Dec 26, 2017
Q. I am a 28 years old man newly married for last two months, by profession am a school teacher. I am facing a very awkward problem with my wife. Our marriage is arranged. On the day of marriage, she suddenly faints so everyone said that it happens with girls due to excessive nervousness. But it took my attention when I found that she is frequently fainting again and again. I have visited psychiatrist she said there's no problem with her. I have visited neurologist as well. He also said your wife is absolutely fine. My mother talked to her family they said it's for first time happening as before marriage she was fine. She is the only daughter of her family and I'm also only son of my family. My mother pampers her A lot more than my elder sister (married). I have sent her now to her father's place. She is very satisfied with me and my mother as she said so.That's why we are worried that why this problem is there if there's no physical problem, even she is happy with us. She is also worried about this problem. Please do help I want to know why this thing is happening?
Hello Sir! Congratulations for your marriage. I can undersatnd this problems you are facing as mentioned like frequent fainting and doctor also gave clear chit that medically. She is fine according to me, completely 'Hysterical '. Hysterical is a concious behaviour probably fits where person is medically fit. As you mentioned, that she is happy in family all factors are in her positives. So, I advice her to visit nearby Psychologist and get her assessed for 'Hysteria' and seek Psychotherapy. Proper ventilation for her fears will help to improve there may be something. She is not telling but feeling offer her help. The problem will go.
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