Behavior Often Changes In People Who Have A History Of Past Trauma?
My sister was married to a widow who has a history of suddenly having to deal with the reality (ex) of a husband who was so trusted turned out to have will since before they were married. Under normal circumstances my brother-in-law is so kind and very fond of her husband. But at certain times, especially if there are health problems suddenly can change completely and with unreasonable reasons accusing her husband of lying to her and having an affair so often bickering. After it subsided, she always apologized and said she really believed her husband. Is this a symptom of multiple personality or is it a post traumatic syndrome disorder? What’s the solution?
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Further conditions must be explored. Multiple personality is a condition of dissociative identity disorder where a person has more than one individual personality in him. Generally, this condition can be triggered due to traumatic events that occurred in the past. Traumatic events that occur can be in the form of physical or emotional pressure on a person that occurs repeatedly since childhood. Characteristics of multiple personalities are the discovery of interactions in one individual but with different characters, and identifying himself as a person who is different from the usual individual.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is a condition of psychiatric disorders due to traumatic events such as accidents, natural disasters, or other traumatic events. Disorders like this can make someone feel fear, anxiety, unable to forget or keep remembering the traumatic event. Behaviors that can occur in the form of trying to isolate themselves from the environment, have deep feelings of guilt, difficulty concentrating, sleep disturbances, or sudden responses such as fear, especially if there are triggers that remind individuals of traumatic events.
It is advisable to conduct an examination and consultation with a psychiatrist so that interaction can be carried out to find out the underlying cause of the complaint, as well as planned management in accordance with the medical condition experienced. Avoid excessive psychological activity and pressure, use relaxation methods according to preference, avoid taking self medication without doctor's instructions.
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