I read in another post that you have munchausen syndrome. I also read that you are 15 and those two combined can be problematic in trying to give you some support. I will say that this is a bipola forum and your question would be better suited for the anxiety forum or the teenage depression forum. I read that you contribute your munchausen to having a rough childhood and since I did as well I will not judge you on the attention seeking, I never did it but you need to stop diagnosing yourself with different illnesses so that you can learn who you actuay are. Talk to a therapist and start working on letting go of some of these behaviors. You are young and you cannot forever blame everything on your chlldhood. I did for a long time but I had to let go of that so I could prove that I was better than that.
Please seek some therapy and check out the depression forum for support from other people that may be able to relate to you.
I wish you the best of luck,
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