Think Bad Of Someone And Often Daydream?
Good evening doctor. My name is senses. I am an 18 year old teenager. Want to ask the symptoms that I experienced. Since college I often feel uncomfortable to go to college. I feel there are friends who want to harm me just because I can not adapt well, I often feel excessive thinking about my life since college. Sometimes I feel there are excessive negative thoughts. I often debate myself with those thoughts. I was also surprised and afraid that someone would follow me from behind or want to harm me. Sometimes I feel like daydreaming and worrying about my imagination. There are times when my right head is dizzy because of thinking and thinking things that are confusing and difficult to remove. Am I depressed and schizophrenic since I reduce interactions with others often feel threatened to establish contact with others feel people are reluctant to help me
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I understand, it might not be easy to get into a new environment during this lecture. If you live apart from parents, of course this becomes even more severe. Anxiety and excessive fear of something that is actually not true can be a disturbance in your psychological condition. Your current condition may still be good and can still be handled well because you are still aware that something is not right and you are still trying to seek treatment. This interference with your mind can really bother you. What's more, during this lecture, you need a clear enough mind to be able to receive lessons well. If this disturbance of mind interferes with your learning process, you should seek the help of a mental health specialist (psychiatrist). A psychiatrist will help you manage your mind, so that it doesn't bother you. Regarding the disease you are experiencing, it takes a deeper special interview to find out about it. The psychiatrist will explain to you after you have been examined. The psychiatrist will also invite you to discuss the next therapy you receive. You should keep control until you are allowed to stop. Do not stop your treatment without instructions from a psychiatrist even if the complaints you feel are currently reduced. Support from people around you can really help you. You can share your story with people who you think can be trusted and can encourage you.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.