I think the important thing for you is to focus less on what your diagnosis is and more on getting help, so I’m glad that you plan to make an appointment. From what you have listed here, you do have elements of all the diagnoses that you listed, but especially depression and anxiety. There’s also the possibility of bipolar disorder considering the mood swings and impulsive behaviors that you mentioned. However, having a thorough evaluation with a trained mental health professional will help you not only clarify possible diagnoses, but plan for the best treatment approach — which may include therapy and medication.
Most of us have elements of psychological and/or medical diagnoses, and the more we read about them, the more convinced we may become that we have them. But there are specific criteria that must be met to truly qualify for a disorder and the symptoms have to be severe enough to interfere with daily functioning. Luckily, that last criteria means most of us wouldn’t be diagnosed with everything we think we might. Hope this helps.
All the best,
Dr. Holly Counts