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Lack Of A Support System

My therapist appointment didn’t go well. I called my clinic for help the other day, and I was met with having to sign a consent form to make sure I took my medications. 268 more words

Mental Health

Mastering ADHD for adults - Dr Hallowell's Game-changing Workshop in London on 30 September

Anyone who has been touched by ADHD considers US-based Dr Hallowell as something of a guru. And, on the eve of ADHD Awareness month, the Crossley Family managed to persuade him across the pond to talk to those affected by ADHD in the UK. 705 more words

ADHD

The Mind is a Crazy Thing

I’ve been having one of those days. I’m tired I guess and it feels like I am all over the place. I know the swings come in larger periods of time. 370 more words

Bipolar

Denial....well, sort of

I think I am currently going back and forth between denial and just wanting to hurry up and get to the point. I have an appointment on Thursday to hopefully start some therapy and get on some medication soon. 727 more words

Bipolar

The roots of illiteracy in working memory

Working memory in children is linked strongly to reading and academic achievement, a new study from the University of Luxembourg and partner Universities from Brazil* has shown. 293 more words

Child And Adolescent Psychiatrist

Taste metaphors emotionally engage the brain

So accustomed are we to metaphors related to taste that when we hear a kind smile described as “sweet,” or a resentful comment as “bitter,” we most likely don’t even think of those words as metaphors. 990 more words

Child And Adolescent Psychiatrist

Making amends gives us moral permission to forgive ourselves

Research published inĀ The Journal of Positive Psychologyclaims that it is easier to forgive ourselves for hurting another person if we first make amends, “or give our inner selves a ‘moral OK.'” 597 more words

Child And Adolescent Psychiatrist