What will you do? Why?
Your sister has become incommunicative. She prefers to remain alone.
What will you do?
Your sister has become incommunicative.
There must be a reason for my sister to become incommunicative and my first step would be to figure out that reason. Once, I get to know the reason, I will help her in finding the solution to the problem. If required, I would look for professional help for her in the form of a psychologist. I would try to indulge her in more social activities and things that she likes to do. I would advise her to talk to her friends and people who are close to her. Being incommunicative and preferring loneliness is not a good sign, it is important to deal with it at the earliest.
The feeling of staying alone or not communicating with others may lead to mental stress. This can eventually affect one’s physical, mental and social health.
If I find that my sister has become incommunicative and prefers to remain alone;
- I will talk to her and try to find out the reason for her aloofness and the stress. I will discuss her problem and help her find a solution to her problem.
- I will try to get her to speak with family members and participate in family discussions, family functions, etc. I would also encourage her to pursue her hobbies. This can help her divert her mind from the issues that are troubling her.
- If required I will advise her to consult a professional counsellor and discuss her problems.