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Hi am 24 unmarried male. Basically I could feel I have anxiety. It's been from 6 years. But never knew. I have posted my query and problem on this platform, and doctor have said that I do suffer from anxiety. Basically because of anxiety I have trouble regarding everything. I can't work properly, can't concentrate, have negative thought, have repeatedly thought coming in mind for no reason. Have problem regarding sexual issues. I get anxious while watching or thinking about it. I want to know am I treatable. Will all my issues be solved. And what has caused so much of anxiety in me. I am vegetarian by food. Weight around 70 kg. please help me. Because I have taken medicine for premature ejaculation but for no benefits. I want to get rid of anxiety first. please guide me. Plz.I am immensely depressed. Want to live a happy normal life.
I am working in a NGO. I have been in pursuit of Govt. Job for quite long. I have been so close to getting one number of times. But now I have lost all my energy to study. I can't concentrate or even willing to study anymore, though, I know I have to study for getting a Govt. Job. Sometimes I sit with books but can't continue more than 15 minutes. I used to study 15- 18 hrs a day once. Now 15 minutes seems unbearable. I badly want to get myself in study. My office time is 8 am to 6 pm including travel. I want to study at least 6.30 to 12 30 with 30 minutes dinner brake. But can't just het myself completely in study. Help me please.
Issue is that I can't understand my actual problem. I feel happy and all of sudden become sad. Think to much for unnecessary things without any reason get involve into it. Can not concentrate on one thing and get distracted easily. Feel alone in crowd I feel I am depressed pls suggest and help me out in this.
Sir I'm getting very serious in life ,if situation of laughter comes I doesn't laugh it seems I'm getting depressed, I also has habits like tobacco chewing, cigrate.
I am having an anxiety and memory loss problem a month ago. Since had taken medicine may be gives reaction like weakness. Shaking. Loss appetite etc. No recover. Pls advice me.
टीएनज एक ऐसी अवस्था है जिसमे बच्चो में शारीरिक और मानसिक बहुत सारे बदलाव होने लगते है जिसके के कारन बच्चो के बेहेवियर में कई तरह के बदलाव अचानक होने लगते है अगर समय रहते हम इन बदलाओ को पहचान के कुछ जरूरी कदम उठाले तो हम बच्चो की अच्छी पेरेंटिंग कर सकते है
गुस्सा - बच्चो में हर बात पे गुस्सा और चिड़चिड़ाहट होना टीनएज का पहला बड़ा लछड़ होता है बच्चो को बिना किसी बात के गुस्सा आने लगता है और वो जल्दी परेशान हो जाते है ऐसे समय जब बच्चा बहुत गुस्से में हो तो उससे ज्यादा बात करने को कोशिश न करे और उसे कुछ समय के लिए अकेला छोड़ दे और जब वो रिलैक्स हो जाये तब ही उससे बात करे , और परेशानी का कारन पूछे
फैशन पे ज्यादा धयान देना - उम्र बढ़ने के साथ साथ बच्चो का शारीरिक और मानसिक विकास होने लगता है इसमें वो अपने पढ़ाई से ज्यादा फैशन से जुडी चीजो के बारे में जानकारी लेना और इस्तेमाल करना शुरू कर देते है और बहुत ज्यादा कॉस्मेटिक खरीदने लगते है ऐसे में बच्चो को फैशन के बारे में बताये उनको नए कपडे खरीदने में मदद करे और साथ ही साथ उन से बातचीत करते रहे और उनकी राय लेते रहे
सोशल मीडिया का इस्तेमाल - आजकल हर बच्चा सोशल मीडिया और फेसबुक का इस्तेमाल कर रहा है तो इसे में बच्चो पर इन सब सोशल मीडिया की चीजो को इस्तेमाल करने से न रोके पर सोशल मीडिया इस्तेमाल करने से पहले उनकी ट्रेंनिंग करे उनको बताये की सोशल मीडिया का क्या सही इतेमाल है और उससे किस किस तरह की परेशानियां हो सकती है
मोबाइल का ज्यादा इस्तेमाल - आज हर बच्चा मोबाइल का इस्तेमाल करता है ऐसे में बच्चे मोबाइल का इस्तेमाल मनोरंजन में ज्यादा करने लगे है वो मोबाइल में गेम खेलते है , इन्टरनेट इस्तेमाल करते है और रात में ज्यादा बात करते है इसके लिए पेरेंट्स कुछ सावधानिया रक्खे बच्चो को बहुत छोटी उम्र में स्मार्ट फ़ोन न दे , मोबाइल फ़ोन ज्यादा इन्तेमाल न खुद करे और बच्चो को भी शिखाएं की मोबाइल का जरुरत पड़ने पर ही इस्तेमाल करे और बच्चो को रात में मोबाइल पे बात करने से रोके
अपोजिट सेक्स के लिए आकर्षण - बढती उम्र में बच्चो को अपोजिट सेक्स के लिए आकर्षण होने लगता है ऐसे में बच्चा बहुत ज्यादा अकेला रहना पसंद करते है और अपनी बातो को छुपाना पसंद करते है ऐसे में माता पिता बच्चे से सेक्स education को लेकर बात करे और अगर बच्चा किसी तरह के पर्सनल रिलेशन में है तो उस पर रिलेशन छोड़ने का ज्यादा दबाव न बनाये और बच्चे से अपनी बातचीत बनाये रक्खे
कुछ बातो का विशेष धयान रख्खे -
- बच्चो के सामान की जासूसी न करे
- गुस्से में बच्चो को गलत शब्द न कहे बच्चो के खाने पीने का विशेष धयान दे
- बच्चो का दूसरे बच्चो से तुलना न करे
- बच्चो की आदर दे कर बात करे
- बच्चे की आदतों का ध्यान रख्खे
- किसी भी हालात में बच्चे से बात करना न बंद करे
- बच्चो की पढ़ाई में रूचि का धयान दे
- बच्चो के साथ सामाजिक कार्यक्रमो में जरूर जाये
- बच्चो उनकी हॉबी के अनुसार अपना काम करने दे
Hello, If anyone reading this I'm very thankful. I'm 23 years old guy, student and also seeking for a job. I'm depressed from 2 years. I have no friends to have fun. I talked to my friends and cousins about my problem, they got irritated and stopped talking. I permanently deleted my social media accounts. I never had female friends because, there are only boys in my classroom. My college is over so I can't go there. My friends used to tease me gay because I never had girlfriend. Present situation:- Wake up at 10. 30 am -> checks phone (no calls, no messages) - > breakfasts, bath. Etc. - > At 2.30 pm Lunch. - > at 3.30 leave home for classes (web design) (no good friends there) - > at 8.00 pm comes home. - > at 10. 00 pm dinner - > try to sleep between 12 to 3.00 am- > from 10. 30 am (repeat same) In between I live with no feelings, emotions (i guess), emptiness, mood swings, talking to my imaginary friends in head, sometimes I listen to them and follow their advice. I Feel lonely and get anxious in public places. I started hating lights and loud noises. My question is what should I do (Don't write about meditation, gym or exercising, nutrition diet, I know that and I did that already. My mind is messed up right now. For God's sake help!
