Blog Posts - Mental Disorder



People With Chronic Illness Aren’t “Faking It” (And Science Proves It)

Is chronic illness fake? Is chronic illness a mental disorder? We've heard it all. People with chronic illness are not "faking it", and science proves it.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Aug 31, 2015

Video: Science of Depression

The video below discusses the causes of depression and how it effects the brain and the body. The post Video: Science of Depression appeared first on Lakehouse Recovery Center.
by Recovery Advocates on Aug 17, 2015

Hey America Who Is Crazier? Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner, Barack Obama Or You? (VIDEO)

It is summer 2015 the ASA and as the nation is hypnotized by a man in a dress, The Madman in the White House, the new emperor fiddles while our nation burns....
by Ct Patriots Blog on Jun 15, 2015

11 Quotes About the Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only 25% of those with mental illness feel that people are sympathetic about their situation. There is nothing shameful about having a mental illness. The only thing about mental illness th...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 11, 2015

‘Just Eat’ Documentary Explores Eating Disorders

When people think of mental illnesses, eating disorders don’t often come to mind. Anorexia is a mental illness that is frequently overlooked yet it has the highest death rate of any other mental illness which is why it is important to bring a...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 5, 2015

Simple questions. Research. Crazy. Definitions…

The Broad Institute, a collaborative biomedical research center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has received a $650 million donation from philanthropist and …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Sep 11, 2014

Simple questions. Research. Crazy. Definitions…

The Broad Institute, a collaborative biomedical research center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has received a $650 million donation from philanthropist and …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Sep 11, 2014

WHAT IS OBSSESIVE FEAR?

The mayor o minor severity of OCD is related to the degree of repression of the subject and the amount of his moral or censorship. The anguish that fells an obsessive pacient lets to view his relationship with his sexual libido, which would be the in...
by Terapia y Psicoanalisis on Aug 17, 2014

Young people ‘feel they have nothing to live for’

              (Media Release) As many as three quarters of a million young people in the UK may feel that they have nothing to live for, a study for the Prince’s Trust charity claims. The trust says almost a t...
by Free PR Online on May 16, 2014

Borderline

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" Martinique When I went to get tested for Attention Deficit Hyper Disorder the Licensed Clinical Psychologist had told me that he thought that I had some of these symptoms but would n...

Pros and Cons [BFMH2014]

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" Martinique Day 4: What are the pros and cons of having a mental illness(es) or your specific illness(es)? I can only speak for myself when I share this. Since I am a woman who is emot...
by You Won't Tame this Sassy Cat on Mar 30, 2014

Twilight Disorder 2014 Magazine

Twilight Disorder 2014 Magazine wilight’s Robert Pattinson joked with fans that they must have a ‘mental disorder’ to be camping out in the cold waiting to see the stars of the final installment in the vampire franchise, ‘Brea...
by aroundgirls on Mar 26, 2014

Dissociated [BMFH2014]

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" MartiniqueDay 7: Have you ever dissociated? If so, how often? Since I have read up on my main illness. This seems to be one of the symptoms. I kept reading about it on different level...
by You Won't Tame this Sassy Cat on Feb 27, 2014

Day 28 [BFMH2014]

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" MartiniqueDay 28: Do you consider yourself high-functioning or low-functioning? In a short answer, high-functioning. When I attended counseling in the summer of 2013, something the th...
by You Won't Tame this Sassy Cat on Feb 27, 2014

30 MIAC Day 16

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" MartiniqueDay 16: How many people are you “out” to with your mental illness(es)? I am only “out” with my close immediate family. However, there are a few that are outs...
by You Won't Tame this Sassy Cat on Feb 23, 2014

Self Harming & Mental Illness [BFMH2014]

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" MartiniqueI just now realized that there are two different “challenges” at Marci, Mental Health & More. I decided to mix it up a bit. Answering some questions from ano...
by You Won't Tame this Sassy Cat on Feb 23, 2014

It’s starting again [BFMH2014]

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" MartiniqueThe madness is starting slowly. I can feel it. I’m pushing it forward, but then when it starts moving to fast. I’ll want it to stop but by that time it will be...

Slowly, It’s Starting to Make Sense

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" MartiniqueI’ve read a lot, since I’ve challenged myself to blog about certain mental health issues that I have. One thing I have noticed is that more and more people are &...

Deleted [BFMH2014]

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" MartiniqueOk, after looking at his Facebook page. I see he still has his X girlfriend on his page. He still has a cousin that he swore he can’t stand, because she’s a shit...
by You Won't Tame this Sassy Cat on Jan 27, 2014

My Labels [BFMH2014]

This was originally posted by Sassycat3000 by Catherine "SassyCat" MartiniqueOne new direction my blog is taking for the year 2014 is writing about topics that are important to me. I’m important to me. A hobby of mine is human behavior. I wanna...
by You Won't Tame this Sassy Cat on Jan 16, 2014


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