Prefer To Be Alone, Often Feel Lonely And Cry Easily?
Hello .. r nI’m a person who was closed since childhood and prefers to be alone. But since I was 15 years old, I felt lonely even though I was joking with other people. And also since my father passed away two years ago, I have become more depressed and cry more easily and more parnoan now. R nDo I experience stress or depression? If yes, how to handle it?
Hello Lifvia, Thank you for the question.
The existence of traumatic events in life can affect a person's psychological condition. Sad and depressed complaints can be caused by:
adjustment disorder. People with this disorder will experience several symptoms related to changes in life situations such as work problems, loss of someone, love problems. Symptoms appear within 3 months after a change in the situation mentioned above. acute stress disorder. Patients experience symptoms 3 days to 1 month after the traumatic event of depression. Someone who suffers from depression will experience sadness, disappointment, feeling worthless, self-blame, not interested in things that usually make people interested. In addition, sufferers can also experience lack of concentration, difficulty sleeping, constipation, menstrual disorders in women, weight changes, decreased appetite. Depression can affect the way a person thinks and behaves in everyday life. You can try the following suggestions:
occupy yourself with activities that you enjoy for example doing your hobbies get closer to your family or closest friends and share stories with them. Ask for advice / input from them apply breathing relaxation techniques or follow meditation to help calm yourself and your mind If this complaint is very disturbing or you already have suicidal ideation, you should immediately consult a psychiatrist / psychiatrist for further treatment. Your doctor needs to ask questions and answers on you to understand your condition and ascertain the cause. Without this check, it's impossible to ascertain the cause of your complaint. After understanding your complaint, the new doctor can provide you with treatment in the form of psychological therapy or medication.
Hope this helps.