How can I treat a mental disorder by myself?

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If a mental disorder has developed, the person affected can of course do something himself to resolve it. More on this at the end of the article. More important would first be to clarify whether a persistent mental disorder can be actively prevented. That is also possible. But first we have to understand what a mental disorder is by its very nature.

The nature of mental disorders

A mental disorder develops from a disturbance of the inner balance. A slight, an injury or an experience of loss, disappointment, frustration and even more so violence can upset our emotional balance. Since the soul, like any other natural system, is constantly working to maintain and restore inner balance, it immediately begins its repair work. An example will make it clear: Let us imagine that we have been rudely insulted in the morning. At the latest, when will we have to think of the event? When we lie down in bed and the light goes out! Why do we sometimes lie awake for hours, mentally chewing on the event? Because we, or rather the soul, thereby restores the inner order. We can also say it processes it. We process or find our way back to our mental equilibrium by establishing a contact with the experience within us. This happens so often until the inner balance is reached again. Once an event has been processed, it no longer forces itself into our consciousness.

What other possibilities do we have to actively establish contact with the processing topic? We can talk to people we trust. It is not for nothing that the German-speaking world says "a sorrow shared is a sorrow halved".

Another example: If we have suffered a trauma, we are constantly haunted by corresponding images, memories and feelings. Why? Because the soul processes it! If the memories are terrible, people push them back. Anything that reminds them (triggers) is avoided. The result is what we call post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Strictly speaking, this is not a disorder, but it is a misinterpreted healing process of the soul.

A sudden stroke of luck is also a mental disorder

Even unusually positive experiences bring us out of our inner balance. And they are processed in the same way as negative events. Let's imagine we had won 10 million in the lottery two days ago. Could we then still concentrate on our book? Would our sleep be the same? What do you think our minds would do? Wouldn't we have an increased need to communicate? At some point, after weeks of intense preoccupation with the wealth that has been bestowed upon us, we would then say that we have become accustomed to the new situation. It is more correct to say that we have come to terms with what we have experienced. It makes no difference whether we win or lose 10 million, the processing of the respective event runs according to the same principles, only with different signs.

How can mental disorders be prevented?

The disturbances of the inner balance definitely cannot be prevented. Every day we have experiences that more or less throw us off our inner balance. We gain this or lose that. We can lose a future we thought was secure, our health, our view of the world, other people and much more. The decisive question is how we deal with it. Do we close ourselves off or do we allow processing to take place?

How can a mental disorder be treated itself?

A mental disorder usually indicates that the person has become dense. At some point, his soul has become disordered and instead of allowing the healing process to take place, he has prevented it. But even if the stressful key experience happened decades ago, the soul is still pushing to restore order. What does self-treatment look like? Don't avoid the rising feelings, but rather go towards them and trustingly go through the process.