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my anxiety is making me feel like i want to kill myself. i don't know how to make it stop. i've tried therapy. it didn't work. ?

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Dr. Renae Roelofs
36 years experience Dentistry
Help is available: I am not a medical doctor but have experienced what you are going through personally and with both of my teenage children. Do not lose hope. There are many solutions to your problem including medications, therapy, biofeedback, relaxation techniques and support groups. There is no fast cure. It will take some time to overcome anxiety. See a psychiatrist and a counselor, they can help you.
Answered on May 3, 2015
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