Loss Of Sad Emotions And Delusions Within?
Hello, I sometimes when scolded or admonished my emotions do not appear. Sad emotions most often, sometimes when I’m down instill suggestions in myself. His suggestion was in the form of “you can’t cry, you can laugh, get angry, worry, be disgusted. It’s just that you can’t cry if you get scolded”. Sometimes I don’t feel guilty for what I do, as if my ‘sad’ emotions are gone. And lately I have experienced delusions, often pride myself and believe in ‘something’. Please advise
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Complaints about the loss of sad emotions and delusions that you experience may be triggered by psychological experiences that you have encountered and felt so far. This ultimately forms a compromise in your commitment to not crying or not sad. So that the defense of the ego and the adjustment you make when faced with the same or different problems are formed and already make you feel calmer. This might end up getting you used to not feeling sad or guilty. Therefore, if you are aware, then you should start to consider your commitments that you have formed long ago. Where this might have influenced your self-evaluation of mistakes you might have made (especially if you were wrong, but if you were right and blamed, then you encouraged yourself not to be sad is a positive thing). By evaluating the defense response of the ego or emotional response that you do when being scolded or advised, then you can respond to this situation more positively, which is better understanding your mistakes, and try to learn from the mistakes you encounter. If you divert emotional responses and solve this problem well, then hopefully you will be more mature and wiser in dealing with something that is not pleasant or that does not match what you think. Thus forming a sense of caring, empathy, sympathy and compassion so as to bring positive energy to yourself as an individual. Another benefit you will get is that you are better able to adjust yourself to unpleasant conditions and can interact and socialize better with your surroundings.
While the existence of delusions or strong beliefs in accordance with what might be wrong can occur in the same response. Feelings of not wanting to be blamed or not feeling guilty can form strong thoughts to provide false peace for yourself, but not for others around you. So this becomes a calming habit for yourself that you end up defending.
Therefore, the two things above are likely to be interrelated and mutually reinforcing to continue to erode compassion, care, sadness (in a positive sense) or guilt that is seen from a normative standpoint or reasonable conditions. Because you feel sad and excessive sense is also not good mentally and personally. So, acting and acting normatively and naturally will help you more easily deal with all things that might be unpleasant. Although all of this takes a long time, I am sure you will be able to condition all of this well, because you may be someone who continues to want to learn, has a strong opinion and is willing to improve.
However, if you feel all this is still bothering you, you should consult with a psychiatrist or psychologist to help you in this self adjustment. Your doctor or psychologist provides direction and supervision in a process that is better for you.
For now, you also need to try some things, such as:
1. avoid sleeping late, because this habit will affect your psychic
2. do regular exercise to help a healthy body and a pleasant relaxation
3. do social activities, this will help you in controlling your psychic both towards yourself and those around you
4. draw closer to the Creator to open the good in yourself and simplified the steps of your life
5. avoid cigarettes and alcohol when consuming
Thus the info we can convey.