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This is going to be long. (Ik it’s best to talk to a professional but I don’t want to and I can’t talk to my parents because they don’t believe in mental health lol😂)
Irdfk what the problem is so any suggestions will be great. Every now and then I will just fully have a mental breakdown and be crying.
Another thing is that I will also feel like I have to do something. It’s not like there is a voice telling me to do it but it makes me uncomfortable and uneasy when I don’t do it. For example, I jumped out a window ( it was only on the first floor though😂) in a restaurant and poured a drink over someone’s head when someone said that I wouldn’t.

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I’m also convinced that people are looking at my fat and I try make my friends overeat so they will be fatter than me. I can’t eat in front of people and only feel truly comfortable when I’m eating on my own and I’m scared of eating over 800 calories.


Thank you to any ideas or help and tbh ty for even reading this. 🙂
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How old are you OP?
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You can get help without your parents input at the age of 16 as legally you're entitled to confidentiality at that age.
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But Idk if it’s worth it because I don’t know whether I’m being dramatic and whether it’ll sort itself out when I’m a little bit older
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You can get help without your parents input at the age of 16 as legally you're entitled to confidentiality at that age.
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Are you boy or girl?
Are you studying in high school?
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Girl in high school
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But Idk if it’s worth it because I don’t know whether I’m being dramatic and whether it’ll sort itself out when I’m a little bit older
Well. You're not a professional. See someone who knows about mental health (not all GPs do) tell them what you experience. Let them make the choice if you dont know if you're being dramatic.

PS I don't think you are being dramatic.
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I've been in your situation and I get not wanting to speak to someone. Trust me, you can't solve it by yourself and the internet won't help you really. Tell a family member before you harm yourself
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it sounds to me that maybe there is a lack of efforts put into a specific aim in your life. I obviously do not know you ans do not be offended at all. as this is a general idea that I see commonly with youngsters. their focus isn't put into one place. and they can not do that alone unless someone tells them as they get distracted. I believe that now u can see that most of the actions you mentioned are random and have no correlation to suggest any mental health issue. but the only common factor could be is your physical health. why not start few exercises in your room. no one has to know. consistency is a key. just few at first. start small. and if you feel after 2 weeks that your body is some hose starting to cooperate you can increase it at your level. also if you are someone who doesn't mind joing the gym free hours you can do that and try the leisure centres in your area. they sure have free hours for anyone.
drink water more frequently too
eat fruits as they have antioxidants that will help detox stress and anger.
dark chocolate is great too.
diet and physical health is very important.

if you d like to ask any questions you can always contact me on here.

all the best
with love and peace
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Ty so much. ❤️ I’ll probably talk to someone soon
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Well. You're not a professional. See someone who knows about mental health (not all GPs do) tell them what you experience. Let them make the choice if you dont know if you're being dramatic.

PS I don't think you are being dramatic.
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How did it go for you? Do you mind saying what your situation was? : )
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I've been in your situation and I get not wanting to speak to someone. Trust me, you can't solve it by yourself and the internet won't help you really. Tell a family member before you harm yourself
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Ty for the advice. At the moment I do exercise for 30 minutes in the morning and an hour in the evening(I’m on holiday so I’ve got lots of time) and drinking water isn’t an issue as I don’t like fizzy drinks but is there more I could do bc that doesn’t seem to work :/. Please give more advice and ty for giving me more ideas ❤️
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it sounds to me that maybe there is a lack of efforts put into a specific aim in your life. I obviously do not know you ans do not be offended at all. as this is a general idea that I see commonly with youngsters. their focus isn't put into one place. and they can not do that alone unless someone tells them as they get distracted. I believe that now u can see that most of the actions you mentioned are random and have no correlation to suggest any mental health issue. but the only common factor could be is your physical health. why not start few exercises in your room. no one has to know. consistency is a key. just few at first. start small. and if you feel after 2 weeks that your body is some hose starting to cooperate you can increase it at your level. also if you are someone who doesn't mind joing the gym free hours you can do that and try the leisure centres in your area. they sure have free hours for anyone.
drink water more frequently too
eat fruits as they have antioxidants that will help detox stress and anger.
dark chocolate is great too.
diet and physical health is very important.

if you d like to ask any questions you can always contact me on here.

all the best
with love and peace
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Your mental health issue is a bit severe, you may PM me if you'd like
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What is actually wrong with me tho and what can I do to change?
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Your mental health issue is a bit severe, you may PM me if you'd like
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I think you should seek help from doctor.
Do you study well?
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What is actually wrong with me tho and what can I do to change?
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I have some moods where I work hard but a lot of the time I just can’t be bothered with it tbh
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I think you should seek help from doctor.
Do you study well?
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You have violence tendency?
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I have some moods where I work hard but a lot of the time I just can’t be bothered with it tbh
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Wdym violence tendency? Just confused 🤷*♀️
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You have violence tendency?
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