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It depends how old the person is. If he or she is still a child, there are available apps to put limits on the usage. And of course, it will all depend on how the parents would discipline the children. But if we're talking about adults, then a professional help is needed. A therapist would play a b...
WickerBrown wrote:Yup! I heard about nomophobia but its difficult to cope with such addiction without any support of our family. Another thing is, the person affected by such behavioral disorder must be willing to undergo treatment too.
What type of treatment will be best for nomophobia?
This is the first time I encountered the word "nomophobia". I'm not sure if I'm correct with the term but its linked to smartphone addiction. Perhaps, it could be related to excessive use of mobile phones and it becomes a fear of losing it? Any thoughts? If ever, how does a person stop or ...
- Wed Jul 04, 2018 1:08 am
- Forum: Living with Depression and other Related Health Concerns
- Topic: Deleted
- Replies: 2
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Oh no, I thought you are buying a gun for protection? But, please don't think that way. We all have our worth and important for our family and friends. Maybe you are not just aware of that. If you fail at something at present, I'm sure there are other opportunities and much better than you think. St...
Hello thank you for sharing.. I do too put on a mask every single day making it extremely difficult for me to do things I liked in the past...My depression sometimes gets the better of me and I am really tired pretending for people who in reality if I actually disappeared for a year I really believ...
Hi Imnothere, I've had several very similar experiences, albeit not involving carrots :wink: The chronic guilt that comes from being your own biggest critic doesn't recognize any situation as being trivial or not. Once you get inside your own head it's all to easy to become overwhelmed and end up o...
- Mon Jun 25, 2018 12:44 am
- Forum: Other Thoughts, Feelings and Messages
- Topic: Looking for advice on meeting new people and making friends.
- Replies: 15
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Hi, I do hope you have your friends now. Just get to know them better before you fully trust because not all who smile at you can be your true friends.
I am a lesbian, a truth even I don't want to admit. I took forever to come out and now it seems to roll off my tongue so easily but it burns too. Sometimes I feel like the only gay person who hates the fact that they are gay. It's hard to balance self hatred for who you have grown up to be despite ...
- Sat May 19, 2018 6:08 am
- Forum: Family and Friends of People Living with Depression
- Topic: Alone on a boat
- Replies: 3
- Views: 3934
I’d rather keep this short and sweet to start with: My mum has depression in nutshell, has done now since Christmas, it is the second time she has suffered with this although this time it seems much worse. She is seeking help from a therapist and is on medication however I’m finding it either isn’t...
I just wanted to share with everyone my perspective on dealing with depression and how it has affected my life. It has been a very long road to get where I am and although I feel there is no cure or one proven way to deal with these issues, knowing you're not alone and being able to see from differ...