How Do You Get Rid Of Dislike When Interacting With Others?
Hello, doctor. I am a student and I am 17 years old. I can not understand or can be said my mind does not want to understand why I have to interact with other people and trust others, including my own parents. I always feel bored because there is nothing interesting in my opinion. I also always feel dizzy and my body is tired after interacting with others. I prefer to be alone. I sometimes feel disgusted and upset when I touch other people or something that other people touch. What’s wrong with me?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. In general, lazy to interact with other people is actually not a disorder. There are many things that lie behind why someone is lazy to interact and that is not always wrong. For starters, a person can be lazy to interact because he does have an introverted personality type, who prefers to be alone, shy or lazy to talk with others, likes activities that do not require him to meet other people such as reading novels, playing musical instruments or watching movies, even if have friends, usually the number tends to be less, not too close and have the same attitude with him.
Then, it could also be someone lazy to interact because of his psychological condition at the time. It could be that he is really tired, for women who might be menstruating, maybe his mind is preoccupied with assignments and tests, so social interaction that is considered less important might be an obstacle and something that is not pleasant for him. It could also be because there were bad influences in the past, and it could also be because there are certain abnormalities.
In your case, we don't know which one best represents your situation, whether one of the things above or outside is at all. Because the possibilities are vast, and it takes a lot of history and in-depth interviews to get a full picture of who you really are. Keep in mind since when you felt this, whether as a child or when you actually liked to interact, if there is a history of unpleasant behavior that you have received from other people, and whether your current condition has limited your social functioning.
For this reason, we recommend that you check your condition with a psychologist or psychiatrist, so that you can be helped to uncover it all. Interviews, and perhaps the help of some personality tests, can better illustrate who you really are, where these feelings come from and what the best response to them is. Do you need certain therapy, or not. All that you will know if you have undergone an examination.
Meanwhile, the important thing is you have to know, and you have to instill that you need someone else. You cannot live alone. Then no matter how lazy you are to interact, don't hate others for something they didn't do, let alone hate parents who gave birth to and care for you until now. Just keep your distance and give the people around you an understanding of what you really expect from them, and how much you need distance and privacy even from the people closest to you. By being communicated like that, you can get the privacy you want without alienating you from others. So, hopefully answering your question.