Tag: Mental health problems

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All or Nothing Thinking

All or Nothing Thinking ‘All or nothing’ thinking is common among people who experience personality disorders (Oshio, 2012, p. 424) and many other mental health problems. There would be no doubt you would have heard somebody say “I have always been terrible at this”, or “I am always right about these types of things” or …

Positive Psychology

Positive Psychology   VIA Manual; Positives : “Mental disorders, illness, stress, anxiety, suicide, dysfunctional, mentally disturbed, psychopath, dangerous, harm, self-deficits”; only a few words or terms that can carry such negative stigma in general society. What about if someone thought of ideas about not necessarily ignoring these problems that so many of us face, but …

Mental illness is not your fault

Mental illness is not your fault If you have a mental health problem such as an anxiety disorder, depression, schizophrenia or bi-polar, it is not your fault. You are not to blame. There is plenty of literature around which quite clearly describe mental health problems as caused by factors such as biological, genetic and environmental …