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Whats wrong with me?

Wed, Aug 22nd 2007

When i was younger, i suffered from verbal bullying, when i was about 15 and i still haven\'t recovered from it four years later. I can\'t stop thinking about things and i keep going over things in my head. I struggle to create conversation be it by phone or text message and i isolate myself due to my lack of social confidence and the huge effort it is to talk to somebody. I also suffer from terrible mood swings, and i seem to have no distinct personality. I find it strange that i have changed so dramatically and have no understanding of whats wrong with me, how to help myself and how to rediscover who i am. Do you have any idea what could be wrong with me?

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