I mean, legitimate psychological problems.
I suppose I should introduce myself... I've been an INFJ up until, oh, maybe a couple months ago. I made the very painless (in fact: wonderfully numbing) transition from F to T. So I haven't visited this side of the forum until today!
Anyhow, I am diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Nowadays, when I can't back up how I feel with a reasonable, logical explanation, I am incredibly frustrated and feel a loss of control (which just aggravates the anxiety). I've been on medication (Zoloft) for several months, which has helped immensely. But I was having a conversation with my boyfriend tonight (an ENFP) about coming off of the medication, and I found myself becoming very frustrated that I couldn't pinpoint the cause of my anxiety, when I know full well that it's simply genetic and also a chemical imbalance, and that there's only so much I can do to reason myself out of an attack.
Without getting too personal, how do other NTs deal with psychological issues such as this? What are you able to tell yourself to let it go, or to help you cope?