Get a glimpse into what the mind of a person with depression and anxiety looks from a direct source. Reach out to those who are the "happy ones," because we too are suffering. This one is called, "I wish I Loved Myself," pulled from a journal post made on 12/6/2018. I wish I loved myself.… Continue reading I Wish I Loved Myself
Learn about their diagnosis. Every mental illness is different so every person needs a different approach. It can be very affirming when your loved ones take the time to learn about your diagnosis and the way in which it effects you. Having a better understanding of your loved one will help you make sense of […]… Continue reading How to help Someone with Mental Illness — The Psych Talk
Self-harm, also known as self-injury, is defined as the intentional, direct injuring of body tissue, usually done without the intent of suicide. Self harm has a stigma attached to it, with non-suffers often assuming the only reason for this behaviour is to garner ‘attention’. However, this behaviour is often routed in psychological suffering and provides […]… Continue reading Why do People Self-Harm? — The Psych Talk
If a diamond was buried in a landfill, covered in mud, and devalued by humans, it would still hold its worth and value. It may need a good polishing job, but it's identity never changes. You are like that diamond. Your identity and worth is unshakable. Your value does not change by your choices and… Continue reading You’re A Diamond, Darling.