I am new to this site and I wanted to say hi and hopefully get some response back. I have bipolar disorder, sever depression, panic/anxiety attacks and I dont really have any friends. It seems that when people find out that you have a mental illness they shy away from you or just brush you off; so I try to play the normal game but that doesnt work either. So I just dont even bother to try and have friends anymore too much energy which I dont have plus it is very depressing and I dont need anymore of that.
just thought I would say Hi and hope everyone is doing well.
Maybe you should consider taking her to a different doctor and see what he says (I mean a psychiatrist) so that he can give you some advice as to what you can do. I believe that she can also have different test done to show if it is something mental or if that is just the way she is. She sounds like she defintely needs help and I dont believe a parent should take on that responsibility by themselves; get help there are many resources out there that you can turn to for assistance.View Thread
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