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I hear a voice in my head, I can't meet people, I have bad dreams, I think about death more than often, I get depressed for no reason, and I don't feel connected to this world or even human among other things. Can you please tell me whats wrong with me?

Many of the symptoms you are

Many of the symptoms you are describing such as ruminating about death or withdrawing from other people are very common of major depressive disorder. If you are feeling suicidal it is extremely important that you tell somebody right away. It is important to recognize that depression is a mental disorder that can be treated just like many physical disorders. So, don't suffer needlessly. Call a crisis hot line or see a mental health professional right away.

The fact that you are hearing a voice is also quite troubling as this is not normal and definitely a sign of a serious problem. Sometimes people can get so depressed that they start to lose touch with reality and begin to have psychotic symptoms (such as hearing voices). Alternately you may have a psychotic disorder and that also requires immediate medical attention. Get help now -- don't wait any longer.

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams

Monnica T. Williams, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist specializing in OCD

I'm gonna be honest from the

I'm gonna be honest from the way I read what you wrote I got that there is nothing I can do personally to fix me, and I should find a hole and rot. Seeking a mental health professional, I don't have the money; Calling a mental health crisis hot line, they want me to sit down, and breathe, and drink water, and watch sitcoms. All in which I've done before. So I'm stuck living with an extra person in my head. Thanks for your time and your concern enough to write me back. I appreciate the bad news. Sorry for sounding callous I'm just depressed.

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