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Is There Such Thing As A Forgiveness How Will Going To The Psychiatrist Help
Forgiveness: Forgiveness of self and others is a big part of healing. It can't be rushed, but it evolves in its own time when issues are addressed and processed honestly. This means you can't skip over the pain part into forgiveness; it's important to acknowledge what's happened. Psychiatrists can assist this process by witnessing it with you, keeping you on track, and showing you compassion when you forget. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What do you advise if i was prescribed that wonderful drug by a psychiatrist due to schizophrenia. Where does that thing come from?
Drug companies: Drugs come from drug companies, who make and supply the drugs to you. You can ask your pharmacist the next time you see him/her for the exact name of the drug company that makes your drug. ...Read more
My psychiatrist just took me off my Lexapro (escitalopram) 5mg 1xper day due to im very off balance from it.How long until this off balance thing stops?
Only psychiatrist respond please.Mentally ill.It's not PTSD. Sufferin from delayed emotional response an reaction related 2 recent non traumatic thing?
Therapy?: Not sure what the question is here. This indicates Mental illness w diagnosis of PTSD and use of Paxil (paroxetine). The question is: Are you in therapy? Even though most recent reactions are not due to recent trauma - that can still be addressed in therapy. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Consult with a doc: Psychiatrists are specially trained in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. Though general practitioners ; family medicine and internists can ( and do) prescribe, if you are having recurrence of your psychiatric symptoms perhaps the best choice would be to be evaluated by a psychiatrist , an expert in this area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I finally went to a psychiatrist. But I don't think it helped much. Should I go to a different one?
Maybe, but try again: Working closely with a psychiatrist or psychologist, where you often need to disclose the most personal information, often takes time to develop a good relationship. It is rare to feel significant benefit after only one visit. Give it a few more visits; be very open and honest and see where it leads you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've gotten in a lot of messes in the past and I can't seem to let go. Should I go to a psychiatrist?
Perhaps: I'm not sure what kind of messes you're referring to, but incapacitating guilt can certainly affect your mental health. Psychiatrists can often help with this -- but if you decide to see one, make sure s/he offers psychotherapy as well as medication management in his or her practice. It sounds like talk therapy will be an important part of your healing. Be well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me how I could stay positive even if things don't go as expected at my psychiatrist appointment?
Who are some top psychiatrists in newark/bear de. If you don't rate psychiatrist where can I go to get that info
Top rated specialist: There are websites which portray doctors' specialties and ratings by patients. Healthgrades.Com and vitals.Com are some examples. Do not believe everything the critics say about your doctor. Most opinions are from angry patients or ex-employees trying to ruin their reputation, although you can find good reviews in there. Good luck in your search! ...Read more
I've been holding onto my past for so long. I don't think going to a psychiatrist will be able to help. What can I do?
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