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Since i was 18 i developed some mental health problems.
Now i am 27.
Through the years the problems worsened and changed.
For years now i wanted to know what was wrong with me.
And why i was like the way i was and why i am the way i am.
I have seen atleast 4 shrinks and 3 psychologist.
Althrough some diagnosis came out.
It still left me puzzled.
But now i accept that ...
I have been self sabotaging in lots areas of my life for years.The area it affects me the most is work. Specifically recently, I am now studying to be a therapist in psycho dynmaic counselling. So my understanding of these concepts and self awareness is pretty high. I have had over 5 years of therapy and I have done LOTS of work on myself and processed my disjointed childhood. I have confronted my ...
I recently started buying music on iTunes, but now I can't stop obsessing over which songs I want. I keep deleting songs one day, and then a couple hours later deciding that I want them again, and then the next day deleting them again, and on and on. It's really driving me crazy.
And I keep listening to them over and over to make sure I really like them, and if I find something I ...
How subtle can one be in using Pavlov techniques of forcing behaviour to get the required results?
I consider myself to be very good-looking and girls are shy around me.
I also suffered from a hallucination as a young child which I thought was real for a very long time. I suffer from fear of everything and in particular when I am outside.
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