Is A Suicide Attempt A Symptom Of Depression?

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Hello, I am 17 years old. I am actually a shy person when I meet a new person, back in elementary school my parents moved me from elementary school to private elementary school. At first I was worried because I would meet new people and I did not dare to get acquainted first, but finally I had many friends in my new elementary school. When I was in elementary school when I felt disappointed or cried, I always cried like an adult, once when I cried I quelled everything in my room. When I entered Junior High School, I had good and smart friends, after I entered 2nd grade junior high school, I had friends with bad personalities, and I was just happy to hear the story of their lives. But since grade 2 junior high school I became lazy to learn and I think that’s when it became me. But at that time a lot of problems came in my family, I won at home but when I was at school I had to look bright. When entering grade 3 junior high school, there are many practice exam schedules and tutoring Schools and additional tutoring at home, when I enter grade 3 junior high school I have friends who are good personalities, but at that time there were many problems that occurred in my family, and when I cried I always say want to die, nothing in this world anymore. I always feel safe if there is in my room not in my home. I always feel hurt if I’m not in my room. Until when I was caught up by my mom, I didn’t take part in my house for about 1 more week. I explained to my mother why I did not take the tutoring because I had to use a kerkom for the practical examination, but my mother did not care about my reasons. And I talked to my mother, did my mother know that I had a high fever, so I had to be taken to the UKS at school, but my mom even blamed me because she reasoned that I was sick because I rarely eat. Until I felt it was no longer useful in this world and no one felt the same attention to me, I confirmed all the contents of my room and broke all my photos and tore my photos and I suddenly took the broken glass frame and made it difficult for my fingers . Is that a depressive disorder? And what kind of depression is that?

1 Answer:

Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the uncomfortable feeling you feel.

There are a number of possibilities that might cause complaints as you submit. It should be understood that a direct evaluation and examination by a doctor is needed before a diagnosis can be made. Some of these possibilities include:

  Episodes of mild depression, symptoms: sad moods, loss of interest and pleasure, fatigue, decreased activity, decreased self-confidence, withdrawing from relationships, always feeling guilty and useless, ideas for hurting yourself or suicide; the symptoms last for at least 2 weeks; causes slight difficulties in carrying out work and social activities, but can still function socially daily. Severe depressive episodes, symptoms similar to episodes of mild depression and also last for at least 2 weeks, but have resulted in the inability to carry out work or social activities daily days of major depressive episodes with psychotic symptoms, symptoms similar to severe depressive episodes, accompanied by symptoms of hallucinations and / or delusions (beliefs that are contrary to reality but are constantly maintained and cannot be changed logically) You are advised to consult a doctor or doctor directly psychiatrist specialist so that your condition can be evaluated and treated appropriately. In addition to a systematic history of complaints about the history of complaints and associated biopsychosocial factors and comprehensive physical examination, doctors may consider supporting examinations if indications are found. As long as it has not been evaluated directly by doctors, ordinary people are not encouraged to do self-diagnosis of the condition of the self because it is generally only based on searching for limited information on the internet and its truth cannot be justified scientifically.

Supportive counseling and psychotherapy can be given by doctors to help you deal with (coping) and manage stress, identify symptoms, plan realistic therapeutic goals, and control yourself when symptoms occur. If there are indications, your doctor may also prescribe you oral medication which can help you feel more comfortable and help deal with the disease.

As a suggestion, you are encouraged to be able to talk about complaints that are felt to those closest to you who trust and believe you can support therapy. Support from the people closest to will help successfully deal with health problems. You should also continue the activities that you enjoy doing so that you can channel your feelings through positive things.

Thus information from us. May be useful.

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