Blog Posts - Mental-health



What is Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) F94.1?

By David Joel Miller. Reactive Attachment Disorder begins early in life. Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) is one of those disorders which was moved in the DSM-5. It used to be included in the chapter on Disorders First Diagnosed in Infancy, …...
by counseolrssoapbox on May 20, 2016

What is Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) F94.1?

By David Joel Miller. Reactive Attachment Disorder begins early in life. Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) is one of those disorders which was moved in the DSM-5. It used to be included in the chapter on Disorders First Diagnosed in Infancy, …...
by counseolrssoapbox on May 20, 2016

Breakthrough? How Anti-Memories Balance Your Mind

What is an anti-memory? An evil memory mastermind hellbent on total brain domination? Thankfully, no. Anti-memories are more like anti-matter particles in physics. Except they won’t make your head explode and the Starship Enterprise wouldn̵...
by Brain Sponge on May 19, 2016

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by The Political Commentator on May 19, 2016

Breakthrough? How Anti-Memories Balance Your Mind

What is an anti-memory? An evil memory mastermind hellbent on total brain domination? Thankfully, no. Anti-memories are more like anti-matter particles in physics. Except they won’t make your head explode and the Starship Enterprise wouldn̵...
by Brain Sponge on May 19, 2016

Lets celebrate

Its the middle of Mental Health week and one small way of responding to this is finding positive things to say about the people we work and live with. Last week as one of the corporate sponsors of a Youth … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on May 19, 2016

What is Amotivational Syndrome?

By David Joel Miller. Have you lost your drive or your desire to do something? Amotivational Syndrome is often connected with the smoking of marijuana.  This is something quite different from what we see in depression.  In depression people lose &#...
by counseolrssoapbox on May 18, 2016

What is Amotivational Syndrome?

By David Joel Miller. Have you lost your drive or your desire to do something? Amotivational Syndrome is often connected with the smoking of marijuana.  This is something quite different from what we see in depression.  In depression people lose &#...
by counseolrssoapbox on May 18, 2016

How to Tell If Your Mental Health Is Deteriorating

When I was first admitted to day hospital they asked me if I could identify any signs or behaviours that were an indicator that my mental health was deteriorating, and at the time I couldn’t and didn’t even care enough to want to work it...
by Chasing Winters on May 17, 2016

How to Tell If Your Mental Health Is Deteriorating

When I was first admitted to day hospital they asked me if I could identify any signs or behaviours that were an indicator that my mental health was deteriorating, and at the time I couldn’t and didn’t even care enough to want to work it...
by Chasing Winters on May 17, 2016

How to Tell If Your Mental Health Is Deteriorating

When I was first admitted to day hospital they asked me if I could identify any signs or behaviours that were an indicator that my mental health was deteriorating, and at the time I couldn’t and didn’t even care enough to want to work it...
by Chasing Winters on May 17, 2016

Managing Stress Through Mindfulness

May has turned out to be a particularly busy month, when I say that I mean, things seem to now be moving at warp speed, deadlines are looming and I can feel my stress mounting. And there seems to be a theme this week on the blog of how to manage stre...
by Cashmere & Camo on May 13, 2016

Self-Sabotage: If You Don’t Change Now, When Will You?

The other day I sat in the office with my support worker discussing the way that my life has been going for the last few months, the things that have affected the direction of my life so far and my plans for the future, and while we were having thi...
by Chasing Winters on May 12, 2016

This Common Painkiller May Be Killing Your Empathy & Emotions

There is a common painkiller that you probably have in your medicine cabinet. It’s one of the most widely used drug ingredients in Europe and the United States. It helps to dull mild to moderate pain and it is generally considered to be safe. I...
by Brain Sponge on May 12, 2016

Self-Sabotage: If You Don’t Change Now, When Will You?

The other day I sat in the office with my support worker discussing the way that my life has been going for the last few months, the things that have affected the direction of my life so far and my plans for the future, and while we were having thi...
by Chasing Winters on May 12, 2016

Self-Sabotage: If You Don’t Change Now, When Will You?

The other day I sat in the office with my support worker discussing the way that my life has been going for the last few months, the things that have affected the direction of my life so far and my plans for the future, and while we were having thi...
by Chasing Winters on May 12, 2016

This Common Painkiller May Be Killing Your Empathy & Emotions

There is a common painkiller that you probably have in your medicine cabinet. It’s one of the most widely used drug ingredients in Europe and the United States. It helps to dull mild to moderate pain and it is generally considered to be safe. I...
by Brain Sponge on May 12, 2016

To Help a Friend with Depression, Here’s the Best Thing You Can Do

When I was asked to speak on mental health for BBC Radio 2's Pause for Thought segment, I consulted my brilliant Facebook community. They shared deeply and with insight on just how we can be more accepting of those who suffer this way. The starting p...
by Sheridan Voysey on May 10, 2016

Learning Disabilities

I'm going to give every one some super BASIC info on learning disabilities. Knowledge is power man. That way you don't look like a ding dong when you are stating something at a wine and cheese party.… More Learning Disabilities...
by First Time Dad on May 10, 2016

To Help a Friend with Depression, Here’s the Best Thing You Can Do

Picture by Helga Weber (CC BY-ND 2.0) According to the World Health Organisation, one-in-four of us will be affected by a mental health problem at some point. Mental illness can strike anyone irrespective of health, education or status, and one o...
by Sheridan Voysey on May 10, 2016


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