What do you think when you hear the term “mentally ill”? Stigma can make it difficult for people to accept that they need help. I’m here to say, I NEED HELP and that’s okay.
People who are lonely are often the ones at risk of illness both physically and mentally.
I know its okay to talk about my experiences; I find writing helps me, more than I realized.
I hadn’t wanted to act that way. But it was like something took over my brain and my body.
Dr. D got down on her knees, forced me to make eye contact and said very clearly… “It’s not your fault.”
Social isolation is both a potential cause & symptom of emotional or psychological challenges.
Dating can be difficult for each and every one of us at the best of time. From trying to work out what you’re going to wear and even what to say, to even trying to figure out if the other person general really likes you. Within society there are so many different ways and advice […]
Support groups for yourself and for family members and therapies. All these reasons are why it’s so important to find local resources.
What do you think is a good time frame to tell the person your dating?
If you have a loved one who lives with mental illness, I have some advice for you