If you have no backup stop what you are doing until you do.
You will need an external drive large enough to hold the entire content of your internal drive. You will use Carbon Copy Cloner to make a clone of the internal drive. Then (from the recovery partition) you will erase the internal drive, finally you will restore the clone to the internal drive.
But first try repairing the disk using the recovery partition.
PS: do not be in a hurry, you are changing the partition structure on your Mac (which could cost you everything on it unless done correctly)
Are you sure that you are ready for this, you seem to have trouble following me, I already answered this question
Also when I select the clone will it automatically put it back into place on my hdd or will I have to do something?
As for this:
So on what partition will I go onto to have access to CCC? Will I go onto my external hdd to acess CCC?
I am a little perturbed.
After you install CCC on your HDD (in order to make the clone in the first place) you will clone the drive, the external drive then will be an exact duplicate of the internal, thus it wll also contain CCC. You will boot TO THE CLONE for all further operations until the clone is transferred back to the HDD, then and only then will you boot from the HDD.