Tag Archives: mental health

Let’s Talk Mental Health… and Let’s Also Listen

Originally posted on Sound Mind:
In the wake of Blue Monday on January 15th, Hi, How Are You? Day on the 22nd, and the #BellLetsTalk campaign on the 30th, I have been thinking about how to engage more deeply in our mental health conversation this month, and throughout the rest of the year. I try… Continue reading

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Highly Sensitive Person

A highly sensitive person is someone who “experiences acute physical, mental, or emotional responses to stimuli.”
https://thebipolarwriter.blog/2019/03/11/being-a-highly-sensitive-person
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When Depression Makes You Feel Helpless

Originally posted on The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog:
Depressed & Alone My last depression cycle, which started in January and didn’t end until late February. Despite the feelings that I had to deal with during the cycle, coming out of the fog has really helped me reflect on my feelings during this turbulent time.… Continue reading

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Poor Self-Esteem

Originally posted on Now is Today:
The third in my trio (triad? trilogy?) of bad thoughts or beliefs which damage me. This would be damaged as in the past, plus damage as in current. The future is still a question mark. I had called fear and sloth the dynamic duo, but upon consideration I decided… Continue reading

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You Have Time to Ground Yourself

Originally posted on Live/Work/PTSD:
I get overwhelmed somewhat easily. When I do, it’s hard to un-overwhelm myself. I know there are a lot of techniques to do it, but it’s still hard to calm the waves of anxiety. I practiced yoga every day for a month, and so far this month have done… Continue reading

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Words, Not Love, Will Tear Us Apart

Originally posted on De-zombify:
I’ve been seeing a certain neologism increasingly often recently. The neologism is neurodiverse and as far as I understand it is a nice, non-offensive way to say somebody has a mental condition that may or may not be subject to medical diagnosis. That’s unless the somebody is Donald Trump, who is… Continue reading

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When Everyone Abandons You

Originally posted on The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog:
A realization came to me in mid-December. Someone I was close to, had spoken to almost every day for a year and a half, began ignoring me. It was easy to notice. I stepped away from all social media not wanting to be reminded that I’m… Continue reading

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Ending a relationship

Originally posted on Be Happy Now:
I used to think a person could make me happy. Honey, I’m here to tell you – that person is YOU. A little more than a year ago, I was still in one of my first real, healthy relationships. He was good to me. He LOVED me. Actually, he… Continue reading

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The Difference Between Open-Minded and Closed-Minded People

Originally posted on O Society:
Why is it that some people seem to make constant progress in their professional and personal lives, while others appear to be doomed to repeat the same mistakes over and over? by Farnam Street While the answer isn’t cut and dry, I’ve noticed an interesting mindset difference between these two groups:… Continue reading

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Running away… From everything

Originally posted on A life in the shadows:
Dear people, It’s been a long time since I wrote something. That’s simply because my involvement in the erotic industry became almost non-exist for the last two years now. I was doing normal jobs in the meantime. My last job went quite well (read: a job I… Continue reading

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