Causes And Overcomes Feelings Of Sad Fear And Worry?
Hello,. I graduated from a university in the city of Solo and I was 24. Long story short, after a few months looking for a job, I finally got a job offer from one of the well-known companies and the job was my dream field. However, the location of the work placement is in Jakarta so far from parents. Previously, I had never boarded or lived far from my parents. There was a feeling of sadness when I thought I would stay away from my parents, home. And these feelings are coupled with feelings of fear and worry about my work or the people there. I really want to take this opportunity, but there are feelings of sadness, fear, worry, etc. that prevent me from thinking positively and sincerely. Please, how can I get those negative feelings to disappear so that I too can be happy in a new place. thank you
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In principle, feelings of sadness, fear, and worry are very normal things to happen when we get out of the comfort zone. These feelings are actually a normal response when humans are faced with a problem, which serves so that we can better prepare ourselves to face these challenges.
However, in some cases, these feelings if excessive can disrupt concentration, reduce productivity, interfere with social interaction, and generally reduce a person's quality of life. In addition, it can also cause several mental illnesses, such as depression, anxiety disorders, panic disorders, etc.
Some things you can do right now are:
Prepare yourself well, both mentally, physically, administrative things needed to move to a new place, etc.
Preparing a means of communication so that they can still interact with family and parents. At present even though physically separated, it is very easy to keep in touch with those closest to you through information technology.
Realizing that even for the worst case, the option to return home will still be available whenever possible. Especially if your new place is not separate the island from your parents' house.
Realizing that the decision is a good thing for your independence, and also to organize your better future.
Draw close to God Almighty
If afterwards you still feel restless, worried, and begin to interfere with your activities and rest, I suggest to consult a general practitioner, psychiatrist, or psychologist to avoid undesirable conditions.
So, hopefully you can help.