About Me: Female, 22, Rapid City, SD, member since Feb 2013
I am Brandi, I consider myself normal. However lately since my grandfather passed away I feel a lot different than I did before. I am 18 years old and have taken multiple surveys about multiple depressions and have scored extremely depressed, dangerous levels of depress
[More]ion. Somehow I am numb to this feelings yet, I don't sleep hardly at all. I go through my days with a blank mind. I lost interest in things I used to love. I find it hard to be happy. I get upset over small things. I am a lot more sensitive than people give me credit for. I have been suicidal before when I was younger. I still consider it but no longer attempt it. I think about it a lot. I am on no medications. I am stubborn and don't trust doctors. I refuse to see one and tell them all the things I have been dealing with. I need an escape, or solution, and fast.
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