Solution To Overcome The Easy Feeling Of Stress And Depression At The Age Of 23 Years?
Good afternoon,. I am currently 23 years old. I feel psychic disorders such as easy stress and depression. My social relationships with family and friends are not harmonious enough. The reason was that I had experienced verbal bullying when I was in middle school. As I grow older, I get more disappointment from people around me, it makes me feel lost trust with others and thinks everyone can hurt. And even in my family I feel that my life is confined and not free, I’m always compared to older siblings who are more accomplished and have good careers. I like to feel isolated, useless and choose to be a private person who is closed and aloof. I often fight and fight fiercely with parents, lately I think about the purpose of life, I no longer care about myself and even torture myself. I hope I get a little advice on what I should do. Thanks.
Good evening mother, thank you for asking us.
Depression is indeed a form of mental disorder that can be experienced by anyone, both with a level that is still mild and severe. Depression is also often not realized by someone because it appears slowly and the symptoms it causes are varied. Verbal trauma that mothers experience can indeed be one of the initial causes of depression, in addition to other causes such as physical trauma, family history of similar disorders, or a person's physical condition.
Symptoms of depression can include loss of interest, prolonged depressed, boredom that does not go away, blame yourself, low self-esteem, excessive anxiety, so that not infrequently people with depression will think to hurt themselves. If someone is aware that he might be depressed and realizes that he needs help, then it can be said that the person's views are still good. This means that the possibility to get out of depression is still open.
When there comes a time when a feeling of wanting to hurt yourself or a feeling of being down is great, it's good to try to communicate with someone you trust. Tell the feeling that is being felt at this time, tell the history of trauma that was once experienced, and try to be open to advice and advice from the closest people. Communication can also be done with professionals such as psychiatrists. The doctor will be able to find the root of the problem more closely. Try to tell the history sequence to the symptoms that are felt now as clearly and as closely as possible so that the doctor can determine the right diagnosis and therapy.
If it is proven that the mother has depression then the doctor will start therapy. Generally doctors will start with counseling therapy such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Problem Solving Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, or psychodynamic therapy. The doctor will decide when someone will be given antidepressant medication.
In addition, mothers can also try to find hobbies or activities that interest mothers. Sometimes filling time with positive activities, meeting new people, can help overcome feelings of worthlessness felt. Try not to confine yourself, stay away from drugs and alcohol, increase exercise or physical activity because exercise can increase substances that give pleasure to the brain. No need to worry about losing to others because everyone has their own talents and interests.
Hopefully the mother can soon find the most appropriate way to overcome the disorders experienced by the mother.