Firstly, I am very sorry if I've messed up, I think I'm in the right section...
I'm 16 years old and my doctor says it "seems like [I've] got depression". I've felt hollow for about five months now - Does that make sense? I'm not necessarily always sad, though I am often. I'm just usually hollow. It's like I can't feel anything but frustration about not feeling anything.
I'm stressed out with school, really stressed. Within the last few months, I've felt like my results have been going down. Sometimes I don't remember being in the lesson. I remember walking in and when I check my book, I've done the work. But I don't remember BEING there.
It's not just the lessons, it's seeing my friends. Being around them just makes me feel worse. I still hang around with them because I know cutting out interacting with friends would make things worse in the long run.
My dad (My parents found out a fortnight ago because my sister told) says that another reason I'm stressed is because I'm worried about my friends and that's true. All of their problems, I do everything I can to help. But, when the situation is reversed, I don't think I can count on them.
My friend, "Jeremy", had depression before (he's okay now) I kept my phone beside me 24/7 so that he could call me when he woke up at 3 a.m. every night and I let him cry in my kitchen and comforted him... But, since he git better and I got worse, he's barely spoken to me other than when we walk to school and when I tried talking to him when I was upset, he started having a go at me and somehow I was the one who apologised!
I don't know what to do. What should I do?