Help! Why Is Recovering From Mental Health Issues So Hard?

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I’ve been seeing psychiatrists since I was 14 and am now 17. For brief periods of time I have been ok but for most of the time, i’ve either been too anxious to go anywhere, depressed and have had an episode of psychosis when I was 15. Everytime things start to get better I end up having problems again.
I’ve tried different therapies, medication and alternative remedies but it only seems to help for a short while.
How do I recover for good and avoid getting depressed, too anxious and how do I make sure I don’t get psychosis again?

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3 Responses to “Help! Why Is Recovering From Mental Health Issues So Hard?”

  1. Sarah J says:

    Take, accept, use, believe and actually try the treatments your professionals tell you. If something doesn’t work, try other treatments. So if you’ve tried medications, try talk therapy, or vice versa. There is no way to be sure that you don’t suffer from these again, there is no guaranteed recovery. Just hard work, determination, and good therapy. But don’t lose hope because most people end up living happy lives regardless of their mental issues or illnesses.

  2. my fellow Americans says:

    Psychotic episodes require a severe depression as a lot of chemical are needed to put you in the limbic brain system or primitive brain control. It takes a long time to clean the fluid again as there is no kidney . There is always a chance you will believe falsely in the future again and the upper lobes will have to erase your hopes and make the resulting chemicals again. Your going to have to figure out how to avoid depression on your own as there is no one who is teaching you now.

  3. Freaking Winter= Humble Gasoline says:

    Develop your own philosophy–manual to life–for yourself. Connect your past logically and unbiased. From the traumatic events, understand you’re still living and breathing today which is testament of your survival against a traumatic time and place; look at it as being a stronger versus the next person.

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