I am 31 year old male. From last one year I may be suffering from depression. I talk very less, doesn't meet anyone even my friends. In fact I am not enjoying anything. It is because of my marriage which is never been smooth. My wife's behaviour was very weird towards me. If I try to get her close she behaves in such a way that I am a stranger. I got married her in April 2015 but we hardly stay 30 days together. She never responding any of my question or even I tried to talk her she got violent. I wanted divorce from her but she doesn't want. She also not living with me. How can I focus on other things and I just want to forget her. please advise me.
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i'm sure the state of affairs are really depressing. Forget chasing here, for that, you will have to be assessed and depending upon severity of depression if present you will be guided by the psychologist for medication if it can be dealt bt psychotherapy you neend not go to psychiatrist but again it will depend upon assessment. You will need to do few exercises firstly, make a journal of all negative thoughts that are bothering you which you should discuss with a psychologist so that we can refute them. Other than that start exercising daily one hour. Initially this will be good to get you in loop and back to normal but these are baby steps you need to take. Its very important you discuss your issues in detail with a psychologist I think it will help you immensely. Consult me or any other psychologist for same. All the very best
don't worry, seek treatment asap.
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try to find out differences to b resolved, first, premarital or post marriage.
Try to win her confidence by fulfilling her will.
Go for meditation to reduce your stress by nourishing your body & mind to calm your nerve.
Is she mentally sick or, some family disputes r there to b resolved refraining your good relationship.
Tk homoeo medicine:
@ ignatia 200-6 pills, thrice a day.
@ five phos6x-4 tbs, thrice a day.
Avoid, caffiene, nicotine, alcohol, junk food.
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