The biological dysfunction that is causing emotional distress and not allowing you to function effectively, is best treated with medicines and supportive therapy.
Medicines are aimed at eliminating the dysfunction in your brain by enabling better control of your emotions and feelings. They strengthen the functioning of various chemicals/neurotransmitters in your brain.
Supportive therapy is aimed at answering your and your family’s many concerns about the illness, treatment and the future. Giving information, addressing issues related to family, job and social roles along with providing an environment where the illness is looked upon as a challenge in life to be overcome; are key elements of this therapy.