The realities of addition; the truth about living under, above and beyond the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Psychology liking someone
Introduction The experience of liking someone, with its swirl of emotions, anticipation, and sometimes uncertainty, is a universal aspect of the human condition. From the initial spark of attraction to the nuanced dance of getting to know someone, the psychology behind liking someone is a complex interplay of emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. This article delves into the intricate world of psychology, unraveling the factors that contribute to the phenomenon of liking someone and the psychological processes at play.
HOW TO BE MISERABLE FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE
Navigating through the intricate steps of a curated guide, one finds a peculiar roadmap designed to ensure a constant state of dissatisfaction and despair. Let's delve into the nuances of each guideline, exploring the subtleties of self-sabotage and emotional turmoil.
The Twelve Step Approach: Outdated or needed now more than ever
This post is inspired by a few recent posts we have seen attacking Alcoholics Anonymous and other twelve step groups as outdated and ineffective. While the Beehive Recovery Blog does not promote one particular route to recovery as the only means to achieve sobriety, these posts prompted us to write some educational things about AA, as it has been a core part of many people’s path to happiness and freedom from drugs and alcohol (including most of our blog contributors). Everyone’s journey is different and there are many ways to achieve sobriety. Beehive Recovery Blog hopes to educate as many people as possible on the subject of addiction. This includes providing education in trends of addiction, recovery stories, treatment options and resources, as well as dispelling misconceptions.
11 proven ways to become instantly more ATTRACTIVE
In the intriguing world of attraction, there's a beauty that's both simple and profoundly complex. Picture this: I had a colleague, a guy who was a textbook example of handsome. Good looks? Check. A diligent worker? Absolutely. Competent at his job? No doubt. Yet, his charm was overshadowed by negativity and aggression. He prioritized work over people's well-being.
Processed to distress
Intro: ‘Come on’ , ‘you’re fine! Oh please don’t overreact to everything ‘, ‘just stay happy na!’ …. These are not very new words to the person who is suffering from anxiety, the people around them may try to encourage them by saying this. But the thing is - what can be the worst situation when a person is in a problem but he/she doesn't know how to get rid of this situation, actually they even try to stay happy sometimes but they can’t. The ultra-Processed foods, especially artificial sweeteners can increase the chance of depression, stress, anxiety by 3x , and the dark reality is that they are really addictive substances . If someone consumes this type of food on a daily basis they can get lost in the loop. Because it becomes a comfort for them and when they are depressed they also try to get some of these foods, but these foods don't heal them but obviously increase stress.
What Happened to a Man Who Fell in Love with Himself?
Do you love yourself more than anyone else? Do you believe you're the prettiest, smartest, and most charming person around? Are you the only one you look at with adoration in the mirror? If so, you might be dealing with narcissism – a mental condition that has intrigued humanity for ages. The word "narcissism" has deep historical roots, dating back to Greek mythology, where it was embodied by the character Narcissus. His story serves as a poignant lesson, revealing the pitfalls of excessive self-love.
Melancholy and nervousness might influence youthful grown-ups two times as much as adolescents, Harvard overview finds
While increasing paces of discouragement and nervousness among American teenagers certainly stand out enough to be noticed, youthful grown-ups might be battling considerably more with those circumstances, as per another report from the Harvard Graduate Institute of Instruction.
What is Depression?
Depression is a disorder that afflicts over 10% of the world's population, but we as a society know little about it. Stereotypes tell us that depressed people are weak, unless they happen to be a tortured artist. It can be difficult to understand depression because it's invisible. It's a disorder defined by thoughts, behaviors, and feelings, rather than obvious symptoms like vomiting, rashes, or fever. Those who have experienced depression are all too familiar with comments from misguided friends such as, snap out of it, or just get up and do something. Even those with depression might have a hard time understanding what they are experiencing, and they often blame themselves for not being able to snap out of it. To understand what depression really is, we need to talk about symptoms.
The Human Art of Romanticizing Darkness
In the realm of human experience and creative expression, there exists a peculiar fascination with darkness. Whether through literature, music, or visual arts, humans have long been captivated by the enigmatic allure of the shadowed aspects of life. This enduring fascination with darkness might seem paradoxical, as society generally associates darkness with fear, chaos, and the unknown. However, the human art of romanticizing darkness demonstrates that there is more to this fascination than meets the eye. This article will explore the underlying reasons behind this tendency, its manifestation in various art forms, and the profound impact it has on individuals and society as a whole.
"Cracking Habit Formation Science"
We all have our fair share of bad habits, from nail-biting to endless smartphone scrolling and chronic lateness. But what if I told you that there's a hidden power within your brain that can help you conquer these detrimental behaviors and establish new, positive habits? Habits are the daily routines we carry out without conscious thought, accounting for a significant portion of our daily activities. It's astonishing to discover that approximately 43% of the time, people engage in behaviors they've repeated in the past, often while their minds are preoccupied with other thoughts. Habits, both good and bad, play a vital role in our lives, enabling us to streamline our daily tasks and free up mental resources for more important endeavors. The ease with which habits take root is precisely why they can be so challenging to break. In this article, we'll explore the science behind habit formation, the role of cues, behaviors, and rewards, and the strategies for breaking bad habits and forming new, positive ones.
Mental Health? Not so mental after all.
There is an Inseparable Link Between Physical and Mental Health. In an era where mental health is gaining the recognition it deserves, a comprehensive approach to well-being is more important than ever. Beyond conventional treatments, recent studies are highlighting the profound influence of diet and physical health on mental well-being. This paradigm shift in understanding is supported by a growing body of evidence. It underscores the potential of nutritional psychiatry in mitigating mood disorders, offering a beacon of hope for countless individuals.
Delusion of Love
Introduction Delusions are false beliefs that are resistant to reasoning and evidence. Erotomania, a subtype of delusional disorder, is characterized by a profound and fixed belief that another person, often of higher social or romantic status, is deeply in love with the delusional individual. This condition can have far-reaching consequences for those affected, leading to significant distress and impairment in their lives. In this article, we will delve into the intricacies of erotomania, exploring its symptoms, causes, and the ways it can be treated both medically and psychologically.