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Hello and thank you for using JustAnswer. May I ask, what is your specific mental health question that you would like an answer to in regards ***** ***** situation?
Have you considered entering into psychotherapy to help you better express your emotional side and better address these mood issues?
Was this a medical doctor or a psychologist?
Psychiatrists typically do not provide therapy anymore as they are more focused on medication management. It would be best to find a psychologist/therapist in your area and start to devote around 45-50 minute sessions one day a week for the next few months. This type of systematic therapy/treatment will better help you to overcome these issues.
Unfortunately you are going to need to make time if you want to feel better. Treatment is not a quick fix here and you need to devote the time and effort needed to overcome these issues with proper psychological support. I understand you are discouraged from seeing other doctors, but you did not go to the right specialist which is why you need a psychologist/therapist.
You are definitely not crazy and your problem is real. Mental health problems cannot be outwardly seen but they are just as serious as medical problems, which is why seeing a psychologist/therapist to start undergoing systematic therapy will be very beneficial for you, but it takes time and effort to reach your goals so you cannot expect a quick fix
Well like I said you need to see a psychologist, so ask the GP to refer you to a psychologist.
You are most welcome. I wish you all the best and I hope you feel better very soon.