Through the time he finished high school, my son was considered to be very bright. We have never had to help him with school work, he was often the source of help to his friends in math, science and computers.
Does it ever happen that panic attacks (and by extension, panic disorder) develop from another condition? I started having panic attacks about eight months ago with varying frequency and intensity. I’ve never had some of the most common complaints, like
From a teen in the U.S.: I’m a junior (17 year old) in high school who has been dealing with some mental issues for a very long time. My father abused my sister and I until I was 11, which
In the news, a study was released showing suicide risk by one’s occupation. For women, artists, designers and those who work in media are at highest risk (for men this is #2). The was story only gave a snippet of
From the U.S.: The past few days have been the hardest. The mother of my son and I was together for about three years. I’ve never been the type to express how I feel in a sensitive way. I recently
My boyfriend and I have been together for 3 years. We met online and after a year we met up in real life. While we have had our problems, we’ve always been able to sort them out. My problem is
I have never trusted anyone which’s stem most likely from being molested. Lately I been thinking about suicide daily but never do it. I have a beautiful fiancé and she loves me but I am emotionally abusing her by accusing