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so about 2 weeks ago i started taking celexa antidepressant/anxiety medication for anxiety. i started to realize i had anxiety wehen i was 12 and i got caught in a tornado in the woods. after that, i thaught it would be normal to be scared while in the woods on a cloudy day. (which apparently it is) but then it started to worsen. at 13, i started to have small anxiety attacks about once every 2 months or so. when i was about 2 months short of turning 14, i started to have severe anxitety attacks, loss of interest in many different things, on and off depression, and rare thoughts of suicide. but i wouldent be able to tell if i was suicidal or if i was just realy affraid of becoming suicidal. after i started celexa, i calmed down a bit because i knew that i could get treated, but i still have random losses of interest. like just today when i was biking at a ski mountain, a peice fell off my bike but i could still ride it and there would not be to much of a difference. but instead i called my dad to pick me up because i felt that i didnt realy want to do bike. i love biking on normal days, and i can rarely think of times when i would just stop because i didnt want to ride. i still want to bike, and i know my attitude will change in either a couple of hours, or a day. i also take riddlin sustained reliefe 60mg. ever sence i have taken that, i have noticed that i occasionaly have an offbeat heart. it only happens when i am not doing anything. but if it happens, i run up the stairs 2 times, and its gone. my doctor/phsyciatrist said that they think this could be the anxiety. but even after i started taking the celexa, it still happens and i think perhaps even more frequently. i think, that sence one of the common side effects of celexa in youth and young adults is an episode of increased anxiety, that this may be causing me to become more anxious and therefore sending my heart offbeat more than normal. i know that all this passes because for the past 2 days, i have been realy happy and that was how i was before the whole episode started because i have old videos of me and stuff. another thing is, does celexa cause ocd? i was taking a math test a couple of days ago, and i realized that i spend about 7 minutes erasing and rewriting the letter "d" because i could not get it perfectly. i realized that this ocd type thing started after i started celexa. oh yeah, i have 2 sisters and a mom and a dad, both my mom and oldest sister suffer from anxiety and my mom takes celexa 80mg i think, but my sister takes a different kind. my dad has ophd or somthing like that after 911 (he is a nyc firefighter) and he takes somthing different to. my mom said that i would probobly experience worse anxiety, possible ocd, and depression. i have deffinatly noticed the depression. it does effect me from time to time. i occasionaly tell my friends that i have a doctors appointment so i can stay inside. and once i go inside, i realize i have nothing to do! the ocd part is noticable as well. but it does not effect me very badly. as for the possibility in increased anxiety, that has happend a miniscule amount i think. i feel very calm and normal from time to time. i eat normaly, i sleep normaly, and i act normaly. which is a good change because ever sence i was 12, i could not realy fall asleep because my mind would race constantly. ever sence then, i have watched movies or listend to music on my ipod untill i feel tired enough to fall asleep. this would keep my mind from racing, and thinkging about having anxiety attakcs which then would trigger them. and ever sence i started the ridilin, me, and everyone who knows me has noticed a sirius decrease in appetite while i take it. over the summer, i did some experiments like not taking my add medication for a week, and after 2 days of not taking it, i was able to eat perfectly normal. i do make myself eat when i take the add medication and therefore have not lost much weight. i just wanted to know if anyone else experiences the loss of interest, rare suicidal thaughts, ocd, offbeat heart, minor increase in anxiety, and small anger problems. by small i mean small enought to hold in and not show. no hyperventilating, no rude remarks, no nothing. i just feel mad. all of these pass from time to time. but more than not, i feel strange, lost, unimpressed. all of those things. the past two days have been great though, i had fun, i was not depressed, anxious, suicidal, ocd'ing (if thats even a word) my friends say that they dont realy notice when im depressed because i still make alot of jokes which they find normal because i always am the jokester. is anyone else experiencing this? if so, when will it go away? thanks for anyone who can help. im realy bord right now and dont feel like doing anything or hanging out. thanks for your support whoever answers. ps: im still 14 and have 11 more months untill my birthday. and sorry for making this question so long. just needed to pack all this into one big qdoes my almost 6 year daughter have anxiety?
