The Cause Of Wanting To Laugh When Scolded Even Though The Mood Is Bad?
Hello,. I’m Kiki, 17 years old. This is the third time I have asked about my situation. Day by day I felt my condition getting worse. However, there are things that make me confused. When I saw someone scolding me somehow I felt like laughing when at that time I was in a very bad mood. That never happened in my life. And, every time I think about it I still feel amused by myself.
Thank you for the question.
When scolded, a person's response can vary, some are sad, afraid, angry back, or just laugh. This last response usually appears when you feel there is nothing wrong with you, so it's funny why you end up being scolded. It could also, you laugh when scolded if you find it funny why you make a silly mistake that makes you finally scolded. The funny feeling of seeing the look on the face of someone who is angry at you can also make you laugh. Not only that, laughing when scolded can also appear as a form of natural self-defense (denial phase). This does not always refer to an abnormality.
Even so, referring to the 2 threads that you made earlier, it seems you need to be more vigilant. It is feared, your complaints do refer to a psychiatric disorder, such as depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, delusional disorder, schizoaffective disorder, psychotic disorders related to drugs or alcohol, to schizophrenia. Consult yourself directly to a doctor or psychiatric specialist before your condition gets worse. It is not impossible, the disease that you experience can make you tend to take actions that risk endanger yourself, as well as other people around you.
What you need to do now:
When scolded, multiply introspection, find the cause why people are angry at you, it could be, there are certain mistakes that you make and need to be corrected
If there is something that is not in accordance with your heart and mind, state well what is blocking you, so that other people understand
Cultivate thinking carefully before acting, do not let what you do only make yourself happy, without regard to the condition of others around you
Increase your empathy, don't just ask to be understood by others, but also try to understand others
Get into the habit of positive thinking, including those around you, rest assured that the anger of people on you has a good purpose, which is to help you become a better person
Expand your relationships, get to know different types of people, and try to adjust well wherever you are
Keep yourself busy with positive activities, including honing hobbies, studying, working, don't be too lazy, daydreaming, and playing gadgets
Fix your lifestyle, sleep and wake up more regularly every day, eat and drink healthy, exercise regularly, be diligent in worship, stay away from cigarettes, drugs, and alcohol
Hope this helps ...