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mimi999999999 | 22:12 Wed 12th Jan 2022 | Body & Soul
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I don’t know if it’s just me, but i’m so tired of everything recently. I feel so mentally drained. I only get at least 6 hours of sleep now. Every single day I don’t want to go to school because the people around me just make me feel even worse. They make fun of their own friends, always new drama, and fake people. I talk to almost nobody in school, and I feel lonely throughout the entire day. My parents do not understand me, they just think I don’t want to go to school. I am so tired of feeling like this every single day. I just want this feeling to stop.

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Seek help for your depression. This might be a good place to start. (Once again, I'm assuming that you're in the USA, as you've not told us where you're located):
https://www.dbsalliance.org/support/for-friends-family/for-teens/
I can remember feeling like this as a teenager. You just have to keep going somehow. You are much better off today. Sounds as if you have (probably hormonal) depression. This feeling will stop eventually, but I would see a doctor if I were you.

I must warn you that if you react like this as a teenager, you may also find it recurring as you age (I hope you don't). Just be aware and ready to take action.
Think about just how many people there are in the world. Seven thousand million people - when I last looked at least! Someone told me this once - whatever you are thinking, whatever you are feeling, there is ALWAYS someone else somewhere thinking and feeling exactly the same things as you. When the internet came along I thought I might test this idea. I have found that whatever I try to think of, someone else has already thought of the same (or very similar) idea. Try it out - think of something bonkers - like,er, the 'study of dental decay in gerbils'. I just made that up and haven't bothered searching for it, but I will bet there are Google results for it. Same with how any of us feels - someone else not only will be feeling the same - but I would bet that there's someone else somewhere feeling exactly the same at right this moment. My point is not to find them, but just know you are never ever the only person to think/feel like that. The other thing to try to remember - is that when you are a young person (which I am guessing since you mention school) - time passes very slowly. Time gets faster as you get older. For me now - a whole year feels like only a month passing. Things are always changing - you will decide on a school subject or a hobby or a skill - that you want to concentrate on and you will get so focussed on it you will become one of the best at that thing - you will be so busy enjoying do your favourite thing you won't notice the things that get you down now. Someone at school when I was a kid (I think it was a boy in the sixth form) once told me - "Don't bother what everyone else is doing. Ignore them. You just do your own thing". Which I did. Except - I did not get a balance. I just non-stop studied this one subject (& just enough to get by in other subjects). I never learnt a musical instrument, I never did sports, I never mixed with any school friends) - so if you can try to get the balance I failed to achieve. I did real well in one subject but I wish I had made time to do something recreational as well, though no one could have stopped me working on my one subject even if they tried. All I can say in favour of my absolute focus on one subject is that it allowed me to ignore everything else around me. Except I regret I didn't help my mum much round the house. I just always said I was busy studying. Oh another idea I just remembered - I have always written stuff down, making lists - all kinds of lists - and I think now tat doing that gets stuff out of your head because subconsciously your brain know you ave it down on paper - so the brain doesn't have to worry about thinking about it - so write down lots of things to give your head space to think about other things instead. Crikey - sorry to witter on so long. I'm off to get some breakfast now. I know things will get better for you - things are always changing - you've already shown you have initiative to change things for yourself by asking a question on here for a start!
School isn’t for ever!!! School isn’t for everyone just look at it as a job you have to do till you can leave and meet better people at uni college or in the real world!
Almost everyone has gone through it. And of course, it was easy for some, and very difficult for others. The most common problem in our head looks like this: "I think about what others around me will think. I try to behave in such a way that they like it." This is a common problem that is exhausting and makes you lose a lot of energy. The whole solution is that all the people from your environment are fixated only on themselves, and they have almost nothing to do with you. But there are also more sociable people and less sociable people. We all depend on each other in one way or another, and our society directly affects us. In this regard, I recommend that you do not hesitate to consciously copy people by choosing only the best habits, thereby strengthening your image. And there is also such a thing as responsibility for your life, take it upon yourself. If it happens to you that you unwittingly blame someone for your problems. Then try to figure out who really is responsible and continue to be responsible for your actions without attracting third parties. It seems difficult at first glance, but believe me .. After working on yourself, you will have both meaning and incentive in all your affairs and relationships

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