How To Deal With Trauma Due To Bad Experiences?
Excuse me, I want to ask last night there was an incident where I was greeted by an unknown person on the highway while looking at my face intensely through the rearview mirror, at first I felt very stupid until finally followed me even when I had accelerated the speed of my motorcycle he was still followed me frankly “to near my house, and he had a chance to say something, but I could not hear what he was saying. After that incident I was very scared and trembled back home and it had an impact like trauma for me to get out. home, how do I deal with it thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bad experiences, whatever they may be, can indeed affect our lives, the way we see things, the way we decide and behave towards things.
Fear, trembling and unwillingness to leave the house that arises in you, basically comes from your mind that thinks that the person is a form of danger, and yourself protect you from these dangers by creating an uncomfortable feeling to leave the house.
Against this condition your mind can respond normally and not normally. The normal response is to not leave the house or come home late at night, not drive through a quiet and dark place, or if you have to, you look for someone who is trusted to accompany you. This is said to be a normal response because you are looking for alternative ways to deal with the hazard warning. If it's still normal, the way to overcome them is by the methods we mentioned above, or by other methods that might be more suitable for you. Say even if you are very pressed, maybe you can still fight that fear because your mind considers other possibilities worse if you don't fight your fears.
Then the response that is not normal for example is that you become really scared so that you do not want to leave the house at all, regardless of whether it's morning, noon or night, alone or accompanied, no matter how many people accompany you, you think you drag on, and do not want to go out even at close range though. In this regard you need the help of a psychiatrist to handle it. You can ask for family delivery and close your eyes throughout your trip to a psychiatrist if you are afraid. Your psychiatrist will later conduct interviews and tests and then the treatment that will be given can be in the form of certain medications or therapies, such as behavioral therapy, hypnotherapy, EMDR, brainspotting, and various other therapies. So, hopefully answering your question.