The Cause Of Feeling Like Not Yourself And Often Hallucinating?
Hello …. I want to ask about my condition. Somehow I feel like there are other people living in my body. Although I believe that it is only a hallucination, but I think there are two people or three in my body. When I was at school, fortunately I was still in control of my own body. But if at home, my nature is the opposite. I like to get angry with little things, a bit selfish, and shouting. At school, I never talk to friends, like Selective Mutism. The Poky is very shy, low self-confidence. But once at home and outside, my attitude could not be tolerated. For extracurricular activities, the clothes are worn in a long veil. When outside of school, I use the short ones and then don’t wear the hijab. I like being controlled by two different people.
Hello, good afternoon Minzi ..
What you experience, where you feel you have a different nature when at home and at school, can actually only be a shy trait or personality, so at school you tend to talk less, while at home you become more vocal. However, if you really feel there is another personality that often takes over your awareness by being very contrary to your original personality, then the possibility of multiple personalities (dissociative identity disorder) also needs to be considered.
People who have multiple personalities generally have a personality that is easily depressed, sad, depressed, and easily feels guilty, but when other personalities take over, then he can become a person who is very contrary to his original personality. When another personality is taking over someone's consciousness, that person seems to have a very different history and identity, both name, age, gender, insight, and mood. Someone who has multiple personalities often does not remember certain events in childhood and during adulthood, especially in events that make him traumatized. He can also forget about events that have just taken place. Besides multiple personalities, other possibilities that need to be considered include paranoid schizophrenia, threshold personality disorder, and false memory syndrome.
We suggest that you consult a psychiatrist to find out for sure the condition you are experiencing, yes. The doctor will conduct an interview to you to explore the complaints that you are experiencing. If it is proven that there is a psychic disorder, then the psychiatrist will provide certain medications or psychological treatments to treat the condition that you are experiencing.
I hope this helps ..