Personality That Becomes Changed Due To Trauma / Depression?
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Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Changes in attitude, behavior or mindset after facing an event that is very traumatic and difficult to forget, is indeed a thing that might happen. Depending on how the person's original personality, how he sees and overcomes the problem, a condition can be dealt with in different ways.
The symptoms you mentioned, unfortunately, have not fulfilled the information needed to make a diagnosis of certain mental illnesses or just personality disorders. Indeed there are traces of depression in your story, with you being lost interest, lazy to move, easily offended and so forth, but it's not as easy as diagnosing someone's mental disorder. There must be a time span that is met, certain criteria, and other risk factors that lead to a diagnosis. Which even if we can determine the diagnosis, you still have to visit a psychiatrist to get therapy because drugs for mental disorders are not sold freely.
So what we want to say is if you feel uncomfortable with your life now, if you feel that something is wrong with your personality and you know this is happening because of a certain event that affects your mind, you should check yourself with a psychiatrist to do further exploration of history. Your psychiatrist will ask you to share all your complaints so far, and may ask you to take certain tests to make a diagnosis. Afterwards, your psychiatrist will determine what medication or type of therapy you need.
You must realize and acknowledge that mental or mental disorders can be very disturbing and cannot be overcome simply with determination. A strong determination still must be accompanied by the correct treatment techniques, and that is to see a psychiatrist. You don't need to worry, be afraid or worry about the stigma about psychology that people who go to a psychiatrist must be crazy. The reality is no, there are many types of mental disorders and you already feel for yourself how disturbing this condition is. Therefore, immediately make an appointment with a psychiatrist closest to you, so that you can also immediately get treatment and feel like yourself again. So, hopefully answering your question.