Blog Posts - Mental-health



Common Sense

Laypeople were interested in mental health, and by the early 1900s had recognized that their lives might be happier if they could overcome and control some of the mental distress which seemed rampant in their complex and hurried world. Annie Payson C...

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by The Political Commentator on Jun 10, 2016

If You’re Scared, Do It Anyway

The prospect of being on the slope without a coach was honestly terrifying me. I was going to do it for the first time yesterday, but chickened out because I still have so much fear of falling off the lift without a coach there, of holding everybody...
by Chasing Winters on Jun 10, 2016

If You’re Scared, Do It Anyway

The prospect of being on the slope without a coach was honestly terrifying me. I was going to do it for the first time yesterday, but chickened out because I still have so much fear of falling off the lift without a coach there, of holding everybody...
by Chasing Winters on Jun 10, 2016

What are Adjustment Disorders?

By David Joel Miller. You don’t have to be “crazy” to have a mental illness. Sometimes bad things happen, and those difficulties in life can overwhelm you. When these things happen, often people get right back up, but if something … Conti...
by counseolrssoapbox on Jun 10, 2016

How to know if my anxiety disorder requires inpatient mental health treatment?

Are you wondering if your Anxiety Disorder may require inpatient mental health treatment? If so you are not alone! Anxiety disorders are a specific type of disorders that lead to intense feeling of worry and stress about situations that we experience...

How Snowboarding Has Changed My Life

I may not have been snowboarding for long and I may not be very good, but riding has already changed my life in ways I didn’t think was possible. Of course, when I took it up my intention was that it would help me to turn my life around, but it...
by Chasing Winters on Jun 8, 2016

How Snowboarding Has Changed My Life

I may not have been snowboarding for long and I may not be very good, but riding has already changed my life in ways I didn’t think was possible. Of course, when I took it up my intention was that it would help me to turn my life around, but it...
by Chasing Winters on Jun 8, 2016

Tips on Coping with a mild TBI

spam deleted. Thanks! 'here's to your health!'As have shared in past, I live with the after effects of a head injury from a car accident several years ago. With it, has come emotional challenges as well.  I have at times feelings of fear being...
by Closer to SAne on Jun 6, 2016

Brent MIND: 'Get talking' as first step towards recovery

Get Talking is a Mental Health campaign which focuses on talking as a first step towards recovery. It features Adam Deacon, Trevor Nelson & James Rhodes and service users from Brent.
by wembleymatters on Jun 4, 2016

What is Separation Anxiety Disorder (F93.0)?

By David Joel Miller. Separation Anxiety Disorder used to be strictly a children’s condition. In the past Separation Anxiety Disorder was listed in the section of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) under the category of Disorders First Dia...
by counseolrssoapbox on Jun 3, 2016

Gossip and it's effect on our health

spam deleted. Thanks! 'here's to your health!'Hi all! Trust you are well or are getting there. Was a loong winter for me. So many dreary days. Not as cold as been in past and not too much snow though. As usual, my SAD, seasonal affective disorder k...
by Closer to SAne on Jun 1, 2016

14 Books To Read For Mental Health Awareness

Fourteen unique perspectives on living with mental illness.
by Book Riot on May 31, 2016

How To Mentally Treat Depression

When it comes to depression, you may think of sadness, anger, and negative feelings all of the time. You may also think about therapy, medication, meditation, and some other common depression treatments. There are a few other ways that can be just as...
by Myworld on May 30, 2016

The Best Way To Battle Depression

Many people suffer from depression and do not seek treatment for their condition. Depression is recognized as a mental illness and the best way to get through these tough times is to get some help. You should keep reading if you are currently dealing...
by Myworld on May 30, 2016

Can We Talk Stigma? Article Share From “The Fix”

What can be worse than addiction with undiagnosed mental health challenges? STIGMA & SHAME …   . Stigma can be a beast. It has put fear in many addicts who want to reach out for help from addiction but are afraid. It has stopped many s...

What is Selective Mutism (F94.0)?

By David Joel Miller. Selective Mutism is the failure to speak at times when speech is necessary. Selective Mutism is an interesting disorder. It is one of the less common anxiety disorders and one which commonly first appears in childhood.  …...
by counseolrssoapbox on May 27, 2016

Beating Depression With Fever, Shrooms & Horse Tranquilizers?

Depression is the main cause of disability in the world. It is estimated to affect more than 350 million people. Treatment can involve psychotherapy and/or antidepressant medication. While these treatments are effective, they can take time, and the t...
by Brain Sponge on May 26, 2016

Beating Depression With Fever, Shrooms & Horse Tranquilizers?

Depression is the main cause of disability in the world. It is estimated to affect more than 350 million people. Treatment can involve psychotherapy and/or antidepressant medication. While these treatments are effective, they can take time, and the t...
by Brain Sponge on May 26, 2016

Spiritual Bathing Rituals: How Sacred Baths Can Empower You to Be Your Best

Sacred self-care rituals are important to our emotional, mental and spiritual health and well-being. I talk about the practice of spiritual bathing and sacred baths in The Sacred Bombshell Handbook of Self-Love. Spiritual bathing in my culture is an...


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