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Am I harming my children by telling them that I am planning on paying for their college? I am afraid they will have nothing to work toward, etc. I have 15, 9 and 6. My 9 year old is a bit anxious about things, and whenever he hears my 15 year old and me speaking about college, he always asks for reassurance that I am paying for it. And I tell him I will do ...
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Please help me find answers..

Hello,

I have been living with this ever since I can remember, even as a small child. I’m in my 20s now and I’m just seeking some form of guidance and potentially answers as to why I’ve been this way my whole life.

I have always had this imaginary friend. They have always been a father to me. My real father is great, I love him dearly and there are no issues in that aspect ...
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Maybe someone can help me...

Hi there, i'm new here on this forum. So.. I guess i'm gonna explain my issue. BTW say it if i'm at the wrong place to talk about this. *English is not my first language*

Here I am, a 20 years old guy looking for help. I should have done that before, but whatever.
I don't really know what i'm into, but I know that i'm not normal. I've been like this for the past ...
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Living with BiPolar 2..until I discovered NAC

For the longest time, i've yearned to feel. I wanted to connect to others, but my mind wouldn't let me. I would drift into obsessive compulsive thinking. All the while, i'd go into occasional states of high on life and it's pleasures, while following that a depressive low where i'd feel like i'm useless and cannot ever do anything.

For the longest time i've been socially immobilized by fear, however I have worked through this ...
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Daily intense mood swings - help?

This is my first post so apologies if this is not in the appropriate place.
I have been suffering from daily mood swings for quite a while. It all came to ahead about 3-4 weeks ago where there was that 'last straw' and I had a sort of break down. I've always thought I've been particularly moody (usually angry, irritable, hostile, restless. Sometimes I can actually be pretty happy and productive and want to chat ...
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Yami Kawaii *Trigger Warning*

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This is apparently a popular Japanese trend. Thoughts?
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My Circle

I hope you don't find this post either boring or offensive. I just need to empty myself of the heavy weight I carry every day,let out any word to no one in particular to try to breathe,as been me can be exhausting.

I am a thirty one years old male, and trapped in my body exist the introvert overthinking, addicted to weed, brain of a fear seeker. I think I know myself very well,but I ...
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I want to write a book about the stories

Hi everyone! I am currently writing a book about the experiences of patients and staff members who have lived or worked in psychiatric hospitals.

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Chronic Stress

Hi,

First I'm gonna say that I don't have a full BPD diagnosis so im sorry if this is in the wrong place. I am 18 and when I was 16/17 I got diagnosed as emerging EUPD(BPD) after years of treatments for anxiety, depression, self harm, OCD ect ect. My CAMHS treatment was great, they did the STEPPS YP group program with me individually as I'm really bad in groups and they sent nurses to ...
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Depression mania existential crisis and heavy withdrawals

Over a year now I’ve been reducing seroquil from 700mg to 250mg. This seemed to trigger a manic depressive spell that caused me to more or less lose my mind and reflect on my entire life and where I’ve gone wrong in the past. Facing everything I took lightly and my worst mistakes it’s changed me as a person. It turned itself into an existential crisis where the order of my life began to make ...
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