I have A.D.H.D, O.C.D, Migranes, Stomicaches, Depression, and Anxity. i mean, why me?! im only 15! and on top of that, im probally going to have High Blood Pressure when im older because my mom has it, and my dad had it when he was alive.. Im on all these medications (Xanax, Maxalt, Adderall,) and i just got off of Amitriptyline. Maxalt dosent work for shit, im practiclly addicted to Xanax, i'v been on it so long. And im not even going to mention anything about the Adderall... I fucking HATE! my life. Im sure these "Conditions" are all connected in one way are another, and i just got expelled from my school 2 mounths ago, (Just like all my other schools (Expelled)). Because i was always getting in (Troble (fights, not following directions, and being disrespcetful to teachers.)) and had shitty grades (All F's). Thats because of my A.D.H.D. My mom still hates me because of that. If anyone knows anything about why this is happening, are if you know anyone that is going, are went though this, PLEASE TELL ME! (i NEED help with this ALOT!)
Do you have any adult in your life you can turn to for help? Someone from school, aunts, uncles, a parent of a friend? Depending on where you live, there are programs for young adults like you. But you need to be cooperative. Are these medications making you feel worse or better? Maybe you need different meds all together! If you had the chance to sit down with an adult and explain how you're feeling, would you do it? I know of many programs around Chicago that have excellent youth programs. Aunt Martha's is one of them. You can always call the Salvation Army, talk to a leader at a local church, if your mom isn't helping you, it's up to you to start helping yourself. At 15, you know how to take care of yourself. At least do some research about programs in your area. Maybe even a mentor may help you. Big Brother is a great program. You sound very frustrated with the whole deal, I know. And your right! These conditions are related. Anxiety can cause stomachaches, headaches, etc. Please help yourself by researching local programs. If you find a good one, don't be defensive, rebellious, cause if you really want the help, you need to be honest and cooperative. It really sucks being a teen these days. It will get better, I promise. It's just a matter of time before the right person comes in to your life and helps you get through these tough times. Hang in there.
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