Mental Health / Psychology

Mood disorders, thought disorders, personality disorders, depression, anxiety, psychosis, paranoia, delusions, hallucinations, trauma, dissociation, etc.

The Problems with ADHD

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The Problems with ADHD

ADHD is characterized by symptoms of being easily distracted, restlessness, always moving and cannot stay still, as well as talking excessively. However, it is not nearly as common as it should be due to a misdiagnosis, environmental factors, and medical science deeming everything as a mental disorder. In those cases, we need to look much harder for what is causing…read more

How to Tell if You Have Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) / Multiple Personality Disorder

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How to Tell if You Have Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) / Multiple Personality Disorder

While DID and severe dissociation and distinction between alter personality states is uncommon, subpersonalities are part of all of us on a milder scale. If you are struggling with coping with past abuse and your mind has dissociated to protect you from knowing the truth, know that it’s not impossible to overcome this challenge. — Do you have dissociative identity…read more

Why Controversial Topics are Difficult to Discuss | How to Open Up and Talk About Your Beliefs

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Why Controversial Topics are Difficult to Discuss | How to Open Up and Talk About Your Beliefs

Controversial topics are difficult to discuss as they tend to be things that are very passionate to people and they have a very strong opinions on. By getting educated and listening to both side that agree and disagree with our beliefs, as well as having a mature debate, you can step up for what you believe in. — Introduction Do…read more

Regret & Guilt | How to Learn from It

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Regret & Guilt | How to Learn from It

We often feel regret and guilt because we have done things we know we shouldn’t do. Right and wrong are social constructs. In order to learn from regret comes down to learning from our mistakes and applying those lessons learned to our everyday life, and even teaching others what you have learned to overcome the problems. — Introduction Do you…read more

Cognitive Dissonance & Confirmation Bias | Accepting New Ideas

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Cognitive Dissonance & Confirmation Bias | Accepting New Ideas

Cognitive dissonance and confirmation bias are simply a means of not being able to accept, or even listen to, opposing views. We will do anything we can to disprove, discredit, and deny the new information. But, we need to learn to accept new ideas and listen to people with conflicting beliefs so we can understand where they are coming from…read more

Taking Offense & Political Correctness

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Taking Offense & Political Correctness

Taking offense is a personal problem and can only be resolved within ourselves. Learning to not take criticism personally and acknowledge and embracing the differences we all have with how we look, think, and behave is how to handle offense being given to us. Furthermore, to express ourselves and our ideas to the fullest, we have to realize that we…read more

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