About Delusions That Are Getting Excessive?
My name is ODI, I am 15 years old. I often fantasize about things and feel like I have my own world, for example when I am sad, stressed, angry, happy, etc. I always run into that ‘world’. But I realized that emotions are only for the ‘world’, if in my social life my attitude is normal. In my fantasy world I am free to express myself because in social life I am an ambivert type (I guess). right now I have been crying a lot because there are so many things that I can’t express. My delusion this time was that there was a psychiatrist I spoke to that spilled everything on my mind until I cried. I am well aware that what I do in the ‘world’ cannot be done in my ordinary life. Every time I explore this ‘world’, I lock the door to my room and I realize that when I look in the mirror, I still talk. R n r nI just can’t express to the other. Mostly i am quiet people. R n r nI have read about things that are similar to my symptoms and I think they are daydreaming. Yes. I’m writing this too because it’s part of my fantasy 🙂
Imagining is actually a normal and natural thing because it is one way to be able to develop a way of thinking as well as an adaptation to environmental conditions that are not in accordance with expectations, but fantasizing will become a nuisance when it cannot be controlled so that it can interfere where you can no longer distinguish which one reality or imaginary world. In addition, when what is imagined cannot be fulfilled, it can cause both physical disturbances or disturbances to daily social life.
For this reason, if your imagination starts to become difficult to control, it starts to cause disturbances in daily activities both in the school environment and in the family environment, you should tell this to your parents and closest friends so that later parents can help to do good counseling by professionals such as doctors. psychiatrist or psychiatrist or at school with BP / BK teachers. In addition, try to be able to open yourself up to be able to take part in other activities outside the home to help improve your ability to control delusions and also be able to socialize with new environments, new friends and also positive activities such as extracurricular activities such as sports, organizations or other activities such as art activities, writing works and others.
Also read articles on personality disorders.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.