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I am a soon to be a 17 year old girl who is suffering from major depression.please help? I Need You?

I am a soon to be a 17 year old girl who is suffering from major depression.please help? I Need You? Topic: English homework for 5 year olds
June 17, 2019 / By Azazel
Question: :'( Idk what's been up with me. But to begin, here's a little background on me: I am a junior in High School who is turning 17 on November 26. I attend a Career & Technical Academy, and I pressure myself to getting straight A's. Problem: I feel alone. Yes, I have friends, but Lately i've been SUPER piled up with hw that i haven't been able to have the time to talk or hang out with them after school. I'm lucky I have these 10 minutes to ask for advice on yahoo answers since I have trig/precalc, English, and psychology homework to get done! Anyways, i'm starting to fade away from everyone. (gosh i'm such a cry baby I can't hold my tears in as I type this) My friends got involved in after school clubs and they volunteer at events, but I can't. My parents work soooo much so I cant stay after school because I have to go home right after school and wait for my brother to get home, then I have to go pick up my little brother from school. I have to babysit them. I RARELY see my mom and dad. My dad works 6am-7pm, but he comes home tired and eats then sleeps. Sometimes, he needs to run a few errands. I barley even know him now :'\ my mom goes to work right when I come home at 1:45pm, and she gets out of work at 11-12pm. I need my mom. Especially in these tough times. I m so desperate to talk to my mom that I would literally stay up until she comes home to at least get to talk to her for at least 30 minutes, but all she tells me is "I'm too tired right now." and goes to sleep. I have a bf. Who doesn't have a cell phone and his computer is only for school use. Me and him got in trouble together over the summer...my parents refuse to let me see him. We love each other sooo much. Not even this can tear us apart. I only see him 5 minutes before the school bell rings and 5 minutes after the school bell rings. I'm devastated. There's so much people to talk to, yet I feel alone. All I think about is "school school school. Grades grades grades." I just want a life. I want an average teenage life with a healthy relationship and parents who actually listen.....I don't go out to places. I stay home all day every day and do hw, eat, do some more hw, go to sleep late, wake up tired and miserable. I'm not invited to parties anymore. I guess my friends didn't turn out to be true friends.... I wish I could join some kind of activity to keep me motivated. I wish I didn't have to stress so much. I stress so much that literally clumps of my hair fall off... :'( It's like....my well-being is unimportant. I'm forgotten. I have low self-esteem. I'm not social anymore. I'm clumsy. I rarely smile. I NEED HELP. Even my counselor is too busy. I had to make an appointment to talk with her! So forget it. help me please? with little advice, it'll mean so much to me. thanks
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Wenonah Wenonah | 3 days ago
I know you probably don't want to hear this, but I'd get hold of your boyfriend - some how! - and ask if him if he wouldn't mind cooling it off for a bit - not permanently, but just while your school work is piling up and while your parents are disapproving of you. If he loves you as much as you love him then he will understand, and he wouldn't want your academic performance to be damaged. Plus, it would be a sign to your parents that you are taking your school work seriously. And you can always go back to him once the school work eases off. As for feeling alone, speak to your parents - or just your mom if you feel you have lost that connection with your dad - are weekends a better time to talk if she works during the week? Or get in touch with some of your other friends, they might feel that you have forgotten about them, the same way you feel they have forgotten about you. Just getting all that tension and upset off your chest will help! I often feel that having a *good cry* just helps things get put into perspective once the tears are mopped up. You could always keep a diary. I know it sounds cheesy, but if you get everything you feel down on paper - whether you mull over it afterwards or never even look at the words again - it means you have put aside some *YOU TIME*. That's what you need. Try your best not to stress about your school work too much - yes, it is important, but if it is making you ill with stress and sadness, then that is a sign that your homework time should be reconsidered and spread further. Good luck!
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Wenonah Originally Answered: I am a soon to be a 17 year old girl who is suffering from major depression.please help? I Need You?
I know you probably don't want to hear this, but I'd get hold of your boyfriend - some how! - and ask if him if he wouldn't mind cooling it off for a bit - not permanently, but just while your school work is piling up and while your parents are disapproving of you. If he loves you as much as you love him then he will understand, and he wouldn't want your academic performance to be damaged. Plus, it would be a sign to your parents that you are taking your school work seriously. And you can always go back to him once the school work eases off. As for feeling alone, speak to your parents - or just your mom if you feel you have lost that connection with your dad - are weekends a better time to talk if she works during the week? Or get in touch with some of your other friends, they might feel that you have forgotten about them, the same way you feel they have forgotten about you. Just getting all that tension and upset off your chest will help! I often feel that having a *good cry* just helps things get put into perspective once the tears are mopped up. You could always keep a diary. I know it sounds cheesy, but if you get everything you feel down on paper - whether you mull over it afterwards or never even look at the words again - it means you have put aside some *YOU TIME*. That's what you need. Try your best not to stress about your school work too much - yes, it is important, but if it is making you ill with stress and sadness, then that is a sign that your homework time should be reconsidered and spread further. Good luck!

Sharise Sharise
Start communicating with God. You don't have to do religious rituals but at least Pray or write in a prayer journal. Also, don't set the standards too high for yourself becuase you'll only stress yourself out more. We all fail but the important think is being prepared. Don't pressure yourself to be a straight A's student. Set the standard that you don't want to fail. And I'll tell you this. You won't fail if you show up and do the work.
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Orna Orna
-You may need to take easier classes. It sounds like coupled with wanting a real life it is something you may need to give up. -Request a family time and do something with them over the weekend. -Explain to parents or councilors how you're feeling. They will understand and may have much better advice than me. -Save up money for your BF's phone or something. Maybe switch into one of his classes. I've been in situations like your before and I know how lost and lonely and scared and stressed you feel. If some of what I said doesn't make any sense I only read half. Cheers ~D
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Malina Malina
What helps me is my faith in Jesus Christ! Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. Philippians 4:6 I also love to listen to my Adam Cappa album. May the Lord bless your life abundantly and may you find rest in His lovely arms Feel free to email me if you ever want to talk
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Kimberlee Kimberlee
You need to sit down and talk to your parents. Let them know providing for your family is not only about work and finances there is a lot more to it. Your family needs to find a way to be there for you more. Hang in there and good luck.
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Kimberlee Originally Answered: Struggled with depression last year.how will colleges look at my situation?
hmmm, there's no easy way to say this, but you won't be able to get into a good school unless you make straight A's and maybe B's in AP/IB classes from here on out. However, I might consider good different from you, because I went to the best high school in the state, so in perspective good was above a 3.99 GPA (almost straight A's, maybe a B in one class) on a weighted scale. Anyway, if you can replace your grades for classes like Biology, then you'll do fine, if you can't then I don't know. Colleges don't actually check how much you've improved, that's the biggest lie in history. You can most certainly get into a lot of decent colleges with what you're saying, but it's not going to get you to Michigan State, UNC, Carnegie Mellon, Boston College, NYU, UCSD, etc.

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