The Cause Is Often Crying And Rude To Others?
A good afternoon. I want to ask why lately I always cry myself. And when there are problems I’m always rude to my husband. And when I realized I was silent and sorry but. My behavior must be like that again. Am I suffering from mental illness. Because at the end of the day the problem that I face is beyond my limits. How to handle it. I’m afraid my husband left me. Because of my attitude when fighting with my husband. And he always gets the balance
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. Conditions that happen to you, can actually happen to anyone, and do not have to be a form of mental disorder. This can happen if you are experiencing hormonal changes, for example due to approaching the menstrual cycle, nearing menopause, or being pregnant. It could also be a change in hormones that occur due to side effects of drugs, or side effects of hormonal birth control such as birth control, birth control pills, implants / implants and some types of IUDs. If it is due to contraception, there isn't much you can do except change the type of contraception because this is indeed a natural side effect.
Besides that, mood conditions can also be formed from accumulated stress, physical fatigue, and many others. For depression, usually those who experience depression do not cause symptoms by being rude or aggressive, rather the feeling of sadness and desires to be alone. In fact, most depressed people are lazy to talk to anyone. So even if there are abnormalities, maybe not depression.
But apart from that, what is clear is that your condition cannot be known if there is no direct examination by the experts. Our advice, if you really feel that what you are experiencing is a psychological problem, check yourself with a psychologist or psychiatrist. The difference between these two professions is that a psychologist is not a doctor, so if it turns out that an abnormality has been detected in you, the psychologist cannot prescribe medication and you will be advised to have yourself checked by a psychiatrist. You will be interviewed about your condition and you can tell anything from the beginning, when you started to feel this change in mood and why your husband was the object of his release. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, if you really feel sorry for your husband, apologize to him, and convey what you feel at that time so that you take it out on your husband. Maintain good communication with your husband, and as long as you are alone, try to calm your mind by practicing yoga, listening to soft music, breathing in aromatherapy, and if you are very angry, don't say anything and try to consciously distance yourself from your husband, rather than you having to fight with it. After you are sure you have calmed down, then return to your husband and tell him why you avoided it earlier. So, hopefully answering your question.