I have lot of phobias... from waves from weird insects esp. cockroach and spider and centipede from crowded places and being in a crowded people from fights from storms from glummy clouds from absence of light, I mean total darkness and lot more...
When I'm in a phobic incident, I tend to breathe so heavy, heart's pounding, I feel irritable, my mind run lot of things like what will I do next or how will I get away with it, my forehead sweats cold and my inside body feel cold too.
There were times esp. at night before I sleep, I check everything near me. I also feel that everyone is looking at me in a bad way like disgrace and sort of like that.
I also get obsess easily with things, right now with a movie and watched it for more than 30 times for consecutive days.
This past few weeks , like 4-5 weeks, I always tend to feel depressed everynight with not knowing the reason. And then at daylight I feel possitive.
yeah, it is useful. But there is something blocking me from consulting a psychiatrist of sort of. I don't want this to be known by my relatives and parent and someone I know. But I have no money for that, I'm still studying.
Yes, it is hard esp. when my sexuality is being questioned because I feear lot of things.View Thread
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