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    Hello everyone. I'm new round here, so sorry if this is in the wrong forum or anything...
    But I'm looking for a bit of advice. For the past two months I've felt generally really low and rubbish, nothing too major, but just totally unlike myself. I have no energy at all or motivation to do things that I previously found great pleasure in doing.
    The last two or three weeks things have taken a turn for the worse and I get so low at school that i sometimes go for days without talking much at all. I often have to leave my lessons because I'm worried that I'll break down into tears.

    I'm really scaring myself and I don't want to carry on like this. Any tips on how to overcome this? and am I depressed...??
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    Did anything happen in the last two months that started this change? Sometimes a big life event can spark low mood. Do you have any physical symptoms as well alongside this?

    I would encourage you not to keep things to yourself as it won't solve the problem. Talk to someone - parent, friend, teacher or GP. This is the first step, from then you can work out the next steps to take.
 
 
 
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