not separation she will go to school and can be left with people without incident. in public though is very clingy. was non verbal in preschool which was 2.5 hours a day 4 days a week all year. since kindergarten has spoke to adults but only when asked questions. which its self is great progress for her. she has had some what i think are anxiety attacks. when her sister who is 2 years younger started getting mobile. she would scream until i would pick her sister back up. because she wasn't suppose to be on the floor. she did this for about six months. another is a chair that was moved about 6 inches from the wall. she cried for 20 minutes or more because it was moved. shes also done this with pillows, toys, blocks, anything that is suppose to be some where and is moved a little or something slightly out of place. the one today was over a worksheet with the letter q. write on top then there are 9 different pictures and you then color the pictures that start with the letter q. her sister was coloring ones that didn't start with q. i had to carry her out she would not walk an hold her she was so worked up because she had to color the ones with q only. when she is speaking even to her dad or myself she seems to stutter. i really want another opinion before i seek an actual mental professional.is it just my anxiety or am i just stupid >_
so here's my problem: i feel like i'm stupid >_< i'm not trying to insult myself, but i feel like i can never think straight or comprehend anything, and i feel like i have extremely selective hearing =_= i'm always unsure and confused and i feel like i'm just stupid :( adults have told me that i overthink things (like problems on a worksheet, for example.) and that i should just look at it basically instead of overthink it too much. another thing that i think it might be is my anxiety. i used to have really bad anxiety when i was in elementary, and i still today tend to build things up in my head and scare myself. my mind is really powerful, so it's more realistic and effective to me. (like that time when i couldn't eat food for weeks because i was so scared that i'd choke. i seriously couldn't swallow food because my throat muscles were so stiff because i was so scared. or like the time when i went to go to the eye doctor because i was scared i had a detached retina and they had to give me special eyedrops because my eyes were so contracted of fear that they couldn't even make out my retina.) from my anxiety i've also formed ibs, which is basically when my stomach contracts and hurts whenever i get stressed, scared, or excited. but even when i'm not worrying about things like being stupid then i still feel like i can't comprehend anything or understand anyone. when i'm reading a book, i sometimes have to re-read the last sentence several times until i can get myself to focus enough to understand. i feel like i'm losing my mind, and i'm terrified that i have some sort of mental disorder 8( even though i know i don't have. (my family all has disorders, but none of them are associated with learning disabilities. also, i've already been tested for all of their disorders, and i tested negative. besides, i was the top student of the whole elementary school along with one of my good friends, so i'm pretty sure there's nothing wrong with me, learning-disorder-wise.) but anyways, i took a huge step away from my childhood anxiety a few years ago when i got into 7th grade, and it hasn't been bad at all. the only anxiety i have nowadays is towards social stuff :3 i'm shy. so what do you guys think? i don't want to feel so dumb anymore o_o i don't want to be stupid-i want to get over whatever's going on. am i really just overthinking everything, and if so, how can i stop? or is it my anxiety coming back? or maybe it's both? thanks for the helpmy friends are ana, bri, cat, deb, sue, annie, etc // i hate my life so much? // i self harm?
ok so im 13, female and i have problems with anorexia, anxiety, bipolar, self harm, depression, suicidal, schizophrenia and social anxiety. im the only child, i moved into a new school about last year and im still kind of struggling to make friends. im ugly, stupid, short and no boys likes me at all. my scores on tests, quizzes or worksheets are also usually bad. my parents are jerks, they always comment and complain on whatever i do. like when they are sitting, i pass by througj them and they were like staring at me trying to be mad at me and tried to see if i did something wrong. they also always embarrassed me. tbh i had all of this mental prob cos im struggling to have friends and hpw my parents act to me. everyday i wakeup and i already had depression. im like so sick of my life. i want to die. i never feel happy.now i feel like a moron (long) ?
