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Profile Picture Anna | Author
I don't know what's the problem is I just can't get our from my bed from months and months i just don't feel like doing anything I don't like people around me and I don't know where I'm going, I'm confused and stressed about what am I doing?
2023-09-14 15:52:56

Profile Picture Gurpal Kaur | Psychologist
Hello Anna, I understand dealing with such issues can be exhausting but believe me there's a solution for every psychological issues. There must be an underlying cause that is affecting your mental health. So, please have courage , go ahead and consult with a Psychologist who can help you navigate through this. Please take care
2023-09-17 19:31:50

Profile Picture Malika Maram | Psychologist
Dear Anna,Apologies for getting back to you late. I'm here to support you through what you're experiencing. It sounds like you're going through a challenging time characterized by low motivation, social withdrawal, confusion, and stress. It's okay not to have all the answers right now. As a counseling psychologist, my role is to help you explore these feelings and find clarity. We can work together to identify potential sources of your distress, whether it's related to life changes, emotional struggles, or other factors. Our sessions will provide a safe space for you to express yourself and gradually discover ways to regain motivation, set goals, and build a path forward. Remember, seeking counseling is a positive step towards understanding and managing what you're going through, and you don't have to navigate it alone.Kind regards
2023-09-25 11:25:46

Profile Picture Anureet Lamba | Psychologist
Hi, this looks like a sign of clinical depression. However we cant be sure with this little information. I would urge you to move out of the house and force yourself to have interactions with others. Also, taking therapeutic sessions is going to be highly beneficial in your case as it will equip you with coping strategies.
2023-10-07 10:11:54

Profile Picture Anshika Chhatani | Psychologist
Hey Anna,This is Anshika Chhatani, I'm a Child and Adolescent Psychologist. Firstly, I'm glad you acknowledged the fact that there's a problem here. I'd suggest you start getting therapy soon. Meanwhile, here's what you can do-1. Breathe [Every now and then focus on your breath for 10 seconds] 2. Practice mindfulness [Be in the present, you can do this by giving yourself prompts like 5 things that are green in color, 4 things that have texture, 3 things that are soft to touch... etc].3. Journal your thoughts. [It's crucial to let those negative thoughts out of your system, and writing them down will do that].4. Set small goals for socializing. [Text a friend you're comfortable with and then proceed to another level of socializing, this will help you get back to people, you don't like presently]. And most of all, take it one day at a time! <3You got this! :)You can reach out to me if you need any consultation.
2023-10-10 22:54:43

Profile Picture Nikita Jain | Psychologist
1. Start by first being your natural self- make a list of activities you miss/love doing.2. Try to do the listed activities and start writing down your thoughts, feelings, behaviours which are preventing you from doing the activities in the list3. Pick one close, trusted family/friend and share them how you exactly feel, and what incidents/triggers makes you feel that way. This might help you initially understand what could be the issues holding you back.
2023-10-30 22:23:07

Profile Picture Shruti Aggarwal | Psychologist
Hello Anna!You seem to be describing that you feel tired, demotivated, uninterested in life, directionless. Clubbed with this, you may have anxiety, poor mood, and thought unclarity. Under such psychological climate, a person usually combats with feelings of helplessness, worthlessness, all pervasive sad mood, and thought related impairments. You seem to be suffering from depression and you must seek clinical/ medical assistance ASAP. I am a Clinical Psychologist with RCI License . Feel free to book a session.
2023-12-22 15:29:41

Profile Picture Meena Mudaliyar | Psychologist
I hope things are better now if no for basic remedy try some relaxation and start day little early. Suggestion- individual therapy
2024-02-13 23:06:19

Profile Picture Uma | Psychologist
You have to keep a goal in your life. Kindly prepare a to do list and push yourself out of the bed to achieve your goals.Follow mindfull exercises.Kindly ask for a counseling help that can energize and motivate you to come out of your present state of mind
2024-02-23 14:02:31

Profile Picture Asish Pratim Borah | Psychologist
Firstly, it is normal to feel like that. I feel seeking professional help can be the first step at getting better.
2024-02-29 10:50:15

Profile Picture B Nandini | Psychologist
Dear Anna, You seem to be avoiding people. You also seem to be anxious about your future. Not wanting to get out of the bed for months together is not a welcome sign. For starters, please visit your General Practitioner for a checkup to rule out any medical issues. Seek their help to understand your issues better. Then try to address your reasons for stress be it a stress from the past, present, or anything related to your future. Any form of stress/anxiety/trauma needs a proactive resolution. Please find a trustworthy person to unburden yourself.
2024-03-15 17:07:27

Profile Picture Dr. Gokoul | Psychologist
Please consult psychiatrist
2024-03-19 15:33:24

Profile Picture Dr Shalini Gupta | Psychologist
You are suffering take some sessions from me
2024-03-24 10:29:03

Profile Picture Vandana Sharma | Psychologist
Dear Anna, As per your feelings, there are underlying moments of sadness or failure in your life, you need to talk them out and follow with the therapies for a while. This will make you feel absolutely fine. Connect by booking session.Take care
2024-06-10 09:51:41

Profile Picture Aishik Karmakar | Psychologist
I'm sorry to hear you're feeling this way, but thanks for showing the courage for opening up. It's important to talk to a therapist or counselor about what you're experiencing. They can provide support and strategies to help you. Start with small, manageable goals each day, like getting out of bed for a short walk or doing a simple task. Establishing a daily routine can provide structure and a sense of purpose. Even if it's hard, try to connect with someone you trust. Isolation can worsen feelings of depression. Engage in activities that you used to enjoy or try new hobbies to boost your mood. Finally remember that you're not alone, and help is available. Taking the first step to reach out for support is a sign of strength.
2024-06-21 19:23:52