There's lots of good information on the Internet, but you will also find opinions, misconceptions, and inaccurate information. There are people who believe that we never walked on the moon and that the Holocaust never happened, so be careful when you read a web page. Look for what Wikipedia calls the "verifiability" of information.
You have to differentiate between internal and external fear and respond to Remember life keeps serving you up the same lessons until you demonstrate that you’ve learned them and respond accordingly. You think that it’s all probably going to end anyway? A big clue is if you’ve done this line of bullshit before and it sounds like excuses and possible desperation.
Think about the value and challenges of using Wikipedia.
Some websites were designed to be intentionally misleading.
She has been treated for years with various antidepressants and mood stabilizers but has had only two short inpatient admissions.
She has seen numerous therapists since childhood and, for the past five years, has been treated by a respected psychiatrist with a specialty in serious mental illness and psychopharmacology.