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Answered by: Dr Ramzdhan
Hi, I just furthered my studies, and I get panic attacks almost everyday when I went to college. It was hard for me live as a normal person at college. The students there also keep glancing at me. I don’t know how to deal with this. Everyday, everynight I was thinking of suicide. Because there are nobody can understand. They are making fun of my mental illness. They keep saying bad things to me. I don’t have friends. I am all alone. My family members never asked how I’m doing. I also am having mood swings (it’s actually more than mood swings) I can’t control my rage. I am always mad, but I don’t know why. Also sad with no reason. I think I’m crazy.
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