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How to declutter your mind when you have Attention Deficit Disorder, anxiety, or just a bad case of life.
If you see me for therapy, you know that I am a huge fan of the Bullet Journal system. Bullet Journal is a method for keeping on task and decreasing the clutter in your mind – and the anxiety that … Continue reading
So the real issue is this, folks. Today is a new day. What would be a more efficient way to think about whatever is troubling you?
Hey. You. You are worthless. You can’t accomplish anything. Nobody wants you. You have nothing to offer anyone. Have you ever had these thoughts? Everyone does at some point in their lives. For people who come to see me for … Continue reading
The videos mentioned in this article may be helpful not just for people who experience schizophrenia, but for those who experience psychosis in various forms. They may also help family members understand as well. http://ift.tt/1trNL2G [green_message]Source: http://ift.tt/1trNL2G [/green_message] Follow me … Continue reading
I work in Delaware County, PA, which is currently in the midst of a severe opiate addiction, as it is on the heroin and opiate pipeline between Philadelphia, Chester, Wilmington, and Baltimore. I can’t tell you how many clients I … Continue reading
A lecturer, when explaining stress management to a class, raised a glass of water and asked, “how heavy is this glass of water?” Answers called out ranged from 20g to 500g. The lecturer replied, “The absolute weight doesn’t matter. It … Continue reading
Anxiety oftentimes comes from procrastination. Sometimes it is hard to deal with anxiety by just changing thoughts alone. Sometimes the best way is to act on the required behavior and suspend judgment about the feelings and thoughts that come from … Continue reading
Having worked with people with schizophrenia, psychotic depression, psychotic bipolar, and dissociative disorders that often have auditory hallucinations as part of the package, I can understand this experience. Listen to the whole thing (this has the simulator running throughout the … Continue reading
The term “Black Dog” was coined by Winston Churchill. And we know how his life turned out while having a black dog. If you have an unruly black dog, it’s time to bring it to obedience training. [green_message]Source: http://youtu.be/XiCrniLQGYc [/green_message] … Continue reading