My (bad) Changes Towards Family And Friends?
I am 16 years old. I’m not an easy person to tell about my personal problems whether it’s to family or friends. I like building a very high wall for myself. my family is really messy i want to tell but it’s hard even if it’s in writing. n after all this happened I was afraid to meet my father, I was suddenly mute when in front of my father, I was always annoyed with my brother, and I always felt confused with my mother all as if pressing me without them knowing. my family is a mess maybe I am one of the causes. I often blame myself, my mother, father and my brothers do not accept all the things that happen to my family. I’m sad but I keep it to myself. nI began to withdraw from my friends, so it was difficult to play with, invited to joke I started to worry I was afraid my friends would know about my family problems, I began to feel alone even in a crowd, how many days ago I had insomnia because I thought of my family, I cry in the middle of the night. Even until now I have trouble sleeping. I have become more quiet, I find it difficult to focus my mind often drifts somewhere, please help me I want to be okay as usual before my family falls apart
Hello, Thank you for the question.
Events in everyday life, especially traumatic events, can affect a person's stress level. This together with a person's personality can further influence how that person behaves. Problems in the family are one of the important things that can affect your psychological condition. To help you overcome this, the first step you can take is to try to open yourself up to tell stories with family, friends, or other closest people. Telling other people is one way to reduce the burden on your mind, although this is not easy for some people. Also, telling stories with other people can help you find solutions that you can do.
If you find it difficult to tell other people, you can try to vent your thoughts or feelings by writing about them. Then you can gradually vent your thoughts and feelings to those closest to you. Another thing you can do is keep busy doing things that make you happy, such as hobbies or other social activities. Please consider consulting a psychologist if this condition has affected your daily life or your social interactions with other people. Don't hesitate to seek help.
Hope this information was of use to you.