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Sir I have a lots of craving for alcohol in the evening I have given up drinking for around 15 days but still am craving for alcohol. What should I do to totally give up wine.
I am little bit tensed and depressed for without any reason. I got panic quickly. How I can recover this problem?
I am 30 Years Male and Government Servant I have the habit of quitting the smokeless tobacco and each tobacco I chew is my last tobacco.
Hi Doctor, Mujhe kuchh jyada hi sex ke khyal aate hai bina hand practice ke to need hi nhi aati hai. Kya ye koi bemari hai ya phir psychological problem hai. Please help me. Iska sehat me kya asr padta hai. Kya is cheej ka memory power SE bhi koi connection hai. Ty.
I have a bad feeling about myself. I hate my self and my personality. I spend most of the time alone crying and having thoughts of people hating me. I think I suffer from depression. I cannot concentrate on my studies well. Please help me.
Hi! I feel very tired all day. I feel sleepy. While I am taking regular diet and all. Is there any possibility that I am depressed? Should I consult to a psychiatrist?
My Son who is 16 years old, is having severe anger management issues and bursts out very often. He has started lying very often. We are at our wits end right now. Wanted some advise on how to manage this situation, is Phycatric counseling helpful?
Name healthy vegetables with their suitable seasons best for brain mental and physical sharpness and growth.Please tell.
What can reduce my smoking or what I should have in my diet dat it fights against the effects of smoking.
I've got a bass habit of smoking I started smoking for killing my time n now it's killing me. How can I stop it? N its even making me go allot depressed please help!
Hi my daughter is 26 years old. A few weeks back we realized that she might be having BPD. As a mother how can I help her?
I can't able to study with concentration. Because I am in one side love with a girl. Ger thoughts are disturbing me. Say me a solution for this please.
Hi I am in deep depression. My husband doesn't care me. He won't even speak to me when he is in home. He always go trips with friends for his enjoyment. Weekdays office. Weekends outings. He does not spend time with me and my kids. If he is in home he will be busy with phone. I told him so many times that speak with me at least 5 mins but he doesn't care that. He treats me as servant and he use me for sex other than that nothing is there in between us. Now a days I am not interested in sex as he is not showing love towards me for that we are fighting. It is like a torture for me. I told him many times try to be lovingly so that even I can agree for that but he forcing me. I really scared of that. We both are sleeping in separate rooms from so many days. If he want sex he will come to me otherwise he will not. I am saying no for that he is telling I am having affairs that's why I am not agreeing. I told him just think how you are behaving with me but all is waste. I suggested him to behave lovingly with me otherwise consult psychologist so that you can know what wrong you are doing to me. But he answered me I don't have any rights to speak to him as did not agreed for sex. I don't know what to do. I really doesn't have interest in sex now. Please suggest me what to do.
I am depressed now. Whatever I am trying to do is going to fail. What should I do to overcome from that situation. Please give me a solution. I ca beer it any more.
Hi doctor, he married me saying that he loves me and has overcome his past.Now that v r married m feeling that he is still in his past,what should i do.I feel like taking divorce
My mother aged 78 years. Is under depression and treatment also. She is an educated lady and understands every thing but feels loneliness (specifically after death of my father in 2013). Every morning she asks questions like " what should I do, I know everybody is with me but mera man nahi lagta" She sometimes weeps or stays on her bed with sadness. I need someone who talk to her. Regards
She is 54 yes old. She is used to talk about her past. Some time behave very calm and some time very aggressive. The time of aggressive behavior she never bother about anyone. She start blaming to her husband and daughters. She used to talk alone. please suggest what to do.
Humans are social animals who thrive on reciprocality. It is in our basic nature to be socially courteous, and the word 'No' feels like a conflict that warns a potential relationship. Many of us tend to comply with every single request that is put forward to us by our peers, family, or at the workplace by our superiors. We choose to take up more jobs than we can efficiently handle and put unnecessary stress on ourselves even at the cost of our time and well-being. Must we always do that?
Why is it so hard to say 'No'?
People have the notion that saying 'No' can come across as rude or uncaring. You may feel that you are letting someone down by turning down their request or risking a relationship. But, it has mostly to do with your self-confidence than your relationships with people. It may branch from overbearing parents, high expectations set by your peers and mentors or experiencing parenthood yourself and setting unreasonable standards for yourself. Childhood influences are usually the biggest cause of people always saying ‘yes’ all the time.
People who have low self-confidence tend to value their own needs less than the needs of others. Saying 'No' feels rude, and no one wants to be impolite.
Well... saying 'No' does not mean you are being rude or disagreeable.
At the end of the day, it is more about how you say 'no', rather than just saying the word 'No'. Saying 'No' is about valuing and respecting your own time and priorities.
How to start saying say 'No'?
If you want to take a step back and start saying 'No' to make sure your own needs are valued, here’s what you need to do.
- Refuse politely, when it seems not possible: Do not overcomplicate responses and try to be as simple in your responses as you can be. If you are asked to do something, and you want to say 'no', try to be polite in your body language and state that it is not convenient for you at the moment and that you would rather get back to it later.
- Seek time before committing: The transition from saying ‘yes’ all the time to saying no does take time! Start to give yourself more time and ask people to get back to you later. This way you can begin to build more self-confidence and learn to say no over time. This also allows you to evaluate your response instead of immediately saying yes or no to the person asking the favor or task.
- Do not feel guilty: Deep down if you want to do a favor, you can go ahead with it, but you should also understand that it is okay to say no, and there is no need to associate guilt with it. You should set boundaries and allow people around you to understand how much favors they can ask you for instead of presenting you with an endless amount of favors from you.
- Set your boundaries: Refusal does not amount to rejection as you have just as much right to say ‘no’ as the person who is asking the favor from you. You are simply turning down a request, and in most situations, there is a middle ground for compromises where both you and the requester can be satisfied. If you have limited time to fulfill a request, let the person know and help out only as much as you can without overstepping your boundaries.
Bringing in these changes can help you be more self-confident, and at the same time enable you to say no when you need to without weighing yourself down with expectations and fear or rejection.