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I still need a diagnosis!!!!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 18, 2007
  • 01:29 AM

Ok, I'm the one who asked about, what could be wrong with me? This is what I posted: Ok, I've had a problem with certain music for awhile now. The music I'm having trouble with is music from Kiss FM. Examples: That Girlfriend song, "Don't use wish your girlfriend was hot like me", "Lips of an Angel" and basicly the music that is of now days.

In 7th grade I had to back up in a corner, because I didn't like it. They played it in percussion. I didn't have bad thoughts though.

In 8th grade I started to feel worse and knew something was wrong. Eventually, I started to have bad thoughts after I heard the music. Things like death thoughts and a few times those thoughts/feelings were disliking God (trust me I'd never dislike him in a normal state of mind). In 8th grade I noticed it lingered for me longer than it used to. Meaning I didn't think about those thoughts before, in 6th or 7th, but now I have and they've gotton worse.

In 9th grade ('m in 9th grade now) I had to hear a certain song. I thought I could put away my CD player, because I thought we were getting off of the bus.... big mistake. I'm pretty sure by the end of the day/next day I had bad thoughts.

Now if I'm under too much pressure I may end up thinking bad thoughts. (I know this because my homework was putting me under too much pressure.) A little bit while before now ( I'm pretty sure yesterday or the day before) I didn't know how much more I could take.

I'm not thinking those thoughts now, but once I go back to school I'll be put under way too much pressure.

So, does anyone know what's wrong with me? Is anymore info. needed to help figure my problem out?

But, no one has given me a diagnosis. Please, I need someone's help. I was put under so much pressure I couldn't even finish a school worksheet. I kept throwing my pencils (one at a time) against the wall.

I need someone's help as soon as possible..... before I do something I can't control.

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  • How wise of you to reach out for help. I would guess that you have a mental disorder. Remember that these problems can be treated with medication and diagnosed easily. Sometimes it's just some chemical in your brain that is either too much or too little. These are the people that can help you with your problem. I think I would go to a neurologist first just to see if my head is screwed on allright.:D He would probably do an MRI. General practitioner Family medicine physician Internist Neurologist Psychiatrist Psychologist Physician assistant Nurse practitionerYou must get help NOW. You KNOW in your mind that the music triggers some emotion in your brain that is unique only to yourself. As you are having negative and bad thoughts, who would want to go through life like that? Music is not the problem, but how YOU react to it. Don't you want to be happy? Have you talked to your friends, parents, school counselors, teachers, doctor about any of this? It is better to approach good mental health with a team that is on your side, than if you do something bad that you can't control and are forced into a mental hospital. You have control over your mind, even if it is playing tricks on you. You have the power so use it wisely. If things get out of control, go to the Emergency Room and tell them you need help to control your bad thoughts. You are a good person and know that you need help NOW. Eat right, restrict sugar, don't stop smoking until you can stand the stress, get enough sleep and be good to yourself. Please keep in touch.
    rad-skw 1,605 Replies
    • September 19, 2007
    • 10:21 AM
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