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Things he/she is not allowed:

  1. Crying
  2. Staying alone
  3. Skipping meals
  4. Rejecting anything
  5. Running away for a change
  6. Enjoying the way he/she want

Things he/she is allowed:

  1. Do things others think is fun but not him/her
  2. Continue normally emotionless as if nothing had happened
  3. Act like a robot who is very obedient
  4. Accept everything no matter what
  5. Show that he/she is happy when actually he/she is not

What should he/she do to ease the situation? [I don't know which forum this question belongs so help me migrate to that if possible] Please Note: This is not real situation. Just psychological question. Read somewhere sometime ago. Don't remember which site or any other details. I will post anything if I remember.

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I don't think you're in the right place to ask about that , i'm not even sure this should be on a forum. A doctor ( a psychologist probably ) should be a better person to speak with about your problems. But if you realy wan't to talk about that then you should give more details about your condition like why are things not allowed to you ? Who forbid them to you ?

Plus , speaking about it in this forum will lead you to philosophical answers (no real way to deal with your problems , just ways to think about how you may solve them)

  • Added clarification. This is not a real situation. Read some time ago in some other site. Don't remember which? Posted as much as I remember. Dont refer me pls . – Anutrix Feb 10 '17 at 13:56
  • Used I because that's how I had read it. Also typing he/she in a phone is tiresome. Sorry for any grammatical errors. I am not a native English speaker. – Anutrix Feb 10 '17 at 14:05
  • As you edited , it's a psychological question so what you ask for is a psychological answer but the topic of this forum is philosophy , not psychology. Plus , to answer I would need to know why this person can't do what he/she wants to do but in this situation (admiting he/she can't escape it) i'd suggest to strenghten the mind , and build a mental place when he/she can go everytime it's needed. This way he/she can imagine things , build a personnal safety place and wait for better time to come – Rolexel Feb 10 '17 at 14:09
  • Sorry, my mistake. So should delete it or migrate it? Also the answer doesn't really matter. I just wanted to see how people react to it. – Anutrix Feb 10 '17 at 14:13
  • It's up to you , you can leave it and wait to see what answers you'll get , you can migrate it or post it again somewhere else without deleting it from here and see how different the answers are looking at the topic they come from – Rolexel Feb 10 '17 at 14:21

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