Handling Someone With Mood Swings?
Hi I’m a 27 year old woman I want to ask, my partner is 27 years old. Sometimes he can be very happy but sometimes emotions explode, and eventually cry as hard as possible. After that he can turn out well as if there were no problems. Do I have to take it to a psychiatrist?
Human mood can indeed change and is still within normal limits if it does not interfere with life and there is no drastic change for no apparent reason. Does your partner's emotional changes occur due to certain factors, for example from being happy then to fighting until his emotions explode, or suddenly hearing something that makes him sad?
If emotional changes occur drastically, with no apparent cause, or this condition disrupts his social life, it is necessary to think about his mental health. There are several possibilities that can cause a person to experience mood / mood changes, including:
Bipolar disorder Borderline personality disorder or threshold personality disorder Experiencing severe stress Cyclotymic disorder: similar to bipolar but milder symptoms If the condition of your partner is considered to be disturbing, you can talk to your partner to accompany him to consult a psychiatrist. The psychiatrist / psychiatrist will conduct an interview while observing and examining your partner to determine whether there is a certain psychological condition that causes changes in mood and emotions that explode. If a tendency is found at that level, the psychiatrist can provide appropriate treatment, whether through counseling, cognitive and behavioral therapy, and medication if needed.
Besides that you and your partner can try to do the following tips:
Invite couples to exercise together in public places such as gyms, parks Invite couples to do positive activities or join positive communities that are loved Invite couples to relax Try to keep your partner resting enough Continue to provide support to your partner Hopefully it can help you,