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Repeated Suicidal Behavior

Repeated suicidal behavior is a state of multiple suicide attempts. It is exhibited at higher levels of significant depression, hopelessness, anger, aggression, impulsivity, borderline personality traits, and family history of alcoholism or depression than in psychiatric patients who did not attempt suicide.

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I am a 5-month pregnant woman with self-harming habits and anger issues. How do I control myself?

Query: Hello doctor, I get hyper very easily. Anger and frustration inside me are killing me. Sometimes I want to throw stuff around me and I have even tried to harm myself by burning my hand and cutting with a knife. I am five months pregnant. My husband is busy with his work and he also has an affair whi...  Read Full »

Dr. Vandana Patidar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Thank you for your query. The anger outbursts are due to various reasons like some psychiatric illness, depression, anxiety, or some psychosocial issues. Currently, you have a significant issue in your life as pregnancy is an important event in every woman's life. A...  Read Full »

How to control aggressive behavior in a teen who attemped suicide as well?

Query: Hello doctor, A known 16-year-old son misbehaves with others, not staying at home, does not care about his family, passes the time with his bad company, behaving rudely to parents, and not studying properly. Parents have no control over him, and he does not care when they request him to focus on st...  Read Full »

Dr. Venkat Suresh Heijebu

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I can certainly understand your concern. I have worked through your attached query in detail. As per the description, the possibility of a conduct disorder or a borderline personality disorder should be considered here in your child. In view of suicidal threatening...  Read Full »

How to help my father to manage and overcome depression and suicidal thoughts?

Query: Hello doctor, I am writing on behalf of my father. Two years back, my dad was terminated from the job and was depressed. Suddenly one day, he started doing some weird stuff just like as he was possessed by the devil. He tried to commit suicide and jumped from a building, but luckily he survived and...  Read Full »

Dr. Suresh Kumar G D

Answer: Hello, Welcome to From your description, it looks like your father had probably developed stress-induced depression and psychotic features after losing his job. I can understand that it would be tough for your father and the whole family. It is positive that he is stable now. But he ...  Read Full »

How to deal with extreme levels of thinking, depression, behavioral isssues and suicidal thought?

Query: Hello doctor, I am 18 yrs old, and I want to know what is my mental illness because here in my country, consultation in hospitals is very expensive. The things that I am concerned about are: 1. I can not control my anger. It started even when I was a kid; I always had tantrums until now. 2. I alw...  Read Full »

Dr. Aneel Kumar

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I can understand your condition, but here you are not at the level to understand your condition because you have two extreme levels of thinking, which are called "All or None," "Black or White," "Good or Bad" these feelings are called, dichotomous thinking. This refl...  Read Full »

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