Discomfort To Want To Go Back To The Past?
Hello, since I graduated from college I have had excessive discomfort and tried to avoid seeing my friends celebrate their graduation that they shared on social media. This makes me always life’s compare to myself, especially to my graduation celebration, so that it creates a feeling of wanting to repeat the excessive past just to celebrate my graduation again. Then I once decided to deactivate my Instagram account for convenience. However, once my junior shared a photo of the rector and his hopes about him who wanted to graduate this year on Twitter, it made me scared and sad to see the photo. Another thing that makes me want to go back to my past / college is a feeling of excessive longing towards my college, because when I was in college I lived in a boarding house and lived with friends or people my age. When I graduated and returned home, I felt a very big difference. Once I cried because I wanted to go back to that time. This makes me unhappy with life after graduation, and it really interferes with my activities. Is this okay? If it is needed for a check or consultation, where is better to see a psychiatrist or psychology? Thank you
Hello Naz.os, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Reading the complaints that you are experiencing right now, there are a number of possible conditions that you might be experiencing right now, such as:
Depression Bipolar Anhedonia's disorder (loss of interest) and a number of other possibilities In general, a condition that is psychologically disruptive will not be okay if it is not treated properly because just as with physical illness, psychiatric disorders can also cause other things in the future that can have a bad impact, therefore you should consult further about your current complaints with a psychiatrist (psychiatrist) to ascertain what condition you are currently experiencing so you can get treatment early. Suggested therapy may only be in the form of drugs, but it may also not be in the form of medication but therapy to help improve your social and psychological quality of life subsequently.
For now, you should get closer to God and share all the feelings you have with Him, you can also talk about your condition to friends who feel close to you to help you get psychological support, get closer too you are with your family even though it may feel uncomfortable for you but still they are your family who will provide support for you. You can also try to avoid things that make you feel complaints again, shift your attention and thoughts to other things that make you happy for example doing hobbies, walking, sports, participating in a group or organization and others .
I hope this helps.