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I am a student age 22. I have been very disturbed after my grandmother's death. It just disturbed me. I had a boyfriend then who left me. And i stopped doing everything. I then found my BestFriend lost his mother and i tried hlping him. And i cane out of depression while helping him. But we got into relationship and we broke up. But i remained strong. But it affected me somewhere. Then i went into colg. I met a guy in 2nd yr did everything for him but he couldn't take stand i lft him. Then cane this guy we became great friends but after that guy i could not be strong again. Now it's costing me since when i don't know as m too loosing everything. I overthink, overreact. N my friends and family are not able to cope up with me. They have gone impatient. They criticise more than supporting me by there actions. I am si unable to deal with that i have self harmed myself in last 5 6 years. I feel relieved from mental pain after hurting myself. I hv stopped it but urge is still there. Help me


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replied July 19th, 2017
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It is more likely that you are looking for a successful relationship but so far it has not been helpful.

But it does not look that you are concentrating on your carreer. If a person has a successful carreer, the success makes them euphoric and this even helps to meet people who are compatible to you, either as friends or possible spouses.

Instead of worrying about trifles, it would be best recommended that you concentrate on your studies and your carreer, which will provide a proper foundation to your future.

It may look difficult, hence seek proper help with a psychiatrist who can counsel you properly, and help you deal with your feelings and help you move on in life.

I hope this helps.


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