The mental health questions from the DSM-5 mental health co-op are often the most popular questions asked in online conversations.
Here’s a look at which ones we think are the most commonly asked.
Is your mind a source of tension?
Do you feel stressed by the thought of others’ thoughts?
Do people have a tendency to overreact to negative events in your life?
Is there something you want or need that you feel is out of reach?
Do there seem to be many situations where you are unable to make decisions about?
Is it difficult to get yourself together when you are stressed?
Do others seem to take advantage of you or do you feel you need to protect yourself?
Have you felt that you are not valued enough?
Have your relationships with people changed?
Have friends or family rejected you?
Do friends or loved ones tell you that you need more help?
Do social situations get in the way of getting on with your life or that you should stop?
Do your feelings of being unhappy get in your way of being happy?
Are you worried that others might perceive you as too sensitive?
Do other people have an attitude of superiority about you?
Do they treat you differently than you do?
Do situations get more difficult when you have mental health problems?
Do the people around you feel bad about you or are they making you feel more alone?
Have they used bullying to hurt you?
Have people tried to control your life, make you feel ashamed, or make you afraid?
Have things gotten worse for you?
Do things become worse for your health or relationships?
Do activities that used to be fun, exciting, and fun now seem more like a chore?
Do certain people or events seem to make it difficult for you to be happy?
Have feelings of worthlessness, emptiness, emptiness inside you?
Are there things you do not like about yourself?
Have problems with your relationship with other people?
Are things making you depressed or anxious?
Do some things feel unfair or unfair to you?
Are the people you meet in public places a burden on you?
Do many people make you uncomfortable?
Are people judging you for who you are or what you have to offer?
Do most people treat you unfairly?
Are some people treating you unfairly because they know you have a problem?
Do feelings of guilt or shame seem to have a negative impact on your life and on your relationships?
Do emotions seem to overwhelm you?
Do we get frustrated or upset at things in our lives?
Are we constantly trying to be better at something or to keep ourselves in control?
Do I need help to feel better?
Is my behavior getting in the others way?
Do someone tell me I am not good enough or I am going to lose my job?
Do my friends and family always tell me that I need to be nicer to others?
Are I constantly judged for my thoughts, actions, or decisions?
Are many people who have mental illness trying to hide it?
Are they constantly being judged for being different?
Are social situations making it difficult or impossible for you or others to be a happy, healthy, independent, and independent person?
Are friends or co-workers always judging or treating you differently because of what you or someone else is like?
Do relationships become harder to make or harder to maintain?
Do all relationships seem to become less and less meaningful?
Are relationships with friends and co-worker hard to maintain because you are constantly being treated differently?
Are feelings of shame or guilt constantly affecting your life?
“Source: Mental Health Coop, Mental Health coop, mental health podcast article The following questions were chosen from the Mental Health Questions from the 5th edition of the DSM.
They are often asked in discussions of suicide prevention, addiction treatment, mental illness, and depression.1.
Is the thought or feeling that someone else might be suffering or unhappy you or that your thoughts or feelings might be hurting someone else?2.
Do a lot of people or situations make you want to stop or become angry?3.
Do strangers make you anxious?4.
Are your relationships often tense?5.
Do everyone seem to feel like they have power over you?6.
Are friendships hard to make, especially if you feel that you have no value in the relationship?7.
Are all of your friends or other loved ones treating you with hostility, jealousy, or blame?8.
Do problems with relationships make it hard to get on with life or to be loved?9.
Do events seem harder to control or are things