Thank you for taking the time to write. At 16 years old I can understand how difficult it would be to ask for help. So far you have done all the right things in gathering information: You have been reflective of your own behavior; have taken multiple tests; and have now written us here–all good steps. Your parents and the guidance counselor can’t help if they don’t know you need it. Show the guidance counselor in your school this letter by sending a link to him or her and request a meeting. This will do two things. It will introduce the issue to the counselor before you walk in the door, and it will give you a chance to talk to someone who is very familiar with these kinds of things, and can help you find a way to cope. It is okay to ask for help. This informs people of what our needs are.