She or He Hammerer

We know that the hammer is used to drive a nail, or hit something hard, that is, it is hammered!

Well, there are people (he or she) who can being our friends, acquaintances, relatives, couples who like to being “hammer to others” until someone breaks that hammer so that it doesn’t do more damage or that hammer will win to finish hammering with no way out to the poor nail…. and very few accept that this hammerer has mental problems.

You need to know what people with mental problems and their obsession to hammer others are called, many times they do it without realizing it or in others because of their mental problem they abuse this towards others.

That is to say, a person (be it an acquaintance, a stranger, your partner or relative), cannot have an impulsive reaction with shouts or expressions before you because of a simple question that is asked. No one and no one should yell, belittle, manipulate or even insult without a logical reason with only wanting to mistreat others psychologically and mentally. This should not be allowed to anyone or anyone.
If you are in this case it is important, you resolve it with doctors or in other cases walk away, because if this person does not accept, has mental problems and needs psychiatric help, this will end up losing control…

Today, our world is experiencing mental problems (which can be schizophrenia or uncontrolled depression), it is necessary to help as far as possible, there will come a time when you will not be able to do more, and in other cases you will end up psychologically mistreated by this person with problems mental.

There exist cures, treatments and chat groups, it is necessary to accept having a mental problem and wanting to be helped.

Mental problem and mistreatment of other people

How do you deal with a violent mentally ill person?
If a person living with a mental illness becomes aggressive or violent, try to remain calm, and speak with calm, clear and slow voice. Give the person some physical space. Avoid a confrontation, sometimes leaving the house to wait for everyone to calm down is more productive.

Is when someone sees you in a negative way because of your mental illness. Discrimination is when someone treats you in a negative way because of your mental illness.

Gaslights mentally ill:
Certain mental health conditions such as narcissistic personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder lend themselves to gaslighting as those illnesses give people a distorted view of themselves and others and a propensity toward manipulating others for their own ends by any means necessary, as well as never.

Mental Breakdown:
The term mental breakdown is often used when a person has a mental health crisis that overcomes their emotions. It can stem from other conditions like depression and anxiety but tends to be a severe case.

What mental illnesses cause abuse?
-Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
-Bipolar Disorder
-Narcissistic Personality Disorder
-Anti-Social Personality Disorder
-Borderline Personality Disorder as well as general anxiety and depression

What are the signs of a mentally disturbed person?
-Feeling sad or down
-Confused thinking or reduced ability to concentrate
-Excessive fears or worries, or extreme feelings of guilt
-Extreme mood changes of highs and lows
-Withdrawal from friends and activities
-Significant tiredness, low energy or problems sleeping

Mental health problems.
Explains what mental health problems are, what may cause them, and the many different kinds of help, treatment and support that are available. Also provides guidance on where to find more information, and tips for friends and family. Mental health problems can have a wide range of causes. It’s likely that for many people there is a complicated combination of factors, although different people may be more deeply affected by certain things than others.

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