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Treatment & Management of Stress
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I am a 21 y/o girl currently entering my final year of Engineering. Due to family problems, I have, for the past 7 years, battled with:(1) Constant thoughts of worthlessness and deep hatred towards myself; constantly blaming myself when anything goes wrong (2) Constant worrying about the future as I can not seem to find my purpose in terms of a career (3) Inability to concentrate at tasks and poor recalling ability (4) My mind getting covered by a thick "blackness" that makes me feel nauseous and make me unable to remember or understand during times of extreme stress (like exams, leading to poor grades) (5) Difficulty in articulating my thoughts (6) Loss of interest in reading and dancing, which I used to enjoy earlier and inability to maintain interest in any hobbies (7) excessive eating when feeling sad or numb (8) Feelings of intense sadness; randomly crying due to hopelessness followed by complete numbness. I was a very bright student in school but now i'm struggling to finish Engineering with decent grades. I have already gone thorough episodes in the past where situations made the above symptoms so severe that I almost attempted suicide thrice but somehow pulled myself back. My parents have always told me to become stronger and that this will pass, but I have been able to "snap out of it" despite my best efforts. I would like to know: what exactly is wrong with me? And what are the exact steps I should follow for treatment if any? Please guide me.
I have cold problem many times. And I am suffering from disorder Like hair and gas. And Lazy feel. And burden on mind like depression. And I am not feel to happiness.
I have short height by 2 3 inches, any advise to increase it by 1 2 inch. I am real need of this as I feel depressed.
I am 23 years old I have bipolar effective disorder from 2009 and I am taking tablets now. If I got married it will not affect my child or not, what should I do?
Marriage brings with it a whole new set of living standards. How much ever you know the other person, living with that person as a family is a different experience. There are things which annoy you as much as things that surprise you, leaving you excited and happy at times, annoyed and agitated at others.
It is often the small things that lead to temperamental issues between couples. And, different people have different tolerance limits. While some could ignore the small issues and throw tantrums only when there is some significant argument, for others, throwing their temperament could just be a way out to vent their anger. These bouts may appear and disappear in a matter of seconds to minutes. It is very important for the couple to understand each other’s limits and play accordingly. It is also important to complement each other so that both are not throwing tempers at the same time.
The following are some ways to manage temperamental issues between couples.
- Avoid arguments in the presence of other family members or friends
- It is always good to discuss sensitive things when in private
- Apologise if you know you said or did something wrong
- A direct conversation always helps clear the air
- Gradually learn to understand what will irritate your spouse and try to avoid it
- Be accepting of and respect your spouse as he/she is
- Learn to ignore the small things and not fight over them
- Learn to tolerate the negative aspects of your spouse
- Learn not to talk about the past, it will only add to the hatred and bitterness
- Try to discuss the problem in an outside soothing environment than at home
- Listen to your spouse, don’t just vent out your feelings and thoughts
- Reach an agreement where both are benefited (emotionally)
- Do not ignore small problems, learn to give importance to your spouse’s feelings and thoughts
- Give each other space and privacy once in a while
- Learn and encourage a hobby with genuine interest, whatever be it
- Always show that you love and care, nothing works like a warm hug
When in a temperamental fit, ask yourself if it is really important, consider the big picture. In 99% of the situations, it would not be. Just let it go. Fight only when you really have to.
For a couple, it is not about who won the fight or the argument. It always pays to be kind and fight only when really important. Almost all differences can be sorted out by talking out responsibly in a mature manner and with love. A sorry here, a thank you there and your love will go a long way in resolving issues and a happy married life. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a psychologist.