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How Do I Express My Emotions To My Tyrant Dad
Tyrant dad?: Dr. Friedlander has given you some reasonable advice here. Some parents (mothers too) are truly tyrants, and will beat kids for disagreeing with them. If this is the situation with your dad, choose your battles very carefully. There may be areas which mean much more to you than others, in terms of standing up for your emotions or your position. Do not purposefully provoke anyone who's crazy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lost me dad 3yrs ago 1st time properly berieving after constant work n alcohol. Now struggling to control emotions. Anyone know how to control them?
Grief reaction: I'm sorry to hear about your loss. As i'm sure you know, alcohol is not the best solution for dealing w/grief. Rather than struggle to control your emotions, why not talk to your family? Friends? Church? Go see your family doctor. S/he can offer your options including medication if you desire. Your insurance company can offer your psychiatric options. Also search online for grief support groups. ...Read more
I am grieving for the loss of my dad and I am getting emotional and snappy and paranoid that I am horrible. Is this normal?
Grief: I'm so very sorry about your dad. When you are grieving it is normal to feel sad, irritable, and like you are not yourself. If it is significant, it can become true depression. I think it may really help you to speak with a grief counselor to help you better understand what you are going though. You may find this type of counselor in the community, church, or through your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My dad has a problem in his head on his left side of his head he freezes and his face would give emotions as if he is crying he can't talk or move?
What to do am peeing clear all the time and have emotional mood swings, panic attacks etc. I think it's water intoxication but my dad thinks otherwise?
See a doctor: Hello, You would benefit by some lab work to exactly pinpoint the cause, please see a doctor ...Read more
Emotional numbness: We respond to what happens to us in very individual ways. Even in abuse situations (which are painful for anyone), we each experience and process these uniquely. So the outcome (including possible emotional numbness is our own result, apart from the event. Best to understand and process one's own responses to such things, because we'll remain victims otherwise. Healing is truly possible. ...Read more
Is it true if a baby has a widows peak one of the parents need to express the hairline trait? I have a friend who isn't sure he's the father
My sister has lost emotion for my father and she is paranoid about him as if he is a threat to her and really hates him.What should we do to fix that?
Defining the cause: How old is your sister? If she is an adolescent, it may be related to a normal developmental period of reevaluating your parents and her relationships. Does your sister have a legitimate reason to fear your father? Is he overbearing or abusive in any way that would contribute to her fear? It is important to get to the cause of her emotions in order to design an effective treatment. ...Read more
Emotions & Family: If most of your memories and experiences have consisted of having a good or bad relationship with your father, then how you feel later on in life is connected to the quality of your experiences. Parents play a significant role in our emotional development. Explore this with a professional. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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