Feelings Of Alienation Accompanied By A Desire To Hurt Oneself?
, I am 17 years old. Since childhood I have often felt alienated, both in the family or school environment, and in society. And because of that, until now it was very difficult for me to adapt to people. I feel the burden on my mind is too much. Then, I had trouble sleeping (especially) at night, and I always had thoughts of self-harm or suicide. When my emotions could not be contained, a few moments later I felt my head hurt very much, my body temperature increased to hot, and suddenly it was difficult to breathe (shortness of breath). What do you think I’m having trouble with? Thank You
From the information you convey, the mental burden you feel and also your psychological and physical compensation, it is possible that you find it difficult to adjust to the environment in social relationships which can lead to depression that bothers you.
When you feel a heavy psychic burden, you should start training yourself and your thoughts in a positive context, so as to avoid negative thoughts in your mind that lead to thoughts of self-harm and even thoughts of suicide.
As long as you can't control all this anxiety or stress, your body will respond that is uncomfortable for you, whether it's fever, body heat, headaches, stomach complaints or tightness.
Some of the things below you need to pay attention to to help reduce the burden of thoughts and anxiety that bothers you, such as:
1. Get to know yourself, both your positive and negative sides in your activities and social relationships.
2. Invite friends or family to sit down together about the conditions you are experiencing, so that the isolation you feel can be resolved properly and get positive benefits in everyday life
3. Avoid having bad/negative prejudices and doing useless things that may be the main obstacle in social relations
4. Avoid sleeping late
5. do regular exercise
6. idealize your weight
If this complaint is still bothering you with the many efforts that you have done, and you still feel this anxiety, and physical condition that is not comfortable, you can consult directly with a mental health specialist for examination, evaluation and necessary treatment until you feel comfortable and relaxed. .
Thus the information we can convey, also read about social-anxiety disorders.