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    I can't match with anyone around me except my husband, what should I do?

    It seems to me that everyone around me shows off a lot which bothers me very badly. I am becoming kind of unsocial day by day. Am I becoming a mental patient?
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  • I have been working in Eltham, Melbourne as a relationship and family counsellor for over twelve years. I draw on current theory and research about … View Profile

    It sounds like you're noticing some changes in how you are interpreting the behaviours of others, which is resulting in your choosing to withdraw. There are a number of possible reasons for this - stress, depression for example. Probably the best thing to do if you are concerned is to speak to your GP as a starting point. He or she can assess your mental health in a little more detail, and make some suggestions about what (if any) treatment may be most helpful. Counselling may also help you to explore further what stresses are happening in your life that may be affecting how you are coping, and equip you with different perspective and strategies to help you deal with these better.

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