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What are the signs of emotional suffering?

What are the signs of emotional suffering?

Know the 5 signs of Emotional Suffering

  • Personality change in a way that seems different for that person.
  • Agitation or displaying anger, anxiety or moodiness.
  • Withdrawal or isolation from others.
  • Poor self-care and perhaps engaging in risky behavior.
  • Hopelessness, or feelings of being overwhelmed and worthless.

Why did my son have a nervous breakdown?

Kathryn’s son had what is generally called a nervous breakdown, caused when someone is unable to deal with what feels like an overwhelming amount of stress or pressure. This is a mental and physical challenge for anyone, but especially for college students.

How old is your son with anger issues?

29 Year Old Adult Son With Extreme Anger Issues by DJ (USA) My son has always had problems with self control and anger management. As his mom I suspected he was ADHD from a very young age-2 years.

How old is my 29 year old son?

It seems as though he is wired with anxiety and frustration. My husband and I have been happily married for 35 years, both of us are stable with good careers. We have a 33 year old daughter, who is college educated, successful, married with a 1 year old in California.

Why is my 29 year old son so angry?

This week our son was angry because he has no money as he quit his job a few months back to go to school but then quit school because he does not like college classes online. So now he’s home most of the time, uses pot, and we have found opiate and benzo pills in his room which apparently he inhales.

Why is my son so depressed after a break up?

He is 22 years old, great kid, and he is going through a major break up. They have been together for 2 years, had wonderful plans together, his whole life was invested with her. Now she is saying that she isn’t sure she is still in love with him. That is what is hurting him so much.

How is our 23 year old son suffering from anxiety?

Our 23 Year Old Son Refuses To Get Help For His Anxiety Attacks And Depression. Our son has been away at college and began suffering from anxiety attacks and depression about 2 years ago. He has had to drop out of college, lost his job and basically is doing a very poor job of making decisions in general.

Why is there not much to do for your 23 year old son?

Here are some of the reasons why I believe there is not much to do: 1. At age 23, your son is still in a protracted adolescent stage of life. It is protracted because the complexity of life today, adolescence is extended into what would have been considered adulthood just 50 years ago.

When did my son have his second break up?

This is his second big break up, his relationship before was in high school and again it lasted about 2 years, he said its like the same thing happening all over again, he doesn’t understand, he says he could understand if he was a jerk, but he isn’t that way at all.