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I just don't know. - March 14th 2014, 03:45 PM

I know none of you members are professionals but I'm wondering something. I feel like I might be bipolar or something. I just feel like I have some undiagnosed mental issue/ issues. With the things I think about there has to be something wrong, ya know? It could just be hormones or me overthinking it but maybe not. Any advice?
   
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Re: I just don't know. - March 14th 2014, 04:00 PM

Hey there Ginger98~
Firstly, welcome to TH! I hope you're finding your way around here and that you find the support you need. As for your question, it's possible that you have mental health issues as you've mentioned. If you're concerned and want to be tested/assessed, what you could do is speak to your general practioner/physical doctor. Then they can help you go from there and refer you and to a specialist or professional. Another thing you could do is speak to a school counselor or make an appointment with a counselor/therapist outside of the school setting. That might be difficult if your parents aren't keen on arranging that. So for your age, I would either speak to a school guidance counselor or mention it at your next doctor's check-up appointment. Best of luck.
   
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