Mental illness affects everyone.
It’s not always apparent that someone is suffering. Many people are highly functioning and seeking treatment while succeeding in their every day lives.
While many of us struggle with illness in silence, healing requires a systematic approach. It entails compassion and a decision to love rather than continue to radiate fear.
I hope that as mental health awareness month comes to a close this May, we all do our part to make an effort to slough away judgment, open our heart to understanding and courageously share our fears, uncertainties and the truth about our own struggles with mental illness.
6 Ways to Spot a Narcissist from Day 1
(Knotted) – See if you’re a magnet for narcissists and then see if you’ve attracted one.
It’s Official: Compulsive Sexual Behavior (Sex Addiction) Gets a Diagnosis
(Sex & Intimacy in the Digital Age) – The ICD or International Classification of Diseases (the ICD-11) comes out this year and here’s why that’s important.
8 Important Truths About Grief
(Sorting Out Your Life) – If you’re grieving and wonder if what you’re experiencing is normal, you need to read this.
6 Signs of Trustworthy vs. Untrustworthy Partners
(NLP Discoveries) – How can you tell if someone is worthy of your trust? This will save you from unnecessary heartache.
7 Kinds of Crying and What They Mean
(Psychoanalysis Now) – From duration and length to type, here’s all the things you didn’t know about crying.