Our expert says:
Don't make more of a big deal out of it than it has to be. And they probably already worry that you might not be feeling well. Just calmly tell them how bad you feel, and that you want them to help you see someone who can help you. With ANY disorder or probllem, the earlier it is treated, the better the results. More than many other unhappy teens ( and there are very many of them, believe me ) you have the good sense to recognize that things should be better than this, and to look for help. Congratulations on that !
Now, I don't know your parents. Some are well in tune with and easily understand psychologgical problems, and respect them. Some tend to be thicker, and to think that anything less than a broken leg is "all in your mind" and you should just change your mind about it and all will be well. As Maria says, they may already be woried about you, and wondering how to talk with you about it. Print out your two posts, and give these to them, maybe along with these responses, and they should be pleased to help you see a psychiatrist, psychologist or at least a GP in the first place, for an assessment and further advice.
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