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Mental Health Experiences

Share your mental health experiences on our board: A picture, a quote, an article, video or book. Kindly post no more than 3 or 4 at one time so that we all…
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Maladaptive daydreaming (MD) is extensive fantasy activity that replaces human interaction and/or interferes with academic, interpersonal, or vocational functioning. - Eli Somer (2002)

Maladaptive daydreaming

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Mental Health Awareness Sticker If You Cant Make Your Own | Etsy


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Discover the transformative power of daily meditations for women in the practice of recovery with She Recovers Every Day Meditations for Women. Join Dawn Nickel, the inspiring founder of She Recovers, as she guides you on a journey towards sobriety and self-discovery. Whether you're starting your alcohol-free journey or seeking support in maintaining your recovery, this book is your trusted companion.

Self care

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NARCs are often "attention whores". Funny, it could be their best quality…

2022 State of Mental Health in America

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Lack Of0000p Motivation

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Similarities and differences between Maladaptive Daydreaming and Dissociative Identity Disorder
Similarities and differences between Maladaptive Daydreaming and Dissociative Identity Disorder
Do you daydream, and could your daydreaming be problematic? Free online questionnaire for Maladaptive Daydreaming - compare your score to typical scores for maladaptive daydreamers. Try it today! No registration needed.


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Adhd facts

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Meditation scripts

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One-sided relationships need to be identified so you can decide how to take care of yourself. Healthy relationships are mutually supportive and respectful of both people's needs. Learn if your relationship is one-sided plus a bonus tip on what YOU can do to fix it. #codependency #relationshipadvice #relationships

Codependency recovery

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Dialectical behavior therapy

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We often simplify complex problems so we can solve them quickly. There are a lot of reasons that we take “mental shortcuts” when making decisions or judgments, which are called cognitive biases. These quick mental processes have to do with relating the problem at hand to past experiences or making sweeping generalizations. In this article, we are going to define cognitive biases and then look at 15 examples of common biases that many people hold onto that can cloud rational thinking.


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Like many people, I save and collect various items (in my case, records and CDs). Collecting is a natural human activity and some evolutionary psychologists have argued that it may have had an evolutionary advantage in our past history (e.g., there may have been periods of severe deprivation where hoarding was adaptive and enhanced the…

Addictive Collecting/buying/anxiety

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Ideas of what to say to Someone who is Struggling with just About Anything (Divided by Kinds of Struggles) | Bipolar Bandit (Michelle Clark)

tools to live by

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Confused about the difference between emotions and feelings? Learn more and gain clarity with this blog post. Understand the difference and gain insight into the relationship between emotions and feelings. Get equipped with the knowledge to understand yourself and others better! #emotionalintelligence #emotions #feelings #positivepsychology #mentalhealth


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Guest Post: What My Hallucinations From Schizoaffective Disorder Feel Like by Katie Sanford | Bipolar Bandit (Michelle Clark)
Types of Schizophrenia | Bipolar Bandit (Michelle Clark)
Sons with Schizophrenia: A Tale of Three Mothers


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Healthy Routine

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Signs and symptoms of obsessive compulsive disorder. Click for more OCD info:

Obsessive compulsive disorder

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U.S. Transition to 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline Suicide Risk Assessment and Prevention

Trauma & Dissociation

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Guest Post: Interview with William L Hartwick, Author of The Invisible Backpack | Bipolar Bandit (Michelle Clark)
Regardless if you had a good, great, awesome, not-so-good, awful, or absolutely horrifying last year, there is news (be it bad or good).  Things can change and will change in the new year. Now is a…
Guest Post: Why Diagnosing Bipolar Disorder is So Tough by G. Alex Patten, MD | Bipolar Bandit (Michelle Clark)


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