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13 year old girl.. I think im depressed

Im thirteen very popular.. I know like everyone and am obsessed with my phone i cant out it down.. I have a supportive family, but they dont understand me cause none of them are social people.. The reason i think i am depressed is because i always cry myself to sleep have tried cutting myself becore but i cant manage to do it... Im just a wuss.. I lash out at my parents all the time and swear at them under my breath and in my mind.. Ivd been rating way less lately, from about 6-7 little meals a day to just having dinner. I feel lonely and anxious all the time... Ive thought about suicide but i know i couldnt do it just because it would hurt so many people around me, but i do think about the topis often.. Am i depressed? If so what do i do?
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hey there...you need to talk to your parents about taking you to doctor. your so young with your life ahead of you. i have  13 year old girl and if she felt like you do i would want to help. so pleAse tell parents. i wouldn't be mad. i would want my girl healthy. so please tell your mom. she loves you so much more than you think. i know she does. even when we don't show it. hugs..
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Hi sweetheart. I am 24 and was a little younger than you when my depression started. I used to think that my parents were against me and that no one understood what i was going through. I spent several years in denial then suddenly opened up to both my parents and they helped me. They took me to the doctor and alot of my issues were resolved. I do still suffer with depression and anxiety but it is now under control and i have my mum to thank for that. She became my best friend.
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