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How do I know what's wrong with me?

I know I'm not normal. I cry a lot and for no reason at all sometimes. Sometimes I feel very down and sometimes I feel so happy or "high" like I can conquer anything. I'm scared to be alone but I like to be alone if that makes sense. I feel like I'm going crazy. I get in moods that I'm just pissed off at everything and I take it out on people who are around me. I'm paranoid about everything. Sometimes I don't care what happens to me. I'm not motivated to do anything but I want to do something. I don't eat much except when my period is due I eat everything in sight. I'm just scared. If anyone can help me understand what is wrong with me PLEASE feel free to comment anything that you know.
Category: Symptoms 5 years ago
chrystalrose
Asked 5 years ago

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I hear ya! Like you I like being alone. But for me it is because I work with people all day long with noise and hustling and bustling, that at the end of the day, I just want to go home to peace and silence. I have had enough for one day. On my weekends off, I do not do too much unless I have to go out to church or absolutely need to go shopping. And yes, one minute I good, next I am not. Some one said something or did something or didn't do or say it. So, yes, I hear ya! Do you go to a therapist? I do, and I am happy that I do. She helps me see things in a different light. Go to your doctor and tell here what is going on. Perhaps you have Bipolar or something along those lines. Define paranoid? I think everyone is paranoid about something or another. I would definitely talk to a doctor and/or a therapist and see if they can help you ID what the problem is and then tell you what you can do to alleviate these problems. Hope this helps.
donnaann
Answered 5 years ago
donnaann

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