Relationships are not easy. They take a lot of work from both people in the relationship. No one knows if a relationship will work out. There is no way to define the success the relationship may have. What people prioritize, within a relationship, depends on the persons values, and where they live. Here are 5 main reasons why relationships usually fail.
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.
Finding the right therapist for yourself is extremely important for any type of recovery. Searching for a therapist should take some time. It should be known that it is okay to switch therapists until you find the right one for you. The first therapist you meet may not always be the right one for you. Here are some questions you should not e afraid to ask your therapist.
When a person's mind is full of negativity, they may not see the world accurately. They might have a negative view of themselves, others, and life in general. However, that person comes to recognize that those negative thoughts and beliefs are not true and learns to change them, they can simultaneously learn to change their perspective. Their view of the world might get a little rosier, lighter, and happier.
There’s a quote by the famous artist Andy Warhol. He said, “They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” And this is true – especially with the changes that are required in recovery from addiction. Any significant life change requires individual effort. If you want to transform your life from unmanageable to manageable, from chaotic to peaceful, from unbalanced to healthy, there are some things you’ll have to do differently.
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.
Anxiety and depression are know to go hand in hand. If someone has one of the mental illness, they are likely to have the other as well. Anxiety and depression can make life very difficult for an individual. However, with the right help, people with anxiety and depression can live a fairly normal life. The types of help available is medication and therapy. Some people even turn to spirituality for help with anxiety and depression. Barbara Markway Ph.D., a contributor writer for Psychology Today, says there are 4 ways that spirituality can help someone with anxiety and depression.
Our psychological habits come from out personalities and emotional make-ups. Our psychological habits included things such as: how we interpret events, thoughts that run through our head, and how we think the world works. There are some psychological habits that can cause us to become bitter over time.
Stress is one of the leading contributors to many illnesses, including heart disease, asthma, and diabetes. And without knowing how to cope with stress, including overwhelming emotions, some men and women have turned to drugs and alcohol. In that way, stress can contribute to addiction too. There's no question that stress is often part of one's day. To help manage and cope with stress in a healthy way, it's important to practice daily stress relieving activities.
Dealing with emotional pain on own is very difficult. When there is emotional pain the help of friends and family is needed. However, some friends and family may not know exactly how to help a loved one with emotional pain. Dr. Sandra Hamilton, a contributor writer for the Huffington Post, has some helpful tips to help someone who is in emotional pain.