Hi, i have a boyfriend and sometimes post sex he starts to shake and tremble. Then he goes into somewhat of a panicattack and why does he shake? He may be bipolar, or have some personalitydisorder. Hes ...
is that I need help with my passiveaggressive nature and support to improve upon my assertiveness skills. ... on and off with my work pver the last 11 years. After some analysis, I feel that I am suffering from Passive ...
I think my boyfriend ins passiveaggressive. He came after me the first day of school. after our first date he never called back, then he stopped comig to school, then he d show up. sometimes he d say ...
, after losing my second job in 6 years. Now she is pasteing me with her opinion that I am passiveaggressive. I ve never considered this. Does a person have to cognitively act in behaviors of passive ...
interpersonal relationships. Borderline, schizoid, schizotypal and avoidant personalitydisorders were endorsed. She is perceived by others as passive-aggressive, hostile and guarded. Superior level of intellectual ...
When my son is sick with a fever , or sometimes at night when he s not (like last night) my son is very fearful of what he describes as a shaking feeling where he says everything around him is skaking. He does not calmn down until I hold him very...
Welcome to HCM. Do you have PassiveAggressive Disorder? So what? We all change our behavior according to the circumstances around us. We change every second to suit the requirements. That is it. Even if you have the disorder, analyze it and change it. You can do it if you know it. Good luck.
What are the symptoms of panicattack
Fearful ness, shaking, worriness, tremors, speech problems, shivering, sweating, tension etc are symptoms of panuc attack.
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What is the solution for panicattacks
Welcome to HCM.
Do deep breathing exercise daily mainly at night.
Do heavy exercise like swimming or cycling.
Involve yourself in work, games, music, reading etc.
Do yoga and meditations.
Drink liquids more.
Take fruits and juices more.
Take help from your counselor.
Discuss your problem with your friends and family members.
If no relief, consult your psychiatrist.
Don’t worry and take care