Coworkers drive me crazy: Normal or Nuts?
Dr. Keith Ablow gives his diagnosis
- Duration 3:29
- Date Sep 12, 2012
Dr. Keith Ablow gives his diagnosis
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Well it is a question that we all ask ourselves time -- time and my normal -- might not stuck to keep -- is here to answer your emails thank you for joining us this morning it's my pleasure so let's get straight to us that the first email comes from someone who works in a cubicle at work take a look.
I sit in office cube and my colleagues instant message friends all day long listening to -- the typing sounds.
Drives me crazy.
I have to walk away or put earplugs -- because there is nothing I can do so normal or not it's.
On May be driving this person crazy but this is a normal person in fact may -- more normal than the rest of -- are -- who can.
Already this kind of intrusion on a daily hourly minute by minute basis but there is something you can do one ear plugs right yes don't just sit passively take all the -- and and secondly maybe a job for you in -- cubicle surrounded by other employees is -- does the job market is -- you look around when we get your own office.
OK but don't quit your job or know ever get a on the -- -- mouth but hey I can relate to this next one because sometimes this happens to me this next email.
Sometimes when I'm scared to sleep after watching it's scary TV news B I imagine characters from my favorite shows.
Protecting me -- don't do that stuff -- seven point where I don't have any friends think that they whine op.
Well look I mean this is serious stuff we're all vulnerable not a technology and to.
Creating our lives but here's somebody lost -- your new superhero in your life should be a therapist because this is crazy it's just.
Well I just avoid scary movies all together I'm not a fancy hearing me lovely to meet your match -- friends yet evident that they examined them angering the right out OK and finally this is a newlywed problem when we hear about this a lot haven't really -- Brandon.
Have a friend.
You talked to his mother at least four times today the last -- -- that -- they are going to bed his new wife.
Usually -- the -- as he talks with his mother is this nuts they're newly -- They're newly would this guy is completely crazed -- he's not married he's the he's not married he's still with his mom.
He wouldn't should have this annulled not even divorce that because he wasn't present for his own marriage and this woman who married him wasn't prepared for relationship because at least eight -- By his mom needs therapy she needs therapy they need a lawyer.
-- -- get -- on -- don't let calls him mother Alice.
I -- and you get somebody incredibly talented I might have some time on my skin.
Yet we have a few more say is that we run into this question a lot actually you know I've got -- -- with newlyweds and yet moms and dads getting involved.
What's your best piece of advice okay really let's listen my best piece -- advice -- -- people often marry.
Based on their weakness is not there's strength we track one another because we can heal one another.
Here -- two people not example.
Of people who can't really truly be bonded in a new marriage.
Both of them need to travel that distance toward intimacy so you're right you don't abandon midstream what you do as you say boy okay so we found each other based on our weaknesses let's turn it into our strength by -- one another.
A case he ended it on a positive -- about like.
And I say you know you statements are normal or not they shared it saying doctor -- -- questions that prince vs foxnews.com and he will tell you.
-- you are not.
So thank you very much -- -- but it.