Writing about all matters of the mind, narcissism, personality disorders, parenting, writing, naturopathy, nutrition, and hopefully chapters from fantasy books I'll one day write.
3 Signs You’ve Met A Relationship Junkie.
Most of us know someone who has gone through way too many partners. We know that person has issues, but we politely smile and congratulate them or openly point out their issues, depending on our relationship with ourselves and that person.
How Psychological Abuse Contributes To Your Toxic Load.
“ … in order to thrive we must receive the raw materials that we need to carry out our biological processes and we must stay away from influences that are harmful and which impair our machine from functioning normally.” — Stephen J. Genuis & colleagues.
7 Tricks To Staying Calm In Disputes.
Conflict in your personal or work life can have its benefits if challenges are overcome and solutions are found. When all parties in a dispute remain calm, everybody has a clearer focus to help build fair and positive resolutions.
When Parents Don't Turn Up To Supervised Visits.
When the Family Court orders tax-payer funded court-supervised visits, they anticipate the parent will turn up and show up as the parent they presented themselves to be in court. From experience, they know that many do not turn up.
How Your Sense of Humour Affects Your Mental Health.
Studies show that certain styles of humour can suggest our risk of depression through cognitive distortions. Cognitive distortions are negative thought patterns that often lead to depression and dysphoria (the opposite of euphoria).
Feeling Spiritually Full But Emotionally Empty?
Today, it is well understood that taking care of our spiritual health is good for our mental, physical, and social health. We take better care of ourselves and others with our heart, mind, and soul working well together.
Put Your Phone Down For Your Child's Emotional Development.
I can not take anyone who zombies out on their phone seriously and won’t bother blessing a person with my presence, let alone my words, if they’re not mature enough to look me in the eye and away from their phone during a conversation.
Six Lifestyle Changes for Coping With Depression & Anxiety.
When symptoms of depression or anxiety become too much, we visit a doctor. A general practitioner may make general health and lifestyle suggestions, though rarely dig deeper into your diet, exercise, interests, or personal and work relationships, including your connection with devices.