What should I do , Am I going Crazy?
I've been extra sensitive through my whole life... Also kinda depressed , but the last three years of my life was a disaster , my work is kinda bad and I've worked in 4 companies in 2 years , can't think or concentrate or do anything right.. my mind is talking to me... i have never been or loved a girl through my whole life.. until i met a girl who i loved for more than two years... i loved her more than my self.. than anything.. than everything... i even felt bad because i loved her more than my family... but things got bad and she left me.. although i struggled to be with her except that she didn't even try.. now i hate everything.. i hate girls... i even feel so bad and mad if i saw a girl who looms beautiful to me... im having panic attacks , anxiety attacks and mind talking , i also have Obsessive Compulsive disorder behavior towards everything specially in arranging things , plus Obsessive Compulsive thoughts and suicidal thoughts , I've gone to a psychiatrist and she said i have clinical depression which is severe and most of whats happening with me is due to messed up chemicals in my brain due to all the pressure i had to take and put on my self... i latterly cry on everything... I've tried taking medication (Xanax) for few days but its so exhausting i had to cut it off... what should i do... its more than what i wrote... but its hard to tell everything... what should i do?
What are some effective ways to move on from someone you're pretty sure you loved? If your ex started a new relationship with someone close right after the breakup, do you consider it is cheating? My ex is out partying while I still am heartbroken? Am I right to break up with her? Which is a better way to get an ex back?
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