okay so a couple of years ago i was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, and panic disorder. but when i was 8(i'm 17 now) i had started going to therapy for auditory and visual hallucinations. i didn't really realize what was going on, i thought that the devil was talking to me or something. then those stopped and i was fine until i was 15. then i started having panic attacks and i was depressed and angry. so i started going to therapy again and my therapist was talking to my mom to find out about my childhood, and my mom was telling her about when i was 3 and my babysitter's ex husband broke in the house with a knife and i had to hide in a closet. i saw him walk in, but he didn't see me. but i had almost completely forgotten about that until my therapist told me that my mom was talking about it. and then when i was 8, my babysitter and her ex got remarried and my parents made me go to the wedding so i had to see him again, and that's when the halluciantions started. i also started getting dissociated around that time too. so my therapist told me that i have ptsd, so i was wondering if that means if i'm actually bipolar or anything else or if it's just the ptsd. i do not know what's going on with my brain.
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