhaps need to cut you a bit of slack. They are not intentionally trying to hurt you so talk to them about how you’re feeling. Remember, go back to your doctor. I hope this helps, sorry for the late reply I’m backlogged with messages. Message me anytime :)
If your panic attacks are becoming a regular occurrence you need to speak to someone about it. Now, I’m not too good with the relationship side of things but your mental health is important. Whether that means telling this girl how you feel, keeping your distance or just enduring that’s your decision to make. You can do something about the panic attacks, regardless. It sounds like you’re stressing yourself out too much over this and that isn’t good for you. Tell someone about your anxieties, get your panic attacks seen to. I’m sorry I can’t be of further help with the relationship side of things and apologies for the late reply I’m backlogged with messages. I hope this helps, message me anytime :)
It’s not uncommon for people to have these thoughts, it probably isn’t very healthy though. Some do have these fleeting thought’s but it’s when they don’t go away you have a problem. It’s normal when you’re feeling down to think negatively about yourself. I don’t know whether it’s an anxiety disorder or not but I suggest telling someone your worries so you can get to the root of your problem. It may be an uncomfortable conversation but telling a family member or expressing your issues to a doctor is the best thing you can do. I hope this helps, sorry for the slow reply. Message me anytime :)
You’re not pathetic and yes, there are people who are worse off than you but it doesn’t make your problems less important. Maybe write down what you’re going to say? List everything that’s bothering you and then show your Mum and talk through them together. You need to see a doctor if your anxiety is that severe, it’s not fair on you to leave it. The first step is talking to your Mum. I hope this helps and please don’t apologize, you’re not bothering me. I’m here to help, sorry for the slow reply. You can talk to me anytime, anon or off! x
No, actually think about it. What would yo do if you weren’t afraid?
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