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Experiencing stress, depression, anger, jealousy, anxiety. How to treat these emotional disorders?

im worried i stress too much. i think i have an emotional disorder. on days where i feel good emotionally, it never lasts long. im usually depressed, upset, angry, sorry, anxious, jealous, insecure, and unappreciated. and im 18 years old (male). whats wrong with me? and how can i fix it? i feel like im such a burden to my girlfriend and i love her very much and i try to give her the best. but i hate myself when my emotions ruin me.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

Having variations in mood, sometimes having depressive symptoms and sometimes the opposite of these symptoms, are a predictor of bipolar disorder. You may have to give more history to a qualified psychiatrist to be able to identify the disorder. However, any disorder can be fixed and you should consult a psychiatrist for the same. I hope this helps.

Take care.
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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