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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    What am I constantly crying and highly stressed over minor things?

    For the past couple of years I have moments of intense anxiety, stress and sadness. It goes on and off with peaks. Recently, over a few situations that have come to surface it has peaked once again. I am constantly wanting to cry, am overly stressed, numb, and just don't feel happy at all. It is also hard for me to pinpoint why I feel the way I do sometimes. I don't understand what is wrong with me and how I can go back to being a happy person.
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    I am a psychologist in private practice.I also lecture and supervise psychologists/psychology students at University.I work with clients who suffer from depression and anxiety. I … View Profile

    It is not possible to make an accurate diagnosis of your condition without seeing you. However, you have said enough that it is clear that you are suffering. You sound very unhappy and quite anxious. I suggest you see your doctor and a psychologist so that an accurate diagnosis can be made. Following a diagnosis, you can be offered some possible treatment options. You can then begin to resolve the probem. I hope this information is helpful to you.

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