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I honestly just need someone to talk to,I'm just so lost sometimes,I know I'm not okay,I've heard the voices since I was 11,I'm going to be 18 soon,I've only told maybe 4 people about my problem, I know it won't be fixed quick,but I'm just wondering, how can I fight the depression they bring with them,Im not sad,but,when the thought's come,its not small,its like q wave tearing me down day by day until I just don't want to wake up anymore,I don't know what to do,I'm ******* bat **** insane and all I want is a normal life,just, somebody talk to me
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I would strongly suggest you find a Therapist to talk to. Not only will they listen but can give you suggestions and tools to use. As for the depression and voices I would strongly suggest you see a pscychiatrist. You have to take certain steps in order to feel better. You do not need to live this way. Please get help for yourself. Do your parents know. If not I would tell them. You have nothing to be ashamed of. If you were my son I would want you to tell me so that I could get you help no matter what your age is. We are here anytime for you. Just reach out. Positive self talk will help some in addition to what I mentioned above. Be proactive in taking care of your mental health. Hope this helps. We will wait to see how things go. Take care!!
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Yeah they know, they've known for a few months now
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Hi Ethan as Crystal said you need to get help, first point of call your doctor who should refer you on to mental health services. My son had the same problem it started out with depression then hearing voices in his head sometimes four or five talking to him, some nice some not so nice, so you really need to get help for this. The up side is there are medications you will be prescribed once you've got help that will stop the voices in your head. I don't know where you live but there are organisations you can ring like the Samaritans who will stay on the line and chat with you anytime, check them out and other organisations they are there to help and listen to you.
Good luck.
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I really suggest that you seek the help of some more professionals.  Regular therapy sessions plus the meds may prove to be very beneficial for you.

As for the depression aspect, I've traveled a long path with depression and I certainly feel for you.  It gets really lonely when those dark cold places become comfortable.  You've got to know that there is a way out.  Do some research in your community.  Like sorreldean said, there are organizations that can and will help sometimes for little or no cost.
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