i am a 17 year old guy. i dropped out of school about a year a half ago, after anxiety and personal issues ruined me completely. i went from passing attendance and straight a's, to an attendance of under 50% and all f's. i gave up completely. but i turned things around. i enrolled in an adult education program last year. it's a high school diploma program. so it's great. i turned my life around last year incredibly. i had perfect attendance all year, and finished with all a's. it was such a confidence booster. i felt so good about myself. what i realized was that there was very little pressure, hence very little stress. things were graded of course, but there were frequently supplies we could use on tests and stuff. not like the answers, but formulas and such. and since it was like this, i learned more than i ever have. the stress level made it so much easier. things have changed though. i started school last month again. we take two classes per semester. i am taking english and math. math is going great, because the teacher is really good, and it's easy material (though it's new material for me). english is okay, but it's reminding me of my dropout year. we are writing essays constantly, doing tedious little worksheets, and having everything we do graded. this is bad for me. and since i now have such high expectations of myself in this school (i was always in honors classes), i have begun worrying even more than i used to, and have begun to over-think my work. we had a quiz last week on a short story. it was 10 questions long, and i got 8 right. the two i got wrong were so dumb because i knew the answers. one of the questions was about a short passage from the story. it asked to interpret the meaning of some specific phrase. the questions were multiple choice. out of the four options, i had my answer immediately. but suddenly, i began questioning myself. i thought maybe i wasn't diving deep enough, and that there was some underlying meaning. but of course, this was not true. i chose a different answer that made sense, though i felt uncomfortable doing it. it ended up being wrong. the other one was because i simply misread something. i promise you that if this had been me in the classroom in the past, i would've gotten a 100% - no questions asked. but this anxiety is taking a serious toll on me. we're halfway through the semester, and my grade in english is an 86%. i know this doesn't sound that bad, but it's really hurting me. i have high expectations for myself since this is not regular high school, but rather an alternate program. the only reason my score is an 86% is because i've gotten perfect scores on the two essays we've written so far. but that's it. i know these kinds of questions won't go away, and so i can't help but worry about my grade staying the way it is, or even dropping because of my anxiety. what has happened to me within the past week is what has affected me the most. there's no question that my anxiety issues are linked, but i have begun to feel incredibly stupid. i started thinking about my intelligence, in particular my interpretations on the definitions of specific words. i started thinking about certain words, and tried to define them. i couldn't. i think i know what they mean, but i'm not sure if i really do since i am unable to descriptively define them. if that makes sense. along with this, i have begun thinking about taking my driving test in 11 days. i need to start driving. i go to school at 5 pm every night, and the constant driving back and forth is nearly impossible for my mom since she is an extremely busy real estate agent. 11 days from now is when i will finally be eligible to take it. it's scaring the hell out of me. i see everyone else my age driving around, and it scares me. not the driving - the test. i know people who are not exactly intelligent that have passed this test "easily". and i know i am going to fail. believe me. i will fail. i promise. on the learner's permit test, you needed to get at least 20 out of 25 questions correct. i got 21. that is just not good enough. the driver's test i will be taking soon requires another 25 question multiple-choice oriented test, along with the obvious road test. even if i pass the multiple-choice part, i will fail the driving. i am good at driving i guess. but when i start worrying about this kind of stuff, it affects my ocd issues (yeah, i also have ocd) as well. this then affects my driving. i practiced with my grandfather last week. it went well to a degree, but i can't park to save my life, and i know that is part of the actual driving test. the dmv where i live is totally corrupt too. it is horrible. so this is all terrifying me and making me feel incredibly stupid. finally, and most recently, i was pre-ordering the new call of duty game. it's based on the cold war. as a 17 year old, learning about vietnam or the cold war never seemed to be part of any curriculum. i am not knowledgeable about it, and i feel like everyone else is. so after i ordered the game, i decided to come on here and ask about what the cold war was. all i got was rude responses accusing me of trolling because it apparently makes me an idiot for not have any real knowledge of it. all of these things have begun to affect my mental state. i don't know what to do. i am at the point right now where i am just scared about my life. i don't know what's going to happen in school, the driving test, or if i am really just plain stupid. any advice on trying to deal with this.
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