Getting a group of teenagers in the same room at the same time to discuss their feelings and resolve their problems. Well, that sounds like a pretty big goal. To some, it may even sound impossible. Similar to any other type of counseling, there are pros and cons to teenage group therapy.
You spend a lot of time working and give your time and efforts to help others. What do you do for yourself? The answer to this question can influence your mental health. Having a hobby has been shown to improve mental health. Examples of hobbies includes acrobats, geology, cliff diving and making pottery. Other examples of hobbies are yoga, ballroom dancing, mountaineering or writing.
You are busy. You fix breakfast, go to work most of the day and run errands. You get home only to fix supper, complete chores and prepare for the next day. In between all of that you take care of family and friends. So, when do you make time for yourself? How do you find the time to love yourself?
Healing from a mental health disorder takes work. Many techniques, from traditional to alternative, are used to help you cope with your symptoms. There is technique proving to be beneficial in treating mental illness. It is called Neurofeedback Therapy.
Change. A small word with a lot of power. Change can be defined as anything that causes you to modify some part of your life. Your residence, your job, your relationship status, or a death in the family are all examples of change causing agents.
When you love someone, you want to make them happy. You do things that you know will make them happy. You cook their favorite meals, participate in activities they enjoy, and hang around their friends. Whatever their need, you try to meet it.
If you have a teenager, then you know they can go through emotional ups and downs. Their hormones are fluctuating, as well as their friendships. Hormones affect the brain, the body and emotions. Teens are trying to cope with extra-curricular activities, academic responsibilities and for many, job duties. Teens are stressed out!
You are getting married. Congratulations! This is one of the most exciting times of your life. You are happier than you have ever been. As a couple, you and your fiancé are a perfect match. You rarely have an argument. You are making fun memories. You cannot wait to start your life together.
There is an age-old saying regarding relationships and avoiding the long-term backlash of a terrible fight – and that is to never go to bed angry. The advice is pretty simple but in itself in encompasses several different tips couples should generally employ for the sake of diplomacy.
Both self-harm and suicide involves emotional pain and the efforts a person makes, to get rid of that pain.It is the intention behind the acts that matters most, however. Does the person want to end his or her life? Is it to release emotions? Is it to stop anxiety or escape debilitating mental health issues?
Throughout your life you will have moments of great happiness and moments of great unhappiness. Most of your time may be somewhere in the middle. Unfortunately, there may be periods where you seem to feel sad or depressed for a lot longer than usual. You may even start to wonder if you are just sad or if you have a mental health disorder such as depression.
Something negative happened to you in your childhood. You stole candy from your neighbor’s house when you were ten years old. It would be horrible if you had to live the rest of your life being called and thought of as a thief.
People often hear about how relationships are destroyed by a lack of communication. When the honeymoon period ends and two people go from being romantic explorers to becoming partners in each other’s lives, the need for clear communication becomes more apparent – a couple that cannot express its problems and individual needs without turning to arguments and anger won’t last long.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, one in five teens is living with a mental illness. Being a teenager is stressful. Teenagers have stress from areas including classroom, extra-curricular, peers, chores, work, and even parents.
Talking about your own mental illness is much easier than talking about your child’s. Parents would much rather have any type of problem rather than have their child suffer. Telling your child they have a mental health disorder can be difficult and provoke anxiety.
Many people have parents or ancestors with mental health disorders. That means they may have some genetics within them that could lead to similar mental health disorders. Just because they have the genetics, however, does not mean they will automatically develop a mental health problem.
Music has been related to moods since well, the beginning of music. You just got your heart broken and what do you do? Listen to sad love songs and pine away for the one you love. You need a little pep in your step at work, turn on some rock and roll and before you know it you are singing and smiling and working. Music is written with emotion and with the intent to make you feel that emotion. Music is wonderful and extremely therapeutic.
Genetics play a key role in the field of mental health. Genetics sometimes is confused with heredity. When you hear someone talking about inheriting something from their parents or ancestors, you automatically connect that with genetics and heredity. While the two are intertwined, there is a notable difference between them. Understanding this difference is essential when examining the role of genetics in mental health.
When you say your vows and you get to the part about “in sickness and in health”, you are mostly likely thinking about physical health. You vow to take care of your spouse if they have the flu, a broken bone or even diseases that can be terminal. It may not be too often that you think of sickness as a mental health disorder and that the “in sickness” could mean the state of your marriage. Yes, a marriage can suffer problems and be considered unhealthy.