I'm a girl, and I think I have anxiety.
One day I was thinking and the thought of hurting others popped in my mind. It frightened me and it started to scare me.
This was last week and I'm still scared. I haven't been thinking the same way and I'm afraid to watch the news cause maybe it'll show someone who was murdered, and that'll scare me because I'll get the scary thoughts.
I've also been feeling like I'm going crazy...
It's really horrible, and I'm scared.
I need reassurance and some help View Thread
Hi I'm a 15 year old girl, and I think I have anxiety Lately I've been feeling really scared and panicky. I'll have really irrational thoughts, and it really frightens me and I feel like I'm going crazy I'm scared to tell my mom cause usually she doesn't really think it's anything...
Also, I'm scared to watch psychotic thrillers cause I'm scared I'll start to think like that... I watched Shutter Island and now I'm becoming really scared I'll start acting like the movie
I don't know... I just feel really scared that I'm going crazy D: I don't know what to do and I feel extremely aloneView Thread
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