Cursing Yourself After You Make A Mistake?
Good afternoon doctor. I often say harsh words unconsciously or scold myself when I remember bad experiences or really embarrassing things. For example, I used to work as a marketing staff for 5 months. As long as I work, I haven’t got 1 customer even though who want to work together or use the services of the company where I work. So that I feel uncomfortable and embarrassed to my boss or coworkers until now after resigning. The question is, what am I currently experiencing related to psychiatric disorders? Always feeling stupid, sorry and useless? I ask the doctor for an explanation. thank you
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Everyone must have faced problems both from family and social and work problems. Each individual has their own ways and habits in dealing with a problem, some are easily discouraged or pessimistic, and some choose to be optimistic. The existence of unfavorable experiences in the past is also a factor that influences someone's attitude towards a text. In your case where you often say harshly to yourself and blame yourself it can be a natural thing of disappointment with a certain problem condition or outcome. Whether there is a mental disorder, it is necessary to carry out further examination of course by a mental health doctor (psychiatrist). Things to note if your condition has interfered with your daily activities even causing depression and excessive despair and sometimes accompanied by a sense of wanting to end your life. This condition needs to be followed up in consultation with a psychiatrist.
You can think about the problem or look at it positively. Despair is not a wrong thing, as long as it doesn't drag on and it is better if despair can be an impetus or motivation to wake up and be optimistic to try other things. In order to calm your character you can follow meditation or yoga, get regular exercise and try to get enough rest.
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That's what I can say, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Tiwi