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cant stop banging my head

hi, im 18 and have a bit of an issue, either its with my hands or against a wall, i cant stop banging my head. i think it happens when i'm frustrated or stressed, im not sure what to think of it, sometimes i hit my self so hard my vision gets blurry for a while, but ive never passed out. nobody knows about this but me, it used to be cutting, but then i realised that scars last, and i dont like attention, so i began hitting my head.
it relieves frustration and stress like a click of a button... but its the bang of my head. i cant focus on school because i often get random headaches during it.
i dont want to see a therapist.
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replied February 26th, 2018
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i believe you have a borderline personality disorder and it needs complete psycho therapy sessions removal of stressors from your life and consult with a good Psychiatrist and need of some good psychiatric pills to get you out of this trouble. Don't worry you will be taken care of good once you start medications.

Take care.
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