Just because your parents don't believe in depression doesn't mean it sin't real. Take it with a grain of salt at this point. I know that you want them to believe you and help you. But the truth is at this point they don't. So you have to find a way to continue going on. Are you seeing a doctor? And a counselor? It seems you are seeing a coundselor. Continue to do this. She/he will help you get through this. Whether your parents believe you or not. Try to be patient with them. People who have never been depressed, have no clue as to what we are going through. So be patient with them. Just do the best you can around them. Try not to think of the depression when you are around them. Put on your happy face and do the best that you can. Being that they don't acknowledge your depression hurts, but like I say. If you have never been depressed, you can't understand it. And that really isn't their fault. They just don't "get it".
Keep posting here, it will help you to feel better.
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fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, depression,allergies