Overcoming Depression Due To Domestic Violence?
Hi. I am female, 21 years old, I realized that I was depressed as a result of domestic violence that I saw from childhood until now. I’ve been able to cover up depression well, but a few months ago because of a certain trigger, I really couldn’t control myself. for months I cried every day. Because it was a moment in my life search, I finally started to control myself again. However, after that, my brain’s performance became less and less. I find it difficult to calculate, I am slower to grasp the meaning of a question, my focus is easily fragmented, and I get bored easily, especially when working on a thesis and processing existing data. What I want to ask. How to restore post-depressed brain performance? Thank you..
From the information you have conveyed, a history of psychological trauma due to family conditions or social relationships or other causes, what you need to emphasize in your thinking and life process is adjusting to the conditions around you that may cause anxiety and stress, and trying to isolate and accept all of this in all aspects of your life. Thus, the burden of your thoughts and feelings is lighter and you are more focused on whatever condition you are in.
If at this time your productivity decreases, your concentration decreases, or your focus decreases, then you may not fully let go of the causes of depression and stress or you have not fully surrendered it to the Creator or God. And this process that you may need to go through even if it's tough. For a better purpose in your life and for the benefit of your studies and your future, it is important to accept and live with whatever is causing you depression. A sign of sincerity that you live will result in your calm and focus on better studies.
Don't forget to exercise and bless yourself to God, and avoid sleeping late at night.
If the discharge you feel is still bothering you, you can consult a mental health professional or a psychologist.
Your doctor will help you with your adjustment.
That is the information we can convey.