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This is a question that we I'll ask ourselves from time to time and this is what I'm getting -- are we normal or are we nuts doctor -- -- -- is here to help us out good morning doctor -- Good morning first email today -- somebody writes in and says my mother recently retired a lot of us can relate to best.
And ever -- she calls this 345 sometimes six times today and I try to explain to our direct us -- call because I'm working eight.
But she insists that I'm not making time for her -- -- -- dollars this -- Those and I'm not prepared to call her not normal or -- I think your mom's retired.
You're working -- the -- understanding -- -- -- her schedules change there's not much filling it up.
You get even wonder whether she's depressed.
So instead of just trying to filter these calls and keep them at a lower number.
Why not after he -- or things going.
Because it seems like -- EB.
You finding that you don't have enough to fill up your time maybe she's lonely and that's a good question to ask of her not only maybe even depressed job ending your job they can it can take an executive who was hardy.
And turn that person.
Into Sony's depressed such a good point OK second one -- my boyfriend just moved at the same city as me we moved in together he doesn't know a lot of people.
On weekends he refuses to -- and socialize instead choosing to stay inside the apartment watched TV all day -- just -- normal -- that's.
When I read the email this morning he does it also was the case he tends not to leave the bedroom even sometimes an African up.
This isn't normal it's a little knots.
And it sounds like a true.
Either anxiety disorder -- this fellow really has lapsed into a depression.
Now psychotherapy in Madison these it's still the gold standards but I wouldn't minimize that because frankly your partners staying in the bedroom all weekend you -- prop.
Let's get a mountain house and finalists had good reason for being.
Okay now finally -- to.
This -- I find that I need to sit in the exact seat all the time.
For example we have a daily meeting at work and if I get there late and somebody else is sitting in that seem to really irritates me.
I'd like this everywhere I go at home at my dining room table -- even at a local restaurant I frequent.
Who even at a local restaurant yeah went so that's my chair out that's not what's beyond -- norm experience.
Yeah like Norman Chad -- listen -- cheers could use a little time on my couch.
Obsessive compulsive disorders in the -- needing to do the same routine again and again this regimented way of thinking.
People convince themselves if I can have it my way in these small ways everything in my life will be okay.
Drilled down to the bottom of what's really bothering you because it's not the -- -- it.
All right doctor Kate thank you so much of which are not these are real viewer emails were writing these things we're -- which is great keep sending them.
All right doctor Kate thank you so much you can send those questions to us at Fox & Friends First at foxnews.com.
And after keep -- tell you can normally you know if your -- well.
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