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Therapy session one

Walking into the room it seemed small and dingy but then sitting at the window I spotted the sea in the near distance this made it easier to start talking I focused on the sea and I started to open up. 277 more words

Me, myself and my OCD!

This is a chance for me to write about my experiences in life and to try and find a way of dealing with them. You see I have obsessive compulsive disorder and have been living with it since I was three years old…although it wasn’t until this year (currently twenty four) that I finally sought help. 148 more words

How to make lasting lifestyle changes.

The one thing I’ve learned from my own experience is that the only way you’re likely to see long-term changes to your (physical and mental) health and wellbeing, is to plan and make changes incrementally. 1,211 more words

Health And Wellbeing

Cry Me A River

Over the past few years, I’ve become much more skilled at controlling my emotional variability. I can see the progress. I deal with anger more effectively, recognizing its seeds before it becomes the same rage that my mother had, the one she used to vent on my sister and me with beatings, paddles, and bruises. 1,079 more words

#Anxiety – what is it and how do I make it go away? Part 5

Have you noticed the sorts of thoughts you experience when you are particularly stressed or anxious? We all have unhelpful thoughts but when you are feeling anxious or worried these thoughts seem to occur much more often. 863 more words

Why Cognitive Behaviour Therapy works

It is
– concerned with the relationship between what we think, how we feel, and what we do.
– we know that there are certain ways of thinking are associated with strong, unpleasant ways of feeling, and are associated with particular emotional disorders; & these thoughts and feelings are associated with particular behaviours (impulsiveness, aggression, inappropriate, avoidance, social withdrawal) 120 more words

Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Combat Bullying

Bullying is used to take back power and control. Children without solid family structures at home (bullies and their victims) often have low self-esteem. They think their family situation is their fault. 189 more words

Psychology