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Suicide: it's a lousy idea.
CLICK HERE and then scroll down to see a directory of known warmlines around the US.
Missouri Warmline 800 374-2138 9a-7pm
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The Song of the Child
Is there something Wrong with You?
Lots of people worry excessively when they have problems coping with life...or wondering iff they're really a serious mental case.
Some worry might lead a reasonable person to look into it---yet not get too preoccupied with self-diagnosis-- for that too can cause too much worry. You or those close to you may have no real issues, or just a few, or some problems that need some professional help to solve. Lets take a quick look for starters.
When we think of post-traumatic stress disorder, we usually think of soldiers who have come back from war. But PTSD can occur in anyone including young people who have been exposed to Traumatic events such as car accidents, violence--at home or in a public place--or savage weather. Click here for more on PTSD from WebMD.
Trauma and Disaster Help
Connecting with Others
--Getting helpful support
--Giving helpful support
DBT: Living Mindfully!
Millions practice "Dialectic Behavior Therapy" (DBT) to think and get along better.
Learn here about finding a BALANCE between thinking and deciding things based on emotions or logic. DBT uses very popular calming methods to regain control of yourself with soothing mental exercises recommended by many professionals. Learn to CHILL. Control your wilder thoughts.
Click HERE to gain a WISER MIND by finding balance between being Emotionally or Logically driven!
4 Ways to Make Small Talk
Likability is a Skill Set to Learn
Managing Your Stress & Anxiety
Do you feel a great deal of stress and anxiety? It can happen to all of us once in awhile but it's not normal if it overtakes you so you often can't sleep, can't think, can't chill out! There are ways YOU can do to lessen its effects if you feel it's out of control. Here are some:
Click here to reduce your stress and anxiety.
The long Vegus nerve in your body is said to affect stress and anxiety. The Vegus (pronounced "VAY-gus, like Las Vegas) " is known to reduce stress when stimulated. It CHILLS YOU OUT --literally cools you down when you're just too uptight. You can take steps to stimulate it into soothing you. Take a cold shower, go outside where it's cool for a little while. And more. Read more on this from Psychology Spot.
The Vegus nerve, when activated, shuts down anxiety levels and calms people. Psychologists hope you'll develop Vegul tone in your life using several methods.
1. Cold therapy to 'chill' oneself. Use ice packs to stop panic attacks. Shower in cool water for a minute to literally chill out your body. Or even go outside in the cold to shut down anxiety.
2. Vibration of the vocal cords are found to stimulate the nerve -- best done by humming, chanting or singing in lower tones. Meditation or lullabies are in the lower sound range and when you feel anxiety and stress, you'll find it helpful to sing or hum to yourself to help you relax.
STRESS MANAGEMENT EXAMPLE: Could it be that kidnapped black slaves learned how to use the Vegus nerve to calm their fears during their weeks on 1700s sailing ships?
College Bound Help for students with anxiety, depression or mental health disorders including eating disorders, Autism Spectrum, Bipolar, Substance issues and more.
Listen, feel it, and be "Amazed!"
When to seek counseling
Click here for advice from Phoenix Mens Counseling.
or "Everyone"? Maybe you should change that. Click here.
Here are links to various other nationally recognized mental health resources. They feature articles, ideas, treatments and discussion for regular folks and also the counselors who help them. You may want to browse some and if you like a few pages, click the small star on your browser to 'save' those links to return to them later.
A you a controlling person of everyone around you, or do you live or work with someone like that? Narcissism is very common--nearly 1 in 5 or 6 people show some signs of it and some who have a serious case can be impossible to be around. President Trump is one. Read this letter from a woman to her father to learn how to deal with them!
Mental Health Conditions
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LGBTQ Finding Support
Family Members and Caregivers
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Veterans and Active Duty
AfroAmericans and Latinos
Learning and Presentations
The Coffee table Pop Psychology Magazine
General info, directory, condition descriptions, like depression, Alzheimer's, explaining death to kids, personalities, anxiety, many more.
Definition of Narcissism
20% of have Trump's illness
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Find a Support Group (Pick a city) Couples, womens, mens, transitions, youth independence, OCD, Aspergers, social anxiety, kid's play therapy, DBT skills, more.Video: Signs of Co-dependence
Talk to Your Kids They Listen!
Most of us agree that when it comes to raising kids, it's better to raise 'em right the first time than try to fix them later.
Click HERE to learn more about raising kids the right way or wrong way.
More here about parenting, kid roles in dysfunctional families, autism, milestones, child health, spanking, abuse.
Video: Dangers of childhood trauma
Autism in Kids - Catch it EARLY
Doctors say the sooner you catch your toddler showing autistic signs, get them evaluated because the sooner they get into treatment, the better it will go for them.
One in 40-68 kids has Autism!
There are early signs when you should have your child evaluated quickly--delays in talking, anti social behavior. Fidgeting and more. Read about it and PTSD, ADHD, ADD, and more.
Adults have Autism too.
Some people cover up systems, others struggle-- but it's not a 'childhood' mental condition.
Online Safety tips for People on the Autism Spectrum
While these tips were written for individuals with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), they are helpful for anyone interested in internet safety.
Bright, but not so social?Aspie!
Autism Relaxation. Click it:
Soothing Audio Visual stream
Toxic relationships include relationships with toxic parents. Typically, they do not treat their children with respect as individuals. They won’t compromise, take responsibility for their behavior, or apologize. Often these parents have a mental disorder or have a serious addiction. We all live with the consequences of poor parenting. CLICK HERE.
Addictions can destroy families and kids, leaving scars on spouses, children and even grandchildren. You must critically fix them, not just for yourself but for them. Click for great ideas.
Time to have a frank talk about sex, and sexual diseases.
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And once fulfilled, mankind seeks to better himself. Maslow's writings, nearly a hundred years ago, now are still studied by the psychiatric community.
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