I recently got married about 3 months ago, my mother has got problems like anger, depression. Although her behaviour has been Same for last 10 years but after my marriage this has increased a lot. She gets anger very fast then start fighting on petty issue's and something say negative words. As she has crossed 55 years of age and I am very worried about her. I am unable to understand is it her insecurity which I don't feel or something else. She has been staying alone for last 35 years unable to understand how to solve this. Please help
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Hi. Humans are social animals and it seems your mother feels lonely now. As her age is also more she needs care and support. Her social engagement needs to increase especially as she lives alone. Having said that she needs to be evaluated for depression and physical illnesses that may lead to such increase in irritability. Please seek a psychiatrist help for her assessment and management. You can also discuss your helplessness and some management plan can be worked upon according to your family circumstances.
Hi as caring daughter, I can understand the problem you face right now. There are lot of things and suggestions which could make your mom feel good about herself and also to keep her engaged. Do consult a counsellor in your city and give your mom the feeling of free bird back to her life.
Hi there i understand your concern...Consult nearest psychiatrist as she require detalied counseling session and you may require medications such as SSRI or tricyclic antidepressants... With that advice her to fallow relaxation techniques like yoga, meditation,avoid coffee, tea...have good sleep and develop healthy food habits..good luck.
hi, your mother must be feeling lonely after you've gotten married. ask her to improve her diet and go on a walk everyday. ask her to meet people and eventually her anger may reduce. you could also suggest her to drink water sip by sip every time she gets angry. she needs to make conscious efforts in reducing her anger. at the same time you need to comfort her and let her know that you are always there for her. she'll be fine.
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