Author: MARINDA

You’ll be cheating yourself if you only use your emotions to judge, because they’re driven by the false alarm part. You’ll need good old-fashioned reason. If you are not actually in measurable, imminent danger and threat of harm to your person, you’re at the wrong end! Don’t forget, even getting out …

The following factors have been found to be related to the presence of suicidal behaviour. No single risk factor can be used to fully assess risk. 􀀀 Threats to hurt or kill self 􀀀 Previous suicide attempts 􀀀 Searching for means of suicide (pills, weapons, or other methods) 􀀀 Preoccupation with death …

  Depression consist of the following symptoms : loss of energy, loss of activities and in life, sadness, loss of appetite and weight, difficulty concentrating, feeling hopeless, social withdrawal, irritability and suicidal thoughts. Clinical Depression varies from mild, moderate or severe. WHA …

Tell yourself you are having a flashback and that this is okay and very normal in people who have experienced trauma. Remind yourself that the worst is over – it happened in the past, but it is not happening now. “That was then, and this is now”. The „child‟ or traumatised person inside you is givin …

ANXIETY : Self help How to worry constructively About 39% of the things you worry about never actually come to pass. An additional 32% of the things you worry about have already happened. A further 21% of your worries are over insignificant trivialities. That leaves 9% for important matters where yo …

After the devastating discovery that your partner has been cheating on you, it can sometimes feel as if it isn’t worth the effort it’s going to take to rebuild your marriage. Sometimes you wonder whether you’d be better off cutting your losses and ending the marriage now. Unfortunately, there is bou …

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