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Cocaine and methamphetamine-induced paranoia

By David Joel Miller.

Stimulant-induced paranoia isn’t exactly a diagnosis.

Paranoia is common among drug users. It’s especially common among stimulant users. When crack cocaine users first began to show up in hospital emergency rooms, there was a lot of confusion between drug-induced psychosis and the onset of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. 927 more words


The Impact Of Child Abuse On Mental Health

Abuse manipulates and twists a child’s natural sense of trust and love.

Child abuse is a blight upon our society, but it’s a reality that we’re increasingly having to tackle.

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Mental Health

Keeping up Appearances !

False face must hide what the false heart doth know

The human mind is a mystery more puzzling than the Bermuda Triangle , the most notorious part of ones body .

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Don't quit your day job...unless God tells you to

by Stephanie Rochelle Redd

With trust comes knowing and not knowing.

I know in whom I trust – no doubt, that is God – but I do doubt how well the things I trust Him with will turn out. 580 more words


Oph. I have serious trust issues. I know that must be obvious….but dang, it’s ridiculous. The good news is that I slept well for 3 nights straight. 1,095 more words

Is your paranoia showing?

By David Joel Miller.

Increasing paranoia – the mental health challenge of this millennium?

The growing problem of paranoia is gone unrecognized for very long time. 1,344 more words


It's just how she's led.

This was sent to me by a friend. I don’t know the source of the quote however if you do please comment and I’ll credit accordingly. 73 more words