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I'm hurt. I just have a lot of pain in me and I'm so depressed and desperate?
There's only one thing I want in the world and nobody could possibly understand why. No, Literally!!!!!! F U * *! People don't believe me because it's just a cliche' that people f*cking use way too much! "NOBODY UNDERSTANDS!" But it's really true for me. It's not a guy, it's not love, it's not my self esteem, it's not anyone I've ever lost even.Sad, but true! I could care less if I was starving to death because nothing in the real world is worth it anyway. I have no realistic reason to feel this way, but I do and I'm in so much pain!!!! I'm scared to tell people, but I'll just say no one...could literally understand because...I mean it's not like anyone could be there, like, I can't wake up in the morning and be like "damn it!" and then cry to myself about how "it" was all made up and none of "it's" ever going to be real and feel the pain of that reality punching me in the chest...I mean I could...and I do! ...and then have somebody say "it's ok, I understand"...I can't ever have that...at least!...literally. This sucks. That's all I wanted to say.
You might have major depressive dissorder severe like I do. I wake up depressed in the morning and cry myself to sleep at night. It never gets better, nothing helps, and all I ever get is a new therapist or someone telling me it'll get better, you'll get through this. I'm so sick of hearing that. I've been depressed for like 10 years. Hell, I tried to kill myself on my little sister's 4th birthday. I wish I could help you but I can't even help myself.): If you wanna talk though my facebook name is "Greg GisMe".
Psychologists know a LOT about all different kinds of thought processes, because they've studied so many different mental disorders (and, obviously, the "normal" human mindset). Lots of people who have pursued therapy have found that they were able to build a bond of trust with their psychologists, who were able to understand the patients' thought processes quite well. When you see a therapist, you're truly forming a bond with him/her. He/she will spend the sessions communicating with you, confidentially, about all of your thoughts, emotions and life issues. And you are allowed to choose what you tell him/her and how you explain things. You have all the time in the world to sit there and figure out how to articulate your thought process and how he/she can better understand you -- and the best part is that they've heard absolutely everything, and they're specifically trained to show no judgements. They won't make you feel like you're put on the spot; they'll form a friendly rapport with you. And, if you don't happen to like them or they do make you feel uncomfortable, you can just find a new therapist -- you can keep on switching till you've found the right one. I think you should look into that. Just ask your parent/guardian to make an appointment with your regular doctor. There, explain that you need to be evaluated for depression and want to look into a referral for therapy.


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