Depression After Losing A Loved One?
excuse me I was a victim of bullying when I was in school at that time I still had a boyfriend who still gave support but after 4 years I dated my girlfriend died, sudh 6 years after the incident I was still stranded when there was a trigger I sometimes had difficulty falling asleep and tended to be phobic about socialization because bullying sempet I am venting to alcohol the first 2 years after my boyfriend died, but now 3 years or more have stopped drinking and try to re-establish a relationship with someone but I am still ringing with events first do I have to be a psychiatrist?
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The loss of someone who is loved can indeed create its own sadness. Plus, a history of bullying that you experience before, this can make you even more mired in excessive sadness, even prone to depression. Depression is a possibility that makes you have trouble carrying out activities properly, lazy to do activities that are fun for yourself, tend to always close yourself, difficult to establish interpersonal relationships with others, experience a variety of physical complaints (including difficulty sleeping, dizziness, body aches, and etc.), until they fall into unhealthy lifestyles (such as consuming alcohol, smoking, or also using drugs).
Your condition should indeed be checked directly by a doctor or psychiatrist. That way, the doctor can evaluate more deeply your condition, as well as determine the best treatment, such as by giving drugs, psychotherapy, and so on. With this examination too, various other possible causes of your complaint (besides depression), such as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, cyclotymic disorder, schizoaffective disorder, psychiatric disorders affected by alcohol, etc. can be identified and given the correct treatment .
For now, here are our suggestions:
Don't think too much about your past and gloomy past, just make it a valuable lesson so you can look at the future better Cultivate positive thinking, including yourself, your life destiny, and others around you Don't close yourself, consider input from people other as material to improve yourself Be assured, that what is happening around you is being prepared by God to shape your personal self better yet busy yourself with positive activities, including exploring hobbies, socializing with the environment, honing potential, learning, worship, exercise, etc. Choose a good social environment, which does not get you closer to alcohol, cigarettes, especially drugs. Involve your parents, your close relatives, and other people you trust can help find solutions to your problems, if you do have difficult problem you solve by yourself Always live a healthy lifestyle t and regularly, including with regard to eating, sleeping, waking up, and so on. Hopefully it helps ya ..