My sister is 26 years old from last year she is suffering from depression most of the time she remains sad and in deep thinking and still sometimes she got attacks at that time she abuses herself pushing others and try to run out. But now she is better as compare to last year she is continuously taking medicines but I want to know how much time does depression patients takes to recover completely and what does my sister should do to get out of this problem.
I am 27 year old and my weight is 35 kg. I am not able to eat more. I think whatever I eat it not absorb in my body I am very depress about my weight. Please help me what should I do? What medicine I should take?
Myth -1: School violence only happens among poorly educated children.
Truth: School violence affects children across all racial, social, economic and geographical boundaries. This means that your child is not safe from school violence just because they attend an expensive prep school or study abroad.
Myth -2: School violence is caused by children who come from problem homes.
Truth: There are many instances when school violence erupts between children who are from stellar homes with parents who are highly educated and have provided their children with the best of everything. In other words, school violence is no respecter of social class or lack thereof.
Myth -3: If you don’t want trouble, you should just look the other way when you see school violence.
Truth: Turning away and pretending that you haven’t seen violence at school only increases the possibility that not only will it happen again but the next time the violence may escalate and more children may be hurt or killed. There are channels you can use in school to report violence without actually trying to break up the violence and risking injury.
Myth -4: If you ignore violence in school, it will just go away in time.
Truth: Many children who commit violent acts do so because they think that they can get away with it. If there is no risk of getting caught or being punished, the violence tends to continue to escalate, often times giving the offender a rush of adrenaline or false feeling of power over those who are victimized. Children who commit violent acts on and around school property must be dealt with. The sooner the better.
Myth -5: Children who commit violent acts in school should be locked away forever.
Truth: There are a great number of different reasons why children behave violently in school. Finding the cause of their behavior and treating the cause to effect a cure is the only logical solution. Committing children to permanent incarceration for violent acts only supports the claim that education and society have failed children who commit such acts.
Myth -6: There is no solution to school violence.
Truth: Every day solutions are being brought to the table to help decrease and eliminate school violence. Educating parents, teachers, students and communities on how to better serve students who may have violent tendencies and those who are victims are a part of the solution that is working to make schools safer for children all over the world.
Ups and downs at school are part of life for many young people. A good relationship with your child’s school and teachers can help you head off problems. If school problems come up, it’s important that you quickly recognize and address them.
Problems at school can show up as poor academic performance, lack of motivation for school, loss of interest in school work, or poor relationships with peers or teachers.
School difficulties range from minor to severe, might be very short-lived or last for longer.
Common signs of school problems-
- Drop in marks in one or more subjects.
- Lack of engagement, connection or involvement with school – for example, your child might not be interested in extracurricular activities or have very few friends.
- Showing embarrassment or discomfort when talking about school.School difficulties range from minor to severe, might be very short-lived or last for longer.
Common signs of school problems-
- Refusing to talk with you about school, or rarely talking about school with family or friends.
- Never or rarely doing homework, or rarely talking about homework.
- Having low confidence or lacking self-esteem – your child might say she is ‘dumb’, ‘stupid’ or not as clever as her friends.
- Being kept back at lunch time or the end of the school day.
- Finding excuses not to go to school or skipping school without your knowledge.
- Being bored with school work or not feeling challenged enough – your child might say he’s not learning anything new.
- Having attention or behavior problems.
- Being bullied or bullying others.
Sometimes, problems at school will be easy to spot, and your child will willingly talk to you about them.
But some children hide problems from their parents, teachers and peers. They might copy homework, pretend to be sick during important tests, or not bring reports home. This can make it very difficult for you to pick up on a problem. Sometimes even teachers might not spot the clues – especially if your child is absent a lot.
Causes of school problems
- Behavioral or developmental difficulties.
- Poor communication skills.
- Poor social skills.
- Difficulty with listening, concentrating or sitting still.
- Disliking, or not feeling connected to, the school culture or environment.
- Disliking school subjects, not liking the choice of subjects, or not feeling challenged by the work
- Not getting along with teachers or other students at school.
- Parents who aren’t involved in their child’s education.
- Family problems such as relationship breakdowns.
- Competing demands on time, such as extracurricular activities.
- Skipping school because of any of the reasons listed above.