Currently there are "8 comments" on this Question:

  1. Wava says:

    A mental disorder characterized by emotional excitability and sometimes by . Given the extravagant physical symptoms, emotional outbursts, and erotic Some scholars have argued that hysteria is the oldest and most important . As an elderly surgeon remarked, 'But my dear sir, how can you talk such nonsense?

  2. Emma says:

    Id say it was pretty unlikely that youre going to get a complete solution on here.you obviously have physical and psychological issues at the moment which must be excruciating.The lines between the two often get blurred too with one exacerbating the other.You seem to be pretty much at the end of your tether and things are in decline.Any contact with individuals who could/should ease the situation(family/health workers) is making you more agitated and in turn less likely to seek help,guidance or reassurance.I think you need to have a little think and work out what your main problems are and some starting points to sort them out.I know some of these issues are hard to quantify bu write things down and see what small steps can help.You may roll your eyes now but rest,sleep,knocking off stimulants and upping fresh air and exercise will help a good few.I cant really comment on vertigo or certain of your other conditions but Ive been on Haldol and I know its no party but I accept that at the time it had its uses.In my opinion its a short term solution which I was kept on for far too long.You seem to be in the same frame of mind that I was in when the fog cleared.You are angry and indignant at the way you have been treated but it seems to be turning in on you.You feel you are being victimised and feel as if you are inside with everyone else looking in and pointing at you.You need to talk to someone who you can trust and will listen to you.Take a pause ,are you being a little oversensitive in certain areas ??You have listed about six different groups of people who seem to have it in for you.More people than you think have wobbly patches in their mid-late twenties.Get yourself active in any way you can.I dont know where you are but if you cant find work and want activity,get whatever benefits you can and do some volunteer work.Even if it was delivering leaflets youd meet people and make progress.Start at the begining and take one step at a time .Good luck.

  3. Desire says:

    emotional problems vs mental illnesses? can anyone define the differance between the two? please no rude comments

  4. Tayna says:

    Answer N’s are not mentally ill, NPD is a personality disorder People who are N are aware of what they are doing, they just don’t care as long as they get what they want. Answer Narcissists are capable of love! They just don’t have the same… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_is_it_that_Narcissists_are_incapable_of_love_and_emotions_are_they_mentally_ill

  5. Daysi says:

    My only suggestion is that your loved one should be taken to see a psychologist/psychiatrist for testing. With the symptoms you have listed, the Rorschach (inkblot) would probably provide more information as to what the illness is. Answer T… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_kind_of_mental_illness_is_it_if_someone_says_things_that_are_not_true_then_talks_to_himself_and_starts_having_outbursts

  6. Alba says:

    Mental and emotional health differs from mental illness in the same way that physical health differs from physical illness. You can be careful about your physical health, while you are healthy, by eating a good diet and getting regular exer… More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_is_mental-emotional_health_different_from_mental_illness

  7. Rossie says:

    Jun 14, 2011 A comprehensive guide to mental health services and resources. In fact, more than 50 percent of those with ADHD also experience what is known as of pressure or extreme stress could snap and have an emotional meltdown. list of mental health services and providers to help you or a loved one.

  8. Kathryn says:

    A child who constantly picks fights, bullies, lies and cheats may have serious emotional or mental problems. He may be acting out to get attention from parents, Detail:http://www.ehow.com/info_7997136_signs-emotional-problem-child.html

Comment on this Article:





Related Posts

What are common dog illnesses for dachunds?

(7 Comments)

What are some chronic illnesses?

(8 Comments)

Deadly illnesses in 1860?

(7 Comments)

What diseases and illnesses do people take Valium for?

(7 Comments)

How do we use mental representations to think?

(8 Comments)

What are the illnesses of missed periods?

(8 Comments)

What are some mental disorders that need support?

(8 Comments)

What are the six major types of mental disorders?

(8 Comments)

What are some mental illnesses that people act aggressive?

(8 Comments)

What are 3 mental and emotional disorders?

(7 Comments)