The Cause Is Easily Offended By Others?
, so I have a complaint I easily ilfeel with the people closest to me. For example, my best friend, because I was too close, I finally felt uncomfortable or maybe called ilfeel. I do not understand why. After that I avoided that person. And will regret and guilty some time later, and vulnerable enough time to get back close to the person. What’s wrong with me, thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints easily offended by the treatment of others is a very subjective complaint. It's easy, if what the person is doing is outrageous or indeed the norms of cultural or ethical customs are not commendable, it is very natural if you then easily feel hurt to him.
Then also easily hurt will depend again on your perception. If you have high expectations for that person, or have been too flattering to the person before, it's natural that you will feel disappointed and hurt when he or she does, says or behaves in a way that is not what you expected. This condition can also occur naturally if you are menstruating or having pre-menstrual syndrome or PMS because hormonal imbalances in that phase make women more sensitive and their emotions can be uncontrolled. Furthermore, does this apply to all the people closest to you such as parents and siblings, or only certain people. All this information is useful in determining your situation.
So many things that still need to be confirmed through a direct interview before it is finally confirmed what you actually experience. For that, if you really feel very disturbed, it never hurts to consult a psychologist, or may also go to a psychiatrist. You can share your problems and feelings without needing to feel judged. Later the experts will determine whether you really need further therapy.
Meanwhile, avoid pride, avoid being too attached to other people because everything that is excessive is not good. Understand that under certain conditions, you only have yourself and cannot depend on anyone else at all. Don't be afraid to apologize, and don't even hesitate to budge. Often, it is we who cause illness for ourselves. So, hopefully answering your question.