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What's wrong with me?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 3, 2011
  • 11:21 PM

Hi, i am 16 years old and i go to High school. I think i may be suffering from some weird mental illness that i have never heard of before. Here's my story. About a year ago i started feeling really queezy when people would talk about blood or gore and punishment of any type. This feeling has now escalated to the point where it's ruining my life and i can't even concentrate at school. I now feel queezy at the slightest mention of torture, the slaughtering of animals, blood, or anything of that nature. I always feel like i'm going to faint, and when i randomly think about these things at school it causes myself to feel sick and i want to faint. I have no idea what's happenning to me, but it's really screwing up my life and people are starting to notice the issue. The sad thing is, this is only half of it, the other half is pretty much every 10 minutes thoughts of people being tortured or animals being slaughtered or someone having their throat cut pop into my head and make me have anxeity while making me feel sick, and lightheaded. I feel so messed up and i get this cold feeling that i'm like the only one in the world who expeiriences this. Sometimes i think about suicide. This is my first time ever telling anyone or making it public. Please, if you have ever heard or expeirienced anything similar please talk to me to try to assist me. Thanks for spending the time to read this

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