How To Handle Life Feels Messy And Hard To Forget Someone?
Assalammualaikum dokdok the answer I want to ask ya, my mind has been 4 years ksong, Filled with one person who refused me, even though we have far different cities, for some reason I thought..kdang revenge missed, all the people who have changed, I have changed, I I also felt … I was easily emotional, against my parents, I was angry and thought I wanted revenge, but if you went down again … I cried thinking about him without cause, I only remembered 1 day 1 time, but every second I remembered … You’re thinking about committing suicide but not sin … what is this … I’m tired of all this … what is this from God … or what is this ??? ANSWER YES
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. Once upon a time in his life, it is natural that someone feels his life is so messy, everything feels wrong, not according to expectations, and not in accordance with the plan. Things like this that then make a person feel himself useless, what he tried in vain, and prefers suicide or do not care about his future.
But you need to understand, not only you who experience things like that. Many people in different parts of the world also experience the same problem. Maybe not exactly the same, the problem might be different in detail, but feel the same amount of pressure and difficulty. No need to go far, even parents, friends, and people who you could like must also have their respective problems. That is certain, because each person's life is diverse. The same thing can be seen differently by two different people and different responses, and this is what makes conflict in one's life a necessity, although it may not be exactly the same.
In dealing with things like this, what we need to do is make peace with ourselves. Often the feeling of difficulty moving from a particular memory is because we still feel sorry for what happened at that time. Regretting to do or even regret not doing something. Sorry for talking or not talking, and so forth. So by making peace and saying that whatever happened in the past did indeed occur as a way to mature our character in the present, we should be able to accept and move forward from that memory.
If you still find it difficult, and you feel very disturbed, consult yourself with a psychologist to find out more through a series of digging history, interviews, and maybe a written test to get to know yourself. Your psychologist will find out what treatment or therapy is best for you, and may suggest that you go to a psychiatrist if the symptoms really require medication.
Meanwhile, differentiate between good and bad. You might have a problem, but suicide is bad. You may be sad, but fighting parents is bad. You may feel irritable, but you want to vent your anger in what is your decision. So take it out in a good way, so that conditions that might already be bad, do not get worse because of your response. So, hopefully answering your question.