I have seen my GP about my anxiety but am too scared to tell them about the rest.
I need help.
I am either depressed or really happy and my mood can change rapidly. I become really stressed and anxious about nothing and can't get out of bed to go to school. I have attempted to end my life multiple times, but only one that I know my mother knows about. I occasionally self-harm or drink full bottles of wine to try to escape.
I have seen my GP about my anxiety but am too scared to tell them about the rest. I just want to be happy.
Well done for having the courage to see a GP and ask for help. Many of us never pluck up the courage to confront our issues and keep having an unhappier life because of that.
It's perfectly normal for you to be scared to tell your GP everything. But you harming yourself and having attempted to end your life sounds serious.
If at any time you feel like you are going to hurt yourself, it's extremely important that you contact someone to talk about it straight away. People you can get help from include local support groups at your school, church, or in your community, or the Kids Helpline or Lifeline (see numbers below).
However, it's possible that the help you need is professional help. Unfortunately, with little knowledge about you and your history, it's hard for me to work out what could be the causes of your mood changes. Scary as it may be, please be brave and tell your GP the full story so that you can get the help you need to stop hurting yourself.
There is nothing to be embarrassed about. Harming yourself is a way you have found to try to feel better. The problem is that it is a very dangerous and an unhelpful coping skill. A good professional can help you find ways to feel better without hurting yourself.
Good luck! You deserve to be happy.