I can’t tell if you are starting to have a clinical diagnosis of depression. But you’ve shared enough for me to be concerned that you are feeling so mixed up and miserable. To lump everything into “daddy issues” is to make light of what may be a more serious problem. You seem to have a hole inside that is temporarily filled up with a boy or drama or both. All the hooking up and breaking up and questioning and trust issues certainly distract you from the business of doing well in school, figuring out what you’re going to do after graduation, keeping close with close friends and maybe finding a relationship that works — all things that are difficult but important parts of a teen’s senior year of high school.
I also don’t want to overlook the possibility that the emotional upheaval may be medical in origin. If you haven’t seen a doctor for a physical in awhile, that’s the first thing to do.
Medical or emotional, you’ve done what you know how to do to level off. Since all your good efforts haven’t worked, I do think it’s time for you to talk to a pro. Make an appointment with 1) your doctor for a checkup and 2) with a mental health professional for an evaluation. Once you know what you’re dealing with, you’ll be able to decide what to do about it.
Please don’t let more time go by before getting some help. Graduation is coming fast. I think you want to enjoy the last part of your senior year.
I wish you well.