Mood Disorder NOS is a general term for any mood disorder that isn’t included under its own term in the DSM-IV.

What is Mood Disorder NOS?

The Science of Health - "Research has demonstrated that an imbalance in brain chemicals can contribute to the development of some mental disorders. It’s suspected that this chemical imbalance impedes the ability of the brain to send messages in between

The word does sound very scary, but if you go on a get to know about the medical condition you’ll realise that it’s not a complication condition and can be dealt with in a proper manner. The mental condition is as common as 1 in 100 people. Read up about Schizophrenia and help a dear one out. Infographic by – Rethink Mental Illness

What Do You Know About Schizophrenia

Rethink Mental Illness Infographic - share so people understand schizophrenia. This makes me think of all my sick patients at work who are mistreated and misunderstood. Praying for them.

This is a quick video of how stigma can be attached to many mental disorders. Stigma plays a role in your life without you to even realize. In this video, it will help you understand what stigma is, how it may affect you and ways you can decrease it.

This is a quick video of how STIGMA can be attached to many mental disorders. Stigma plays a role in your life without you realizing it. In this video, it will help you understand what stigma is, how it may affect you and ways you can decrease it.

Mental illness is often thought of only as an adult concern. But about half of mental illnesses begin to reveal themselves in childhood. What is the state of children’s mental health and how is it different from that of adults?

Young People and Mental Health

Mental illness is often thought of only as an adult concern. But about half of mental illnesses begin to reveal themselves in childhood. What is the state children’s mental health and how is it different from that of adults?

The majority of girls i have dated have been like this.   And ive never regretted a second.  Its worth it. Its hard watching someone in pain and not being able to help.  But its worth it if you love them. I myself am like this as well (which im assuming is why i get left all the time. Ive never been given a direct reason) But loving a person with a mental disorder is not a problem.

Oddly enough, dating and eventually marrying someone else with their own slurry of mental issues worked out pretty well! I'm like his backup memory and he is the only thing stopping me from snapping

Many people suffer from mental illness. It is fairly common however there are still a lot of myths related to mental illness.  This infographic can give you a good view on some myths and facts.

I hate when people say there mood is so bipolar. You have no idea what you are talking about. It is a chronic mental illness that is beyond difficult to deal with at times! ~ Bipolar & all mental illnesses are not anyone's fault. They cannot control it.

When we struggle with a mental illness, we often want to change what’s going on in our brain right now. But that’s not possible. The only thing to do is to accept what your brain is throwing at you and learn from it. But what is possible, is taking actions today that are going to make your brain better able to make healthy decisions in the future.

When we struggle with a mental illness, we often want to change what’s going on in our brain right now. Accept your brain, learn from it and take actions today that are going to make your brain better able to make healthy decisions in the future.

Quote on mental health: Mental illness is the only disease that can make you deny its own existence. Certainly the idea that the brain can deny its own illness is a frightening thought. -Natasha Tracy.  www.HealthyPlace.com

Quote on mental health: Mental illness is the only disease that can make you deny its own existence. Certainly the idea that the brain can deny its own illness is a frightening thought. -Natasha Tracy - denial and Dissociative Identity Disorder

Good overview/visual of OCD Wow. It's interesting to see this in writing. Almost 20 years of this.

OCD, an acronym for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, refers to a mental health condition that affects one in 100 children worldwide. It is characterised by recurrent, unwanted thoughts which lead to anxieties manifesting as repetitive behaviours.

I've never drank alcohol, nor will I ever, because I've seen what it does to people, but most others are accurate.

Everyone can do a better job of looking and listening for the signs. Even as a sufferer, I still have an obligation to help those who also suffer

Refuse to be silent - it's time to talk. Stigma is defined as "a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person." The stigma associated with mental illness is that it is difficult to know what to say. Practice. Yes, practice saying the truth to yourself & then it will come easier when the opportunity arises to share a bit of information about your mental illness

Exposing the facts surrounding mental illnesses if you suffer from it yourself is the best factual knowledge cones from first hand experience not a text book

Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. Neither is talking about it.

it's frustrating when people don't know how to respond and you have to pander a little. but it's still better than keeping mum.

An Infographic to Help You Understand Schizophrenia

An Infographic to Help You Understand Schizophrenia

People may have a predetermined opinion about schizophrenia without fully understanding it. This infographic hopes to change that.

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