Coping With The Trauma Of Being Criticized?
Hello, before I want to tell you sorry if my story is too long, when I was in elementary school I was isolated in my home environment because my parents were people who didn’t have one there. Then I entered my junior high school, almost every day I was bullied because they thought I was physically less charming. In fact, I am often the object of kicking a soccer ball in class. Really when I remember * that time I was very sad. I grew up from a tough family, my father from childhood often beat me if I was wrong including wearing a belt etc. And now that I am 20 years old, I think gradually I began to form a character who is afraid to interact with other people, is not confident, always thinks negatively of others, is sensitive, is easily offended, I even hate seeing other people happy, I I also have strange habits, I often fantasize and even I can be immersed in the world of my imagination for up to 1 hour. I also often get nervous when I meet other people, if I get nervous I start to panic easily and hallucinate as suddenly * My sense of hearing starts to get disturbed if someone else is talking to you, I don’t focus, and my body suddenly * gets hot, so strange that even I Never forgot how to turn off a laptop even though the laptop is mine. And again I was also afraid to hear other people laughing loudly in front of me. I imagine they must be laughing at me and it will put a whole day of stress on me. So, what’s the point? In fact, I am often called strange by other people. Please work out the solution. I think I went through a lot of happy youth because of all this.
Hi Princess. Thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com.
First of all I am sorry for what you have experienced. Past events or trauma, especially during childhood are usually quite memorable and can shape a person's personality in the future. The personality that is formed can vary. What you experience may be part of your personality that is formed from past events and feelings of anxiety about various things in the present.
We advise you to consult directly with a psychiatrist or psychologist. By consulting directly you can tell directly what you feel and be given the right solution and treatment. The treatment given can be in the form of psychotherapy or drugs if needed.
For now you can do the following:
- Trying to control bad thoughts so they don't affect you
- Doing worship activities that can win hearts and minds
- Try to have a close friend who can be trusted and who can share stories with you
So, hopefully this is useful.