Overcoming Emotional Disorders Since Parents Divorced?
Hello !! r nbh few years to be precise when my mother and father divorced, my mother became rude as if every emotion she always vented her anger, she always made me embarrassed in front of her friends, always hit me and it kept repeating in the end I really hate it with my mother when she repeats the same thing suddenly my emotions go up and start to get messy, when she scolds me or yells at me for sure I’ll cry and keep it in my heart! and why do I start to get irritated quickly, for example when I do something dirmh then dirmh people do what I have done suddenly I feel offended and as if what I am doing is not appreciated and I seem angry and suddenly a few minutes later I am very sedated! That is also the case with my worries “for example someone says my BB is raised or my face is like that, I am worried that for days, I have to remember for days and suddenly my heart starts to be unhappy !! That’s the solution, whether I have to follow up to a psychologist or what ?
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Emotional or mood disorders are mental disorders that arise from depression. This disturbance lasts for at least 2 weeks. Symptoms include loss of enthusiasm, sleep disturbances, eating disorders, feelings of meaninglessness, difficulty concentrating, and suicidal thoughts. There are 3 types of depression disorders:
Major depressive disorder. Symptoms include loss of interest, easily provoked into anger, feelings of excessive pleasure, weight loss, insomnia, insomnia, feelings of guilt, decreased concentration, feelings of wanting to die or commit suicide. Dystymic disorders. Symptoms are feeling depressed for several days followed by not wanting to eat or overeating. The sufferer did not find signs of major depression before. Decreased concentration, insomnia or hypersomnia, difficulty making decisions, and feelings of hopelessness. Bipolar affective disorder. Symptoms are decreased need for sleep, jumping thoughts, easily attracted to other things, involvement with other activities that are excessive but have a bad impact. We recommend that you consult a Psychiatric Specialist so you don't fall into a more severe condition. My advice is you can also invite your mother to consult with the doctor.
Yet other things that can affect a person's emotional state:
about menstruation or pre-menstrual syndrome before menopause, there is a history of previous head injury, stroke, tumor on the head.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono