Find It Difficult To Open Up To Other People And A Lot Of Negative Thoughts?
I feel like a person who is mentally disturbed sometimes I feel stressed by a lot of life’s burdens, sometimes I think that I can’t even go to bed every night, I’m tired, there is no place for me to tell me I’m alone, maybe I’m crazy give me enlightenment thank you
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Learning to be open with other people regarding the problems at hand is very good, one of which is to prevent stress that can lead to depression. If you don't have family or close relatives, try visiting influential figures in your community or also a doctor. By learning to open up to the right people, your mind can be calmer and you can be cooler in thinking about solutions to the problems you are facing.
Everyone is born with the problems of their own life, not just yours. Therefore, if you are having a problem, you should not think about it so complicated that you forget to focus on the problem itself, which is finding a solution. If this is allowed to continue, then various physical complaints can happen to you, not only having trouble sleeping, but also decreased appetite, tiredness, no interest in activities, excessive sadness, hopelessness, feeling worthless, helpless, and so on. This does not necessarily indicate that you are crazy. However, this condition is certainly not good for yourself, because it can reduce productivity, both in studying, working, and other activities. The tendency for a person to experience excessive sadness is more at risk for people who have genetic (hereditary) depression or other psychiatric disorders, have personality disorders, wrong parenting, deep trauma in the past, wrong social environment, and drug abuse. alcohol consumption, and smoking.
Our advice, try to be clearer in looking at the problem. Find the focus of the problem, and try to find a solution. Of course, there is no problem that God creates without a solution. If you feel tired, learn to share with people you trust can help find solutions to your problems. Entertain yourself with frequent recreation, socializing with the environment, doing hobbies, and other useful activities. Be selective in choosing the social environment and live a healthy lifestyle.
If with the steps above your mood does not improve, don't hesitate to consult directly with a psychiatrist (psychiatric specialist). Usually, the doctor will conduct an in-depth psychiatric interview then find a solution to your problem, including for example by giving several types of drugs or suggest that you undergo psychotherapy, group therapy, cognitive therapy, and so on.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah