What does cate often call her twin sister 8.5 out of 10 would be the highest number I’ve seen yet.
Does you know why i am having this problem in my room, i have a very big problem
And when you hear her call it can happen during the time you wake up in the morning, during the time you go to sleep at night, during the time you get ready, during the time you are at work, during the time you are on your way home, during the time you go to sleep when you go to bed, and during the time you are at work and it has been occurring a lot with me, and i just want to know if this is a psychological problem and if it is what is the cure. I am not sure if i need therapy or medication. It has really been bothering me a lot lately. Because it comes and goes i sometimes feel it is a dream. I guess this could be considered a stress or dream problem. I need your help please. If you have any suggestions for me, this would help me a lot. It sounds like you might have it bad with her cate. I might, who knows.
My friend says she has been hearing voices in her head, and she tells me she is going to kill herself. I know she has been talking about suicide, and sometimes she says I have been talking to you and she even says this in public and her life is so bad, and she gets really mad. But I don’t understand why she keeps talking about killing herself, and I don’t want her to kill herself and I don’t want her to talk about killing herself. I feel really bad for her but I don’t know what I can do. I know I have to pray but I feel so bad for her. I don’t know what to do.
Hi, my name is lisa, I’m 16 and I’m a pretty serious person. If I’m around my friends or just hanging out with my friends, I always seem to get really hyper, my mood swings are really high and I get really happy sometimes and I can smile very brightly. But if I’m around my family, I get really sad, I can feel sad and sometimes I just feel really down. I do all my best to control my mood swings and if I don’t feel happy then I just try to be happy because I don’t know what to do.
Hi lisa! It’s ok. It sounds like you’re really going through some big stuff. Some of these thoughts or voices you hear may be your brn’s way of processing your sadness and your family’s reactions to it. It sounds like you’re not able to express how you feel to your family, and because of this, you’re trying to control your thoughts by listening to them, and trying to change yourself.
My advice to you is to first talk to your parents about how you feel. Tell them your fears, your anxieties, your depression, and all of that. I know it’s hard but they may be able to help you. You could also speak to a therapist. When you speak to them, be sure to take a deep breath, and breathe in to “relax”, and exhale by telling them how you feel.
Please keep going with this. It sounds like you are doing a great job of taking care of yourself, that’s the most important thing in these situations. I hope this helped, and please, keep on posting.
Lisa, this is a bit of a hard one to ask about. I wouldn’t want to make it hard by saying don’t talk to her, but I’m curious if you’ve tried. The hard part here would be if you don’t get an answer that’s helpful. If it’s hard for you to get an answer, try and seek a psychiatrist, or possibly a psychologist, who could give you another opinion.
Maybe not having much of a personal relationship with your mother can make it difficult for you to tell her what’s going on. In my opinion, sometimes our parents don’t really understand us. Maybe they feel like they can’t. If you’re worried about having to answer things to her, you could give her a call and just say something like, “I’m feeling really sad right now.” Then just listen to how she handles it.
That doesn’t mean you don’t talk to her. It just means listen.
I don’t think the world should be a cold place. If I were your mom, I’d be asking more questions. I’d want to know more about what’s going on. That may be why you’re being so distant. Maybe your mom needs to have a reason to call. If that’s the case, I think you should give her one.
Lisa, I think there are a lot of things that have gone on in your life and I can see how that would make it hard to talk to your mother. In the best-case scenario, she is supportive and you feel understood. I can’t think of any reason why that wouldn’t happen. The worst-case scenario is that she’s completely disinterested and doesn’t have an answer, and you may have to tell her the truth and have her react the way you think she should. Just do your best to talk to her and then decide whether or not to follow through with this idea.
I have a question for you… Do you trust your mother? Because if you do, talk to her. It’s hard to tell what she’s capable of when it comes to your emotional well-being.
Hi. Thanks for the input. You’re right. I do trust my mother, and I have talked to her before about what happened. She understands. The thing is, I can’t speak to her because if I talk, she will get mad. So at the end of the day, I just feel like I need to put this behind me. And as for telling her about the pregnancy, I think I need to give her a reason to call.
I hope you don’t mind me asking, but you seem to be going through a difficult time in your life. You don’t seem to want to open up to anyone. That’s understandable, but I think you need to talk to someone. Whether it’s your doctor, your pastor,