When most people think of mental illness there is a stigma that comes with the term. Most people have negative "thoughts" about it. There are so many stereotypes out there about people who suffer from a mental illness. Lindsay Holmes, a contributor writer for the Huffington Post, has put together a few stats that prove that mental illness is not just a personal issue but it is an issue for everyone.
Being a parent is no easy task, but being a parent of a child who has a mental illness can be even more difficult. Taking care a child with a mental illness can be a lot of work and extremely stressful. When taking care of a child with a mental illness it is important that the parents also remembers to take care of themselves as well. Here are so self-care tip for parents of children with mental illness.
Mental illness is a topic that a lot of people don't know a lot about. There is a stigma on mental illness, and people develop their views of mental illness based on that. A common mental health stigma is that it's all in the person's head, and if that it's all mind over matter. For some people this may be the case. However, for most people dealing with mental illness this is not the case. Lindsay Holmes, a contributor writer for the Huffington Post, has a list of some scientific studies, that suggest mental illnesses are a biological, physical condition.
We as humans, have so many thoughts per day, and these thoughts contribute to our emotional state. Theses thoughts can also affect our daily behavior. Our brains are very powerful, and can control how we are feeling. There comes a point where we have to learn how to control our brains so we don't overthink everything, and so our thoughts aren't affecting us negatively. However, this is much easier said than done. Amy Morin, a contributor writer for Psychology Today says, "Everyone experience unhelpful, unrealistic, and exaggeratedly negative thoughts at on time or another." Morin also notes 6 mental habits that can limit your success.
Our brains are a very powerful organ in our body. It controls everything that we do. Sometimes it might feel like our brain has a little too much control. There are time where we have to learn how to have more control over our brains. Ayodeji Awosika, a contributor writer for the Huffington Post, says there are some changes you can make in mindset that can help change your quality of life.
Sometimes, when you’re down in the dumps it’s hard to take good care of yourself. It’s hard to feel inspired to support your wellness, including your mental health and psychological health. When you’re not feeling happy with your life, it can be hard to get up and do something positive for yourself. This article will provide you with 5 ways to move past what’s keeping you down in the dumps in order to take care of your psychological well being.
We all have those times in our lives where we feel like we are stuck in a rut. When we are going through something like this, it sometimes can feel like we may never get out of it and get back to our normal selves. However there are some things you can do that take little effort to make your life better.
Those who suffer from a mental illness have been stigmatized for years. Luckily, as we are about to enter 2016, people are learning more about mental illnesses and learning to say goodbye to the stereotypes of those with a mental illness. Rachel Griffin, a contributor writer for the Huffington Post, says there are 9 main reasons we all need to stop putting a stigma on those with a mental illness.
When a new year rolls around most people's resolutions are revolved around their physical health. Although physical health is really important, it is also important to to take a look at our mental health. Even if you don't suffer from a mental illness/disorder, it is important to focus on your mental well-being. Here are some tips on how to improve your mental health in 2016.
While attending college many students go through a lot of different changes. These changes along with the pressure of classes and studying, can bring on a lot stress in a student's life. Especially for freshman, moving away from home into a dorm and meeting new classmates there is some anxiety that can come with that. Mental health has always been something a lot of people tend to avoid talking about. According to Jeffery Lieberman M.D., a contributor writer for Psychology Today, says, "The college years and experience closely coincide with the onset of many mental disorders in young people." Because of this, it is extremely important for universities to improve student mental health care.