Do I Need “Help” an if So, Who Do I Talk To?

Question by Evan T: Do I Need “Help” An If So, Who Do I Talk To?
I have been asking some questions here on yahoo and people tell me I have”Paranoia,clinical¬†depression,bipolar disorder”. Let’s say I do. What should I do. If I ever tell anyone anything, they turn around and tell all there friends and family. Even my parrents and grand parrent. I guess I don’t feel right talking to Some one in person. So what should I do. My school doesn’t have a school counsler and I can’t aford a therapist and I can’t talk to anyone about it.

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Answer by Madeline
Wow that’s tough, and I’m sorry you don’t have anybody you feel comfortable talking to =(
If you do have a friend or family member you 100% trust I would tell them and they would probably be able to help you, but it sounds like that isn’t an option for you.
If I were you i would find a teacher that I really trust and ask them, they will probably be able to refer you to a therapist who would be able to help you out without having to pay.
You could also google services in your area.
This probably didn’t help much, but I really do think it’s important to find somebody to talk to in you feel like you depression or anxiety etc. I have a therapist and i don’t even have any diagnosed problems…they really are a great help though and I recommend it.

Best of luck =)

Answer by Christina
if you have insurance, your insurance might help pay for a therapist. is there anyone else at your school or in your life who you trust who you could talk to? a nurse? teacher? coach? a friend’s parent?

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