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Something isn't right - February 20th 2013, 08:32 PM

I know that something is not right. For years now I have not been able to get out of what my mom calls a teenage slump. It pulls me down so much that I have gotten myself out of SH a few times now and it has been just over a year sense my last experience with it. One day I am on top of the world, and the next day I don't even want to be around anymore.

The rest of the time I'm so angry it's not even funny. Most of the time I don't remember what sets me off, and when I go off I'm not in controll of my body anymore. Last time I hurt my little sister.

After my last accident I tried to talk to my mom about it but she won't listien and won't help. I'm really confused and just need some help.
   
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Re: Something isn't right - February 21st 2013, 02:35 AM

If it's possible for you to see a GP, then do that as soon as possible. It's possible for hormones to mess with your emotions, as well as other things, but when it is severe sometimes contraceptives can help.

And what about talking to a school counselor, or something like that? Either your Mum doesn't realise how bad things are for you, or she genuinely thinks it's part of being a teenager - which a lot of parents do, and you have to remember, they don't always remember what being a teenager was like so it's hard for them to compare it to their own experiences.

I think possibly keeping track of how you're feeling, and what's happened each day (school, arguments, stressful stuff etc) will help you get a clearer idea of your own moods, which will also come in handy when talking to a professional about them, as it will help determine whether your anger is reacting to something, or is not.

If it is at all possible to see any type of professional then please do so. I quite agree with you that it sounds like something is not right, and I think you need other people to listen as well so that things can be right.

And a GP is usually a very good place to start.
   
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