Consulted Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh (PhD) (Clinical Psychologist)
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My thoughts are hammers, and they keep on hammering down on this thing known as my brain. This is a pretty apt description of how I have been feeling every day, and my brain is not able to cope with the level of stress and the negative, and otherwise undesirable, thoughts I have, on a moment-to-moment basis. When my brain and I are alone together, I can’t get it to quit assaulting me and let me be.
I found himself literally weeping on Dr Singh’s shoulder so frustrated I was at the ineffectuality of life. Eating large amounts of venlaflaxime doesn’t work, it’s too hard, it’s made things wore instead of better. I will say for all the people for whom this makes sense, and who find it hard to to do something as simple as shift attention , there may be more success elsewhere. I’ve done these tests and am retraining my brain to think a little more literally, with the doctors help. Dr GB is more a sagacious mentor and we worked out a strategy where I could tele consult him regularly. It’s better than running for a smoke overtime I did not know what to do, I am thankful that I can speak on the phone to him, it reduces my immediate anxiety and not so expensive. Its a good option specially when I am travelling outstation.
Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh (PhD) replied
Yes Tele Consulting can be very helpful as it can work as an immediate block, or an immediate diversion from unwanted and intrusive thoughts , if you are sinking fast.