i have this friend that im trying to help out. hes 15. his doctor wont listen to him when he says that he thinks he has a bigger problem than what they think. right now i guess they just think its stress from not sleeing enough and the have him on depression meds. but ive been talking to him and he seems really concerned that he could have bipolar or a personality disorder. and after hearing alot of what he says im pretty sure he does too. he is going to talk to his doctor, but he wants to know what he should say, he doesnt want to say all the things hes thinking, but the main things that will get the doctor to listen to him. any ideas?
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