I hate it when people use mental disorders as adjectives, especially the bipolar one. My mom actually does have bipolar, we both have OCD, and I do get panic attacks.a lot. Mental disorders are not something to joke about, ever!
31 Books That Will Help You Better Understand Mental Illness And Disorders
For help understanding: Bipolar disorder, depression Dr. Jamison looks at manic-depressive illness from two sides: as one of the highest regarded authorities on it, and a person diagnosed with it; as someone who treats it, and someone who’s resisted her o
26 Pieces of Advice That Have Actually Helped People With Mental Illness
Quote from Lyss Trayers that says, "You're going to carry this illness for the rest of your life. So you can either wallow in the weight of that, or you can fight for your only life and make it a good story."
Thank you-- These are Real Brain Problems. people that don't struggle with these issues don't understand. This compilation of brain scans of patients diagnosed with various psychological problems are compared with those who don't
It's a reminder to me that I'm okay. I have depression, Social Anxiety, and ADHD. A Mental Illness is a chemical imbalance in the brain. It's just chemicals. So, I want this tattoo to remind me to "Just breathe" and remember I'm okay.
Bulletin Board- Mental Health is such an important part of life and especially a college students life. If we talk about it more we can help end the stigma and help more people get help.
Self-esteem can be a slippery concept. It's hard to quantify just how we feel about ourselves and our self-worth, but low self-esteem is definitively linked to mental illness and negative health; the …