Changes In Attitude When In The Environment Of Friends And At Home?
Hello Good night. I feel I have 2 qualities, if in a public place (workplace, friendship environment) I like to talk aka chatty and cheerful words, but when I am at home automatically I prefer to be alone in my room for me time but still keep chatting and joking with family but not so cheerful and fussy when outside. And this attitude change automatically without me regulating. Besides, I really like in my own room even though I do not refuse if invite my friends out. Sometimes I worry and worry about something, feel sad over the past, but suddenly I can be as usual again. And I feel that I have slept too long, it feels like to keep sleeping. Does this case include depression or is it still reasonable category? Thank you
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Basically mood disorders such as depression or bipolar disorder will cause significant impairment of life functions in sufferers. People who are depressed or bipolar (there is a change in depressive mood and mania or hypomania) will experience significant disturbances in their work or school, may experience disruption of social relationships with others, and cannot care for themselves properly (including having a tendency to hurt themselves or suicide).
Looking at your description, chances are you don't experience any mood disorders (depression or bipolar disorder). You seem to be able to function well in your workplace and can still enjoy your friendship with other people (your friends or family). Enjoying your own time in the room (or enjoying me your time) is not wrong nor is it abnormal. Everyone has their own way of resting and restoring mental fatigue, there are those who prefer to go out and enjoy time with others, there are also those who prefer to be alone and enjoy time in the room. As long as this doesn't bother you or anyone else, this is normal and normal. Having anxiety and sadness, as long as it does not interfere with the function of your daily life is also normal and very human.
If you feel this change in your nature is really bothering you, then you can consult your condition to a psychologist or psychiatrist for further evaluation.
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