Overcoming Memory Loss, Likes To Be Alone, Difficult To Socialize, And Difficulty Expressing Expressions?
Hello, I am Reggina I will soon be 19 years old. Now I am a 2nd semester student, I can’t remember my childhood whatever, even to remember high school I forgot (but for grade 3 I still remember), I don’t know why it happened.
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When judging from the series of complaints you feel, namely in the form of decreased memory, likes to be alone, has difficulty socializing, has difficulty expressing expressions, is easily irritated, and loses interest in fun things, and so on, it is likely that this happened because you have experienced traumatic events in the past. This condition can be triggered by conflicts in the household, improper parenting style, bullying by friends, love problems, friendship, work, school, and so on. As a result of this traumatic event, you are more likely to feel sad, gloomy, and depressed. In addition, feelings like this can also reduce your memory and concentration in activities. As a result, it is not only easier to forget, but your performance in studying, working, and other activities can also decrease. In addition to a history of traumatic events in the past, genetic factors (congenital), introverted personality, lifestyle, and also support from the environment also influence your complaints.
Need to be clarified again, since when have you experienced these complaints? Has it been since childhood? Was there a specific traumatic event that triggered it? Are you compelled to do actions that harm you or others around you? How do you relate to the people around you?
As long as these complaints do not interfere with your interpersonal relationships, as well as your performance in carrying out your own functions, actually this is not necessarily a mental disorder. However, if you feel very disturbed by this complaint, especially to the point of giving rise to the desire to commit suicide, there is nothing wrong with going directly to a psychiatrist (psychiatric specialist). With in-depth psychiatric interviews, accompanied by physical examinations, and other supporting tests, doctors can generally identify whether your complaint is a psychiatric disorder, and how to properly handle your complaint.
In the meantime, what you should do is:
Expand your relationships, that way you can get to know more of the character of people and tend to be more empathetic, open-minded, and less likely to be alone. Busy yourself to activities that are beneficial to your future, for example, with a lot of organization, work, sports, worship Do not approach self towards promiscuity Also stay away from drugs, alcohol, and cigarettes. Sleep more regularly and eat healthy and nutritious foods. Improve the quality of your worship. Rest assured that God created you in this world with a good purpose. Therefore, try to be a servant who has good qualities. Learn to be more open when you have problems, so that your thoughts are not too complicated and make you stressed Hopefully this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah