The Cause Of Laughter While Crying?
Hi, my name is Desinta and I am now 17 years old. Since I started high school, I have often quarreled with parents because of the burden of thinking about school in the future, etc. Until recently, when I cried, my mouth suddenly smiled and laughed. The louder the cry the harder I laugh. I’m afraid this will make people around me misunderstand me. Why is this? Thank you in advance….
Thank you for the question.
Laughing when there is nothing funny can be a sign of heavy mental stress that interferes with your thinking process. If this condition appears persistent, accompanied by other complaints that interfere with your activities, preventing you from establishing interpersonal relationships with other people, even causing you to not be able to function properly in your daily life, this condition may also be part of symptoms of psychiatric disorders. for example post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, delusional disorder, personality disorder, and even schizophrenia.
The question is, how long has your complaint appeared? Are there other complaints that accompany it? What about your daily activities, can it be run well?
Before it's too late, try to check yourself directly to the doctor or psychiatrist. With in-depth psychiatric interviews, doctors are often able to distinguish which symptoms of stress are reasonable, and which are included psychiatric disorders so they need treatment. Express honestly what complaints you feel so that handling can be done properly so that your complaints are no longer repeated.
Not only that, do the following tips too:
Try to be a good child, don't just demand that your parents treat you well. Show your devotion to your parents, remember all the good things your parents have done, do not bring up the bad. Melt the hearts of your parents with your kindness, don't even clash because it can make the atmosphere worse.
Increase self-introspection, if there really is something wrong with you, do not hesitate to fix it, apologize to people you have hurt, and ask for suggestions for improvement from people around you
Focus on improving yourself, don't worry too much about what other people say
Sharpen your potential to become a proud achievement. That way, not only parents will respect you, but also the environment around you. You will also be easier to continue school if you have good achievements, not just the average.
Keep yourself busy with positive activities, such as studying, practicing, worshiping, exercising, organizing, socializing with the environment, helping with parents' work, tidying the house, don't spend a lot of daydreaming or daydreaming, don't look for people's mistakes
Choose a good social environment, which can make you develop better, not the other way around. Avoid gathering with people for no apparent purpose.
Understand what your interests and ideals are, and try your best to achieve them
Many discussions with parents, especially if you have certain problems, so that the best solution can be found
Stay away from cigarettes, drugs, alcohol, and free sex
Hope this helps ...