See a psychologist. Paranoia is a form of mental illness & treatable. On the other hand if you have a valid reason to believe you are being stalked & know who-report it. If you feel watched when out in public-many public places are watching due to security & you have no expectation of privacy outside your home.
Answer: Just b happy the way you are. Talk with friends and family, go to parks, paint a picture, write, read, watch a movie, something fun! Or, if you feel really neglected you could call the youth crisis hotline or talk to the person opr online counseling.
Answer: Answer Yes. Migraine is a neurological disorder made up of several phases. The final phase is called postdrome.
Postdrome refers to that fatigued and achey feeling that can sometimes persist from hours to days after the head pain from the migraine has ended, along with other symptoms like mental fuzziness. Some people also refer to this part as the "migraine hangover."
It should be noted that not all people experience postdrome as fatigue and depression. Some people experience postdrome as euphoria and hyperactivity.
Answer: ok your going through indecision one part of you says keep him for one reason and one part says dump him for another you need to shut up that voice that says break up with him by making sure whatever he said or did is all water under the bridge and it will never happen again
Answer: Stop thinking about being nauseous and think of something else, its just nervousness getting to you. Or maybe get some water with ice and chew on the ice slowly. or If you have a long wait to eat and you have a hard candy slip that into your mouth.
Answer: Music is one of the languages which communicate directly with the soul, through the medium of the emotions. This is why, when a prophet (Elisha) was not relaxed and needed to hear the counsel of God, he asked to hear music being played (2 Kings 3:15).
Another Perspective That reaction is simply a compendium of your particular cerebral-psychological-emotional make-up. Another person may get the same reaction when they stand on top of a mountain and take in the view or look at a beautiful painting.