Someone please explain what happened

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Last night i went downstairs and waited up all night for my couisin to come to my house. I was so positive she was coming at 3am. My mum kept telling me that she wasn't coming and i refused to sleep in my bedroom so i slept on the couch and woke up at 8:30.

I felt like i was dreaming but my mum told me it was real. I was so confused. I dont understand.

Can someone explain what happened to me please. Has this ever happened to any of you?

(Im 15 years old and diagnosed with depression)

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    Are you on medication?
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    Hello dearie, yes something similar to that happened to me as well. Though I thought or rather felt as if the jade Buddha from 'Around the World in 80 Days'  was following me, only it was a 8 feet huge jade Buddha and scared the crap out of me. You may laugh. It made me really anxious because not only a part of me was being sceptical to this thought but I was actually convinced it was there, stalking the logic and reality out of my head. Though I didn't tell anyone right away, due to reasons, but fortunately the feeling went away after a good night's sleep. However, what was alarming was that the next day I woke up to the chattering of my mum, brother and sister, I thought my brother and sister weren't really my siblings. And there I was convincing myself in my bed that it's not true. I had half the mind of looking through our birth certificates just to get my mind back to reality and then there was the thought that maybe they're all fake and I'm adopted and I don't belong here. So I stopped thinking ahead of things and focused on the main problem "my 'fake' siblings". And thank God I was able to get out of it, after a series of denial and holy verses (I'm not that religious though should be), before I got up from bed too. And thankfully, it never happened again.

    When this happens, its due to some chemical imbalance in our brains or something, it's not normal and you need to see a doctor for this (though I didn't but that's reckless) but it's also kind of a code red emergency call from our brains that something isn't right or when you're depressed and blocking it out, well you're mind has got to tell you that somehow, right?

    I suggest get some help, from you're docter, therapist, family. Also try meditating to calm you're nerves and eventually depression. That's what I'm doing.

    Hopes this helps.

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