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I had a black dog, his name was depression

I had a black dog, his name was depression

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6 Sweet Survival Tips for Super Sensitive Souls “I have sea foam in my veins, for I understandthe language of waves.”~ Le Testament d’Orphee Like most sensitive souls, you already know you’re sensitive. You soak up others’ moods and desires like a sponge. You absorb sensation the way a paintbrush grasps each color it touches on a palette. The ethereal beauty of a dandelion, the shift of a season, the climax of a song, or the scent of a certain fragrance can sometimes move you to tears.

Caring for people with psychosis Explore the key issues related to caring for a relative with psychosis or schizophrenia, with this short, free online course. Psychosis conditions, including schizophrenia, are treatable mental health problems that can affect anyone although very few people talk about the conditions and their impact on families. Millions of people across the globe find themselves thrust unexpectedly into a role providing support and care when a relative develops psychosis. Living With A Black Dog by Matthew and Ainsley Johnstone After the success of I Had a Black Dog, Pan MacMillan Australia approached me to see if I’d be interested in doing another illustrated Black Dog book. Initially I said ‘no’ because I didn’t feel like I had another book of that nature in me. One night, however, I sat down with Ainsley (my wife) and together we started scribbling some thoughts on a book aimed at sufferers and carers. Very quickly we realized that we had a lot of fresh thoughts and that indeed this ‘woof book’ had to be given legs. Carer’s in any illness are often like a moon orbiting a dying sun; they have to keep everything going; jobs, households, children, while looking after those who suffer.

People Can Draw Energy From Other People The Same Way Plants Do A biological research team at Bielefeld University has made a groundbreaking discovery showing that plants can draw an alternative source of energy from other plants. This finding could also have a major impact on the future of bioenergy eventually providing the evidence to show that people draw energy from others in much the same way. Members of Professor Dr. Mindfulness for well-being Tired, distracted and stressed by the pace of modern life? Mindfulness might be the solution. Mindfulness is essentially about being more aware and awake in every moment of your life. 13 blunt truths to hopefully wake your ass up You ready for some motherfucking motivation? But hold up, this isn’t the kind of motivation where I spur you on with some awesome quotes or stories or whatever. In fact, these may just get you down altogether. Why? Cause these are all truth baby.

30 Traits Of An Empath – How To Know If You’re An Empath By: Christel Broederlow What is an empath? Being an empath is when you are affected by other people’s energies, and have an innate ability to intuitively feel and perceive others. Your life is unconsciously influenced by others’ desires, wishes, thoughts, and moods. Being an empath is much more than being highly sensitive and it’s not just limited to emotions. Adolescent Mental Health Services Willow Grove Adolescent Inpatient Unit and Dean Clinic Outpatient Adolescent Mental Health Service Our Service Willow Grove Adolescent Unit is a specialist mental health service for young people aged between 14-17 years. 12 ways to Just DO Good for the Joy of it “Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can.

22 Tips To Better Care for Introverts and Extroverts 2.1K Flares 2.1K Flares × Here is something that hit me recently: For a long time I had a certain idea about what makes an introvert or an extrovert. I had always thought that it works something like this: Extroversion relates to how outgoing someone isIntroversion is the same as being shy. That was kind of my general perception. The benefits of a good night's sleep "Early to bed, and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise." -- Benjamin Franklin, 1758 (in Poor Richard's Almanac) A third of our life is spent sleeping. How much sleep a person needs changes as one ages. A new mother needs seven hours of sleep per night, but her newborn baby needs 12-18 hours of sleep per night. In general, the older you get, the less sleep you need.

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