Overcoming Fear When Meeting Other People Due To Experiencing Domestic Violence?
Hello … I have a social phobia because I was always scolded by my husband. Whatever I do is always wrong in his eyes, and I am always scolded, even sometimes I get slapped … and now every time I meet people around me, I am always afraid and anxious, I am afraid of what I do and I say wrong and will result in embarrassing my husband .. every time I chat with people initially it is fine, but when what I say is not responded well the fear arises .. I am afraid that if I will never be liked by the person … I also never think whether there is What’s wrong with my personality … according to the doctor, what should I do so that I can live my life well …
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
There are several possibilities that can cause symptoms as you complain. It should be understood that psychological related problems still require direct examination by a doctor to be able to ascertain the cause. A number of possibilities related to your complaint include:
Post-traumatic stress disorder, which is the presence of repeated shadows or dreams about a traumatic event, accompanied by feelings of discomfort when remembering the incident, resulting in obstacles in carrying out daily activities, taking place within a period of at least 6 months after the traumatic event severe Acute stress reaction, which is a symptom of difficulty concentrating, occurs several hours after a traumatic event, symptoms last for a maximum of 1 month Comprehensive anxiety disorders, namely anxiety and excessive anxiety, sometimes illogical, experienced throughout the day, lasting for 6 months or more, can be accompanied by symptoms of motor tension such as headache, trembling, palpitations, excessive sweating. We recommend that you consult directly with a psychiatric specialist because the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric problems require direct examination by experts. The doctor will take an history to evaluate the history of complaints and related biopsychosocial factors, then conduct a comprehensive physical examination, and consider supporting examinations if indicated. Thus, an appropriate assessment of your condition can be obtained so that appropriate treatment can be given by a doctor. Self-diagnosis of symptoms experienced is not recommended for ordinary people because it is generally only based on searching for limited information on the internet and cannot be justified scientifically.
Your doctor can provide supportive counseling and psychotherapy to help you deal with (coping) and manage stress, identify symptoms, plan realistic therapeutic targets, and control yourself when symptoms appear. If there are indications, your doctor may also prescribe medicines that can help you feel more comfortable and help deal with the disease. This treatment is expected to help you to be able to perform daily activities optimally.
As a suggestion, you are advised 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 you will help to achieve successful handling of health problems. It would be very good if you continue the activities that you enjoy doing so that feelings of discomfort can be channeled through positive things.
Thus information from us. May be useful.