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Are Insecure Attachment Issues More Common In Only Children
No: Attachment issues are not related to family size or lack of siblings. ...Read more
Is there counseling or therapy for couples where one person has major insecure attachment problems?
Yes: Of course, nobody thinks that they have an issue, and that they are the "good one" of the relationship. They may be right, but that's not the point. A good family counselor, and there are some in any area, can help greatly, and if one person does have major issues, refer them for individual care. But the issues may be in both parents, and a good counselor should help both parents. ...Read more
Insecurity about: One's body as a teen age boy is very common. If you have good health focus on that. If the insecurity keeps you from going to school, interferes w/sleep, etc. Please see your doc to make sure all is well w/your body and then a mental health professional for anxiety support. Stay neat and clean and treat others the way you would like to be treated. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Not unless severe: "mental illness" is a judgment call. Severe mental conditions, e.g., schizophrenia, are clearly illnesses, while moderately bad depression is debatable, and most would agree mild to moderate insecurity is not. But if a person has severe insecurity that interferes with everyday life, it might be considered an illness. Whether it's an illness or not, counselors & therapists can help. ...Read more
Verbal abuse: If you are financially independent, make it clear to her that this is unacceptable and that one more incident will end the relationship and that she will never see her grandchildren. Please consider a course of psychotherapy for your own security issues, to learn skills & thinking habits that work better, and talk with your physcian about perhaps getting therapy for the family as well. ...Read more
I have extreme insecurities and depressive issues due to bullying etc. And it's taking over my life. How do I gain confidence back?
Bullying: Bullying can happen at any time in life, but when it occurs in adulthood you have more choices about what to do. I don't know whether your age is truly 48, or if you're actually a minor. If you're an adult, you can seek out psychotherapeutic care to recover your confidence and strength. If you're a minor, you need help from your parents to get this care, and also in dealing with the bullies. ...Read more
Depression: I would think that you should see a physician as you may need medication. ...Read more
How to deal with ego jealousy insecurities I hate but I guess am a victim :' (help asap if u not jealous of me?
Jealousy: Jeaulousy is often caused by feelings of insecurity. Confide in someone close to you and see if you can identify the origin of your inesecurity and how to bolster your self image. If you cannot make progress consult with a mental health professional who can help you develop a better sense of self. Best wishes. ...Read more
How to beat jealousy and insecurity? Is it connected to loneliness? How to improve my self confidence? How to be happy with yourself?
Wonderful aims!: You must know that these goals are not achieved by a few sentences - but they are excellent goals. You can try to find folk you trust to explore these? 's w/. Teachers, clergy, relatives - good people. A supportive therapist/counselor would be a good choice. Groups into literature and music, meditation, yoga, etc can build connections. Be patient - it takes time! ...Read more
Relationship: Insecurity is often a sign of lack of faith in yourself. Consult with a mental health professional who can help you uncover the origin of your distress and help you with develop a better sense of self. Best. ...Read more
This is kind of embarrassing but my clitoris hangs and I don't know why. Its a big insecurity of mine and I need to know why and is it curable?
Most of them: Some antisocial personalitiesand some narcissists would be the exceptions. Besides, all human beings except some of the above, have insecurities. It is part of being human. ...Read more
Communicate with: Your BF your insecurities and find out if he truly likes your sister more than you. Communicate and talk. Its the best thing you can do. ...Read more
Yes! , excessive worry may cause depression. With the 'tough economy' out there I believe that the fear of loosing a job, w/paycheck, benefits, etc. Must weight on everyone's mind.
So how to cope? --exercise has been shown to decrease stress.
Avoid alcohol --it just deepens depression. 'get with people' --don't isolate yourself. And if any destructive thoughts--please get help! Hang in there! ...Read more
Does zyprexa really work to lessen paranoid insecure thoughts or is it mainly for hallucinations? I feel like it doesn't work for paranoid insecurity
Zyprexa can be: Very effective for a number of psychiatric disorders including paranoia and hallucinations. It does need to be individualized though so if it is not helping you for a specific problem you need to discuss this with your health care provider. Additive medication or a change in medication might be indicated. ...Read more
I broke 3-4 ribs and im suffering from insecurity due to this... Due to a bike accident I had a couple of years back... Help!
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