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Why Do I Always Think Bad Things Will Happen To Me
Consult a doctor: I suggest that the best way to deal with the feelings you are having is to speak face to face with a clinical psychologist or your primary care doctor. Wishing you the very best. ...Read more
How : During this life, each of us will face many challenges. Loss is inherent in living. I have learned through losses that knocked me to my knees that the question i needed to ask was not "why" (why did this happen?) but rather it was "how" (how do I recover? How do I grieve this, learn from it & move on with my life? God has not protected me from all potential harm but he has helped me through it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Some people believe that as long as they work really hard to be good that the lord will prevent anything bad from happening to them. However we will all face trials in life - it is inescapable. When some thing bad happens it doesn't necessarily mean that we caused it to happen or that we aren't good enough. ...Read more
As short as possible: Thyroid replacement is needed on a daily basis. You do not have the ability to produce thyroxin needed for the body's metabolism. How long can you go without eating? The same principle is at play here. So take your meds each morning on a regular basis ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What happens if diabetes is left untreated? How many years of not treating it will bad things happen?
Complications : Complication of this condition as follows 1 kdney failure leading to dialysis 2 cadiovascular disease and stroke 3peripheral vascular disease and amputations 4eyes retinitis leading to blindness 5 acute diabetic ketoacidosis requiring hospitalisations 6nerve damage, neuropathy 7susceptibility to infe how long it takes depends on severity and other risk factors like highpertension, smoking, high cho. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why does anxiety make you feel so many things that make you feel like you may have something bad? Can this happen even when you don't feel anxious?
Health anxiety: Anxiety can produce many kinds of symptoms, including physical ones. Some people focus intently on their bodies, and any different sensation becomes frightening. Then the fear that this is "something bad" compounds and expands. It's important to have a primary care physician you trust, to periodically review your health concerns -- while you're also getting treatment for your anxiety. ...Read more
Illusion: "bad things, " inconveniences, annoyances, challenges, etc. Are always happening, not just when you start feeling happy. Life is generally quite challenging, and one can learn to be happy while responding to life's challenges and pains. Acceptance is key, and becoming aware that a great deal of satisfaction is found in being pleased with the way you respond to unavoidable hardships. Embrace it! ...Read more
Is it possible that too many bad things and trauma happens in ones life that there comes a time where functioning is lessened and solitude happens?
It can get better: Trauma is the sort of thing that gets carried around and built on if it is not worked out. When that happens, a situation like you describe can occur. However, it does not have to stay that way. Understanding how each bad thing adds to what came before, and learning to understand and separate these events can really help you see yourself and your life differently. Find a good therapist. ...Read more