I find that one of the worst things that go along with mental health, is the continual poking and prodding until you have been diagnosed. Often times in the beginning stages of our disease, we are handed a different pill bottle every few months and told to monitor our progress, waiting for the solution … Continue reading Psychology Research Troubles
Have you ever stared onto your computer, absolutely nothing appealing to you? Your favorite game is drab at the moment, you don't really care about social media anymore. You want to listen to music, but your favorite songs just don't make you feel the way they used to. They aren't fun or exciting. Do … Continue reading Brain Chemistry and Your Feelings: Dopamine Dopamine, Where Art Thou Dopamine?
What a wonderful cycle we find ourselves in when it comes to our mental health world. Unbalanced brain begets unbalanced brain. Unhealthy coping mechanisms beget unhealthy coping mechanisms. Parents with mental illness have to put themselves under a bigger magnifying glass than other parents, because they just don't live in the reality of everyone else. … Continue reading Mental Health Starts at Home: How To Break The Cycle