Are ocd, anxiety, bipolar, depression, and asperger's all mental illnesses?

Yes. All of the phenomena you list can be found in the DSM 5, published by the American Psychiatric Association as recognized diagnoses.

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Can anxiety, depression and OCD cause a racing mind simular to bipolar disorder?

Sometimes. Anxious ruminations & agitated depression can certainly present with racing thoughts. I can't think of any reason why ocd might not somtimes present similarly. Read more...

I have depression, OCD and anxiety disorder. Do I have bipolar disorder too? I have varied moods from extremely sad to happy to very angry and irritable.

Too many labels. If you have bipolar disorder you can eliminate the depressive diagnosis because it includes that. The only way for a diagnosis to me made it with the help of a mental health professional. Please see on to get the support you need. Peace and good health. Medicine alone is probably not enough. Cognitive behavioral therapy may help also. Read more...
Evaluation. Bipolar disorder is characterized by disturbances in mood including mania. Any patient suffering from depression needs an evaluation to include screening for mania. Read more...

I have severe bi-polar disorder, depression, anger, anxiety, ocd. Don't like humanity. Strange interests, help?

Warmline. You can try to call the warmline in your area. Check out warmline, com for someone to talk to about your problems. You should see a psychologist and a psychiatrist asap. Read more...

Is it potentially dangerous to fall in love while having a mental illness (ADD/anxiety/depression/bipolar)? Can infatuation "interact" with medication

Depends on your . Definition of love? This is too broad of a question in a medical forum. Are you asking if your emotional judgement is impaired or clouded while taking psychiatric meds? Hopefully your moods are more stable, while you're on them to make better choices, not worse choices. You can always ask friends & family when introducing your new friend to them. Second opinions are often helpful! Read more...

Can the trauma of verbal and emotional abuse from a bipolar spouse cause the "healthy" partner to develop mental illness such as depression or anxiety?

Abuse and depression. Being in a relationship with a partner who is verbal and emotional abuse can easily negatively affect one's self-esteem. When one's self-esteem goes down it can clearly cause depression and anxiety. Sometimes it us very difficult to get out of abusive relationships. If you need help with this relationship find a therapist who can help you make the healthiest choices . Read more...