Blog Posts - Mental Illness



10 Physical Conditions That Mimic Mental Illness

Have you been diagnosed with a mental illness? It may have a physical cause. Learn the physical causes of mental illness symptoms.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Dec 16, 2015

Things Being Equal

Gun violence is out of control. While experts dither and bicker about whether this or that act was done by “terrorists” they choose to ignore that gun violence is terror, no matter who’s pulling the trigger. The world in which … Continue...

Is It Just Me? I DON'T FEEL SAFE!

For 7 years I have been preaching to the choir through this blog that Barack Obama is a complete, and potentially deliberate, failure at his one and only true job:PROTECTING THE UNITED STATES AND ITS CITIZENS FROM DANGERS BOTH HERE AND ABROAD!He has...
by The Political Commentator on Dec 4, 2015

Blood, Money, And Dirt

I never ever fell for the mind game junkie mentality. I remember when my drug addict aunt Tina would get in her jealous envious ways and literally tell me to my face “You don’t have no education!” And she would try to spread that li...
by "My Voice" Weblog on Dec 4, 2015

The Perils Of Lust

Aside from the ignorant, sick, miserable, envious and jealous kind normal healthy and/or productive people do not care and aren’t even really concerned about what is going on within the lives of others or interfering in the success or progress...
by "My Voice" Weblog on Dec 1, 2015

Accept Me . . . Is It To Much To Ask For? “Flash Back Recovery Post Day!” Happy Thanksgiving All :)

. My Mental/Emotional Disorders, Recovery, or Childhood sex abuse & trauma survivor is not my label . . . So please, don’t put me into a box labeled mental case or freak. And most definitely don’t treat me like I am different from ot...

What causes mental illness?

By David Joel Miller. If we find the cause of mental illness can we cure it? Mental illness is costing us a lot more than most people realize. Turns out that mental illness, untreated, under treated or treated in ways … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Nov 16, 2015

Helping Grieving Children and Teenagers

Key Messages: How your child or teen understands and reacts to the death of someone close varies with their age. You can help your child or teen cope with the loss by having several simple, direct conversations and encouraging your … Continue r...
by Horizon Family Solutions on Nov 10, 2015

Dear Bubba : Some People Cut Themselves

They press knives and sharp things into their skin until they bleed. The post Dear Bubba : Some People Cut Themselves appeared first on New Crunchy Mom.
by New Crunchy Mom on Nov 6, 2015

Spiritpreneur School 24! Is Your Mental Health Getting in the Way of Your Dreams? (Video)

Author Agyei Ekundayo’s jarring memoir chronicles the cyclical mental illness of an African American girl who comes of age in a cruelly dismissive culture and patchwork healthcare system. The pages of this book expose a timeline of clarity and...

“Lets Talk War Stories of Addiction and The Criminal Consequences”

Hello and Welcome all Recovery Friends,   . I wanted to write and share a little about the damages and consequences many of face when we were deep within our addictions. One of those can be losing your freedom due to jail, criminal records or...

Books That Understand Bipolar Better Than “Homeland”

Showtime’s TV drama Homeland was one of the first shows that I ever really binge-watched. Aside from the thrilling pace and the outstanding performances, particularly from Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin, I was intrigued by the bipolar storyline. H...
by Book Riot on Oct 17, 2015

Joke’s on you

I’ve always made jokes. Jokes I think are funny. But always without much thought put into how they will be received by others. I think I’m funny. Sometimes very funny, although my husband would tell you otherwise. But many times, these jo...
by A Day in Mollywood on Oct 13, 2015

The Wave

It was fifteen years ago now, in 2000, when I packed my bags and headed to Cuernavaca, Mexico to study Spanish for 21 days. I went with my sister and two of my sorority sisters who also studied Spanish in college. They called it the “city of e...
by A Day in Mollywood on Oct 6, 2015

Under Construction

I saw this quote yesterday and I thought, yes. YES! This is exactly how I feel right now. I’m working hard to put my life back together after struggling this summer. I think writing it all down, everything that has occurred just in the last mo...
by A Day in Mollywood on Oct 5, 2015

Organize Your Medications Easily with This app

I received compensation for my work on this campaign. This post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own. _________________________________ Millions of people in this world take medication every day. I am one of those people and I...
by A Day in Mollywood on Sep 15, 2015

Planted

Someone mentioned the other day that due to my blog posts lately they could tell I’m not in a good place. And they would be right. I haven’t been in a good place. I’m coming off of my worst manic phase ever – which, believe m...
by A Day in Mollywood on Sep 15, 2015

Clean Enough

“I’m going to clean our shower,” I said. “It’s been too long and it’s really dirty.” I grabbed the strong cleaners, rubber gloves, opened the windows and turned on the fan. I knew this would be a big job for...
by A Day in Mollywood on Sep 11, 2015

Lifestyle Choices to Ease Anxiety

Anxiety disorder is the most common mental illness in the world, according to a survey by the World Health Organization. If you experience symptoms of an anxiety disorder, you should see a mental health professional. However, there are also some lif...
by Recovery Advocates on Sep 10, 2015

Preventing mental illness.

By David Joel Miller. Is it possible to prevent mental illness? There was a time when we, we as in society, thought there were two types of people, the normal ones and then those others, the mentally ill.  Today we … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Sep 9, 2015


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