i went to the mental doctor today(i dont feel like making a fool of myself by spelling it wrong so yeah) and they asked me a ton of questions and now i have very severe depression, started when i was 10 :/ uhhh.. yay? bah. they put me in a girls group >.< on the plus side, if i play my cards right i can get them to pull me out of some classes
Apparently i have very sever depression
I'm sorry to hear that, Celithrathien, but glad it is getting treated.
I'm also glad to hear that you're getting help. I also have depression, it runs in the male side of my family. Funny stuff that depression, comes by during the most inappropriate times. I'm not sure what it's actually called, but I have what I like to call 'depression attacks' where I'll be fine for a while and then at the most random time my brain just totally flips out. Over time (I've had it for several years now) I've learned to control it better and better. My friends used to be able to notice really well when something was wrong, but they know what the problem is and stick by me even if I'm 'grumpy.' I find that if I feel really horrible or feel like doin somethin stupid (I used to be suicidal before my friend stopped me and I became a Christian) then its good to get my mind on other things and not dwell on what's going on. You could stop and read a book, or I always pray (though most people I'm sure would choose even the former) until you calm down, or just find other ways to get your mind off it until you start to perk up. Regardless, always know that there are many people around you that care about you and love you, and are willing to help you stick it through to the end.
"My soul has been deprived of peace; I have forgotten what happiness is. Then I thought: My future is lost, as well as my hope from the LORD. Remember my affliction and my homelessness, the wormwood and the poison. I continually remember them and have become depressed. Yet I call this to mind, and therefore I have hope: Because of the LORD's faithful love we do not perish, for His mercies never end. They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness!"
Good luck with coping, and remember you can always come back here for help!