Category Archives: Mental Health

The Winter Soldier — bpnurse

Sorry I’ve been MIA lately. It’s winter and I’m in my customary funk, not really depressed but definitely not my usual shining self (haha). I just had my birthday; I’m 61 and astonished that I’ve made it to this age. … Continue reading

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An accurate depiction of mental illness. — #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS

Just because everything looks perfect from the outside doesn’t mean that it is on the inside. via An accurate depiction of mental illness. — #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS. Pretty powerful depiction for so few words.

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Dealing With Other People’s Anger — Bipolar Me

Before I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 and anxiety, I thought I was just a wimp. Anger – anyone’s anger – frightened me, even if it was not directed at me. I spent a lot of time cringing, until it … Continue reading

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Tips For Maintaining Your Mental Health While On Vacation — Love, Geeky Girl

By: Dani Kessel Many people rarely go on vacation, so they constantly expend energy and keep on the move to enjoy it to the fullest. They plan every second of every minute of every day. This drive can be great … Continue reading

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A Poem: Alone — bella’s babbles

This was written a little less than two months ago during a bout with depression. I reached out for help once identifying that much to my surprise depression had crept in once again. I received help and am not feeling … Continue reading

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Observations from a Middle-Georgia Pastorate: Adventures In History, or “Break’n the Law” — The Recovering Legalist

Learning the History One of the activities that occupies my time is learning the history of the area where I pastor. Believe me, there’s more than enough to keep one learning for a long, long time. But learning local history … Continue reading

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Please Check In on Family and Friends Who May Be Hurting Or Alone During the Holidays – December 23, 2019

My sister is having her first Christmas without her husband. He died last month. She has two daughters, four grandchildren, and our two brothers nearby as well as other friends and family. I had two friends who lost family members … Continue reading

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Stop Using Mental Illnesses As An Excuse To Be Lazy — lifesfinewhine

So the other day I heard some girls in my seminar talking. One was complaining about how she never comes to lecture because she’s too lazy to and how she wants the notes though and she was trying to figure … Continue reading

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Protecting your mental health during this Christmas season. — Abbey’s Chronicles

Ladies and gentlemen, the Christmas period is upon us yet again. For most people this is a season of love and celebration- it’s one filled with eating, drinking, partying and spending quality time with loved ones . But for some … Continue reading

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Therapy: The Good, The Bad and The Really, Really Bad — The Moody Mom

First, let’s define psychotherapy (aka therapy). Then I will share some therapy horror stories. Therapy involves evaluating your thoughts and behaviors, identifying stresses that contribute to your condition, and working to modify both. via Therapy: The Good, The Bad and The … Continue reading

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