Overcoming Psychological Disorders Due To A History Of Abuse As A Child?
Good evening, I am a 23 year old girl. R nWhen I was in elementary school I was often treated harshly by my parents. When I made a mistake I was often beaten, scolded, yelled at. I remember being very angry when I was hit, but I couldn’t do anything. I was afraid of being hit again. My father also used to be I tended not to care too much about me so I used to do anything myself because to be honest with them I was afraid of being scolded, afraid of being rejected. This kept me from getting too close to my parents, I became very closed off. R nFeelings like that carried over into my adulthood. Now I am in college, but I feel I can’t control my emotions. I am always rude to my weak friends, I am selfish, I am stubborn, I don’t like being yelled at, I don’t like being blamed, I always protect myself, and I am very insecure. I realized that everything I did was wrong, but when I feel offended or feel blamed for something trivial, my emotions explode easily, even though some of my friends have beaten me for teasing me. When I want to cry or express my heart, I often get the urge that it is not necessary. R nCurrently, I don’t know who I am, whether I am good or I am bad. R n Because of this I often feel lonely, feel empty. r n r nThank you
Knowing that you are currently not in a good condition and need help is a very good first step. Because, it will take a strong commitment to initiate changes in yourself.
Please consult a psychologist in your area of residence. This will help you understand what you are doing and what you are experiencing, and how you can get out of this habit.
Stress, anxiety disorders, depression, anger, and others are types of mental health disorders that require not only psychological therapy, but also medical therapy. In addition to a psychologist, you can also consider consulting a psychiatrist or psychiatrist to help you recover from negative things about yourself.
Consult a psychologist / psychiatrist regularly
Avoid using alcohol or illegal drugs
Ask for support from people close to you, so they can help you when you are emotional
Do a meditative exercise like yoga
Make friends with other people, learn to communicate well
Hope this helps.