I Have Done Self Harm And Have Committed Suicide, Do I Have A Psychological Disorder?
good evening doctor, I’m a 25 year old girl u0026amp; not married yet.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. But unfortunately, determining your condition is not that easy.
Because, what you experience can be experienced by normal people and can also be experienced by those who have psychological disorders. Starting from your habit of talking alone. This is very reasonable, and even recommended by some experts as self-talk. This habit makes us more familiar with ourselves, and for those who do have problems and feel that no one can talk, doing self-talk can be a relief and that is a good thing.
Then regarding the problem of controlling emotions. This is not owned by everyone, but if you do have a bad past and are not guided through it well, this can affect your personality. Especially in women, the hormonal imbalance they have, especially when menstruating, can make their feelings become excited suddenly, sad suddenly, or sudden despair.
Then about fear of meeting people who have done violence to you, this is actually very normal. Fear comes from our body who wants to protect ourselves mentally from danger. We are afraid of lions because we know that lions have the potential to pounce on us. We are afraid of speeding on the highway because we know there is a greater potential for accidents when speeding. And in your case, it's only natural that you are afraid of that person because you don't want to be hurt anymore.
Neither with other conditions. Insomnia for months is not normal, but it needs to be reviewed again what you mean by insomnia. If you have trouble falling asleep, but you also wake up later, it may not be insomnia. If you have little time to sleep, but when you wake up feeling refreshed, it may not be insomnia.
In essence, as we said at the beginning, it needs an assessment by experts to be able to understand your condition and determine the best treatment. Therefore if you really feel disturbed by your feelings, check yourself with a psychologist or psychiatrist. Later you will be interviewed and you can tell all your complaints from the beginning. You may be asked to do a certain test before determining the best treatment for you.
Meanwhile, clearly hurting yourself is not the answer to any problem. Take care of yourself and mental health, do whatever you like as long as it is not dangerous and violating, and immediately consult yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.