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How Can I Cope With A Husband That Is Emotionally Unstable
There are anger: Management classes, specialist who can explore the "why'" she is having such extreme responses to the stressors we all face. ...Read more
I would like to know if anyone lives with a spouse with erectile disorder and how they cope. Can it be treated?
My ex had a baby with his new girlfriend and it is really difficult for me to see. How can I deal with this difficult emotions?
Why force yourself?: Do you have to see your ex, his new girlfriend, and the new baby? If seeing them is difficult for you emotionally, why do you force yourself? ...Read more
Boundaries: There is a program you may not need called Al-Anon. In that program one learns that we cannot control or change others. And, often we did not cause the problems that others are causing. I would bet at your age it is time to stop the war and to create safe space in your life so that you can have a full life. That may mean changing how you interact with your mother: i.e. no more arguments.... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Resources: There are some resources available for familes who have gay, lesbian or bisexual children including pflag and some books on coming out to your family. Sometimes, inviting family members to a medical appointment with an affirming provider may provide a safe place to explore these issues more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not quite sure??: "emotionally unstable life" is a very wide area, and it's hard to know just what you mean by this. I also don't know what kind of issues the person for whom you're caring, has -- and what you're dealing with. To get a better response for your own particular situation, please ask your physician -- s/he will know of resources that might be useful for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diagnosed with abnormal grief, major depression and anorexia does this make me a really bad person and don't deserve help is it possible to cure alone?
No, not bad person: No, these problems do not make you a bad person who doesn't deserve help. It sounds like you also need to be working with a psychiatrist in addition to a psychologist and nutritionist, for best results. Trying to cure your problems alone is not the answer, but you can do many good things for yourself along with treatment. Medications for depression can help many people -- possibly you too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cataracts in Young: Cataracts are unusual but possible in young adults. Assuming there are no other eye problems, cataract surgery is performed in the usual manner. Some younger patients who have had cataract surgery may require bifocal glasses to correct vision optimally after surgery. ...Read more
My sex time is very short, how can I improve it to have a longest sex, is it all about mentally or i can improve with phisical practic
Premature Ejaculator: This is a very frustrating situation for both the man and his partner. There are two common approaches. One is to actually start the man on a low dose medication that has a side effect of prolonging ejaculation. And there are plenty of sex therapists and other experts that can work with your partner on practicing how to prolong the time it takes to ejaculate...To learn some techniques.... ...Read more
Imagine this. You : Are carrying a backpack on your shoulders. Every time there is an insult, a negative situation, etc that comes along - that you feel emotionally numb toward or you suppress anger (without knowing you do it) a stone is placed in the backpack. In the beginning you won't even be aware of it. However, over time the pack will begin to fill & drag you down. It will weight you down & become a burden. ...Read more
NAMI: I would suggest looking up nami (national alliance of mental illness) as they have free support groups for families of those with mental illness. They have groups everywhere in the U.S. ...Read more
I am bipolar with borderline and ptsd. How can I get out of a relationship that makes me suicidal if my boyfriend is too sick to care for himself?
I have been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. Can you tell me what this is and how to explain it to family and friends?
Borderline Personali: Feel empty often? Impulsive? Intense anger? Marked mood swings? Suicidal thoughts / behaviors? Self mutilation? Frantic efforts to avoid losing people in your life? Intense & unstable relationships? Difficulty figuring out who you are? Feel like others are out to get you or just lose time when stressed? Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Psychiatry lists diagnostic criteria. Talk more with dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Communication: If you are diabled, communication becomes very important. You need to tell your family what you enjoy & you need to know what they enjoy. You need to plan how your disability affects the things they enjoy a minimize & they need to plan accordingly to help you enjoy things your like to do and same for things you all like and would llike to do together. Communication is hte key. Keep lines open. ...Read more
Mental disorder: Take her to a psychiatric hospital out patient clinic - they will probably help her ...Read more
See below...: Families (spouses, children, sibs, parents) of cancer patients are usually the neglected part of the equation. So glad u're asking! individual, group, couple &/or family psychotherapy can be very helpful... Ask ur doctor for referral... Connect with a therapist.... No sense in navigating thru such a lengthy & intense process alone, when professional assistance is available. Wishing you well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How can I deal with chronic pain? My sister has fibromyalgia, being that she's only a teenager, what is the best way for her to deal with the pain?
Self-care: Fibromyalgia is aggravated by stressors. The best way to deal with the pain is through plenty of rest, self care, proper nutrition and wellness activities. Meditative exercises help build ones body awareness and have been known to help with chronic pain and stress. Also, psychotherapy can help teach good coping skills and self-care. May try hypnotherapy, acupuncture, and chiropractic care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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