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How can I control the excessive crying issue ?

How can I control the excessive crying issue ? I ve been in a relationship for just about 2 years, everything has been fine till the last few months where I have been crying an awful lot. I cry whenever he leaves to go home and when I have to leave to go home. I cry and near about anything. Is it possible to control, if so how ? Really need help on how to stop this... :(
Asked On : Sun, 16 Jan 2011
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Excessive crying/being in tears constantly at each and everything MAY be a sign that you are constantly sad, a cardinal feature of Depression. There should be other features which must be assessed to say it is depression.

I guess that there are certainly dynamics in the relationship (guessing from the words "he leaves to home" and "I leave for home") which are ongoing and are causing stress to you. These are what we call as "psychosocial perpetuating factors"

So, if your social/functional/occupational life is being disturbed by this excessive crying or it is causing distress to either you or your family.............then you need to seek help.

My advice is to try and solve this social problem of relationship, either by yourself or with help from trusted confidants. If that can not be done, then the only option left is to have a psychiatric consult so that you can be helped by either talking therapies/medicines.

Good Luck
Answered: Sun, 16 Jan 2011
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