We’ve all heard the expression, “nervous breakdown”, but what does that mean, exactly?
First off, what makes people think they are having a nervous breakdown? Is it the moment they feel they have lost all ability to cope with their lives and all the stresses that come with it?
What are the symptoms they are experiencing at that time? Probably the most prominent is their minds are spinning. They can’t get a grip on any one thought because they all blend together as one chaotic mess. It’s impossible to think straight, to sort things out. They might also have lost their energy and are unable to get up in the morning and complete their daily tasks. They can’t cope with the simplest concept.
In short, they think they are going mad. After all, isn’t madness the inability to care for yourself because your mind has gone awry? It’s a terrifying concept, to be sure. But does a person really go mad?
We’ve seen the stereotypical images in movies of people wandering the halls read on ..