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Look At Me When Im Talking To You Aspergers
How to make girls approach me...They stare at me and when i catch them staring they just look at a diff.Place, if they like me y not talk to me? Gosh
Growing up: Unfortunately this question is not a medical one. While all of us empathize with your situation we have little to offer. You do not have a disease or a medical condition. ...Read more
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Are you using the : Word crazy as a figure of speech? If you are bored- find things to do that you enjoy. If you honestly fear that you are going mad then please see your physician, a psychiatrist or a psychologist. ...Read more
I think I have paranoia, what should I do>? I feel like people at school are talking about me, and i feel like when i turn around they will be looking @ me and talking about me.
It : It isn't unusual for teenagers to be excessively concerned about their personal appearance or about what other people are saying or thinking about them. (and, it usually doesn't help to mention that these concerns are groundless.) much of this anxiety stems from a person's lack of self esteem, and it's so common that it almost seems to be a normal part of development. However, this issue is clearly causing some concern for you and interfering with your quality of life, and it needs to be addressed. I think you would benefit from counseling. Your school counselor is a good place to start (he or she has probably dealt with this issue in many of your classmates). If you don't have a school counselor or you don't feel comfortable approaching this individual, see your family doctor. He/she can refer to the appropriate mental health specialist. My best to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What happens if i think other people are looking into my thoughts and hear what I am thinking about? Also i think someone is waking me up so can't slee
Time to seek help: The types of symptoms you are having can be a sign that you need help and an evaluation for thought disorders. Exciting new evidence shows that when young people like yourself are having these kinds of thoughts & experiences, early intervention can be very helpful and effective, particularly with an experienced care team, like that of the prep project in san francisco. It's important to get help. ...Read more
I don't think you guys r therapist but tell me what you think. I have to find a new therapist but im so so so sad because me and my therapist are close?
Yes: You are right. You have to find a new therapist who will help you while maintaining healthy boundaries for you to be able to recover from the "closeness" you have had w/ur previous therapist. Make sure u find a safe therapist, meaning same gender therapist (unless u r gay). Good 4 u 2 have the instinct 2find the courage 2move on & take care of urself. Not easy but u r on ur way 2recover, bravo! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I write what I need to say to a psychologist instead of talking cause I feel that I can't talk at least at the beginning ?
When exactly can you begin to tell your pregnant? I read symptoms online and now i feel paranoid with everything that happens.
I would like to know something to take to help me sleep at night? I have trouble staying asleep but i don't want something to make me droggy in the am
Everyone's different: What one person may take may not work for another or the effects can be less or more. Sometimes, it just depends upon weight, health, heredity, and other factors. There are some natural options like melatonin. Any meds that you are taking may also counteract your sleep. ...Read more
Gas or Edema?: If you mean you are feeling bloated because of gas filled-stomach or colon, it must be something that you had eaten. Just take probiotic and increase fiber in your diet. You should have some improvement in a few days but if not, see your family doctor for possible irritable bowel syndrome......But if you are talking about feeling swollen all over, have your doctor check your kidney or heart. ...Read more
Is talking to yourself normal? Im not one of those who talks to myself in public, but often when I am at home and have no one to talk to i talk out loud to myself and have conversation. It's not really like i'm having a conversation with myself, i just vo
Talking : Talking to yourself may be an early sign of schizophrenia, on the other hand may be completely normal. If you have a family history of mental illness, or are very concerned, please schedule a visit with a psychiatrist for a mental health evaluation. Odds are, you are perfectly normal! good luck. ...Read more
Can you tell me the eye floaters that i see when i stare at stuff. Whenever i try to look at them they move away. What are they?
When I ask what happened at school, all I get is "nothing" or "okay" -- how do I get my child to talk?
Emergency parenting!: Stresses at home, school, personal or otherwise can affect emotonal and physical well being of a growing child. Understanding, listening, love, support, honest guidance at an appropriate pace, all these will enable a child to open up and talk about the ups and downs of their lives. When they do, you can guide them to choose appropriate .Give praise for all positive efforts, redirect negatives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why when an authority figure tells me what to do, do I feel angered? Especially if they yell or talk down to me, it makes me want to rebel. Why?
Childhood Trauma: Often children who grow up in homes with a parent(s) who are very rigid, punitive, controlling, and restrict verbalizing feelings/ asking questions (authoritarian parent) will either engage in rebellious behavior as adolescents/young adults. Growing up in this type of home restricts a child's ability to express his/her frustration or explain his/her behavior out of fear of negative consequence. ...Read more
I can't stand how people yell at me or tell me what to do when they have made more mistakes than I have. 16?
Talk to someone: You are at a rough time in life. Hormones running crazy, wanting to be an adult, but not quite ready. In your mind everyone is treating you like you're a baby and you don't deserve it. We've all been there. It's part of being 16 years old. Find someone to talk to - an adult who can help you find ways to work through your frustration & anger: teacher, parent, aunt/uncle, someone you trust. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I want to visit a psychologist but I hate to feel that others are looking at me knowing my weakness but acting normally I prefer not to face my issues?
Others have issues: Try to remember that other people have issues, also. They are not in a position to judge you because, chances are they are going through their own struggles and issues. Allow yourself to be human. ...Read more
Many options: If you are doing this because you feel good doing it, then it can be a sort of public service. You might be doing it for financial reward. But be cautious about distribution of such pictures. In this age of rapid transfer on media and the internet, this could come back to haunt you. If totally, and predictably, private, then you might consider this option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Age depending : If you are a minor, which typically means less than 18 years old and your parents want to see the psychologist records, by law they can. However if you are 18 years or older, and not a minor, then your parents have no right to see the records. This is called confidentiality, in accordance with HIPAA laws. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What do you suggest if i cry if somebody looks at me wrong. Or have negative conversation about my work by a supervisor.?
Cry: Let's do 2nd opinion and see if we can work our help. ...Read more
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