by Teresa Santana 1. They are hurt when you leave and be at peace without them. Narcissists are hurt when you leave and be at peace without them. They want to hold on to you but they don’t want to let you go. They can’t say goodbye. Narcissists are hurt when you leave them becauseContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: What Hurts a Narcissist Forever?”
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Mental Health Monday: Anxiety Nation Investigation
Atlanta Anxiety is a condition that nearly 40 million adults battle in U.S., according to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America. In the series “Anxiety Nation,” Atticus Investigates follows three individuals and their ongoing journey toward mental wellness. Through their stories we’ll chronicle the challenges they face, the triggers that cause their distress, and theContinue reading “Mental Health Monday: Anxiety Nation Investigation”
Mental Health Mondays: Gaslighting: What It Is and How to Know It’s Happening to You.
By Maia Niguel Hoskin, PhD Medically Reviewed by Seth Gillihan, PhD Whether subtle or overt, gaslighting is a manipulative form of abuse that can cause severe trauma. “Gaslighting” is more than just a trendy buzzword. The concept has been around for decades. And mental health experts say it’s a psychological phenomenon that can have serious emotional implicationsContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Gaslighting: What It Is and How to Know It’s Happening to You.”
Mental Health Mondays: 5 Ways Travel Is Good for Your Mental Health
by Stacy Lastoe and Hilary I. Lebow Here’s why experts say you should consider making time for a vacation this year. Travel lovers, rejoice. As of Sunday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lifted the requirement for airline passengers to test negative for COVID-19 before boarding a flight into the United States. After more than two yearsContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: 5 Ways Travel Is Good for Your Mental Health”
History Lesson Feb 28th, 1993. Waco, Texas Shoot Out with the FBI
Waco wā´kō [key], city (1990 pop. 103,590), seat of McLennan co., E central Tex., on the Brazos River, just below the mouth of the Bosque; inc. 1856. It is a rail junction and a trading, shipping, and industrial center. Agriculture and livestock raising are important to the economy, and there is diverse manufacturing. The Huecos (Wacos)Continue reading “History Lesson Feb 28th, 1993. Waco, Texas Shoot Out with the FBI”
Mental Health Mondays: 8 ways to feel less anxious about things beyond your control.
Hope fatigue is the latest mental health challenge therapists are seeing Advice by Lesley Alderman, LCSW Lesley Alderman, LCSW, is a psychotherapist based in Brooklyn. One of my patients showed up at her virtual psychotherapy session last week looking tired. She had always been ambitious and concerned about injustice. During this session, she sighed whenContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: 8 ways to feel less anxious about things beyond your control.”
Mental Health Mondays: Key Growth Areas for Anxiously Attached Individuals.
by Above the Middle (Joe Gibson) In a world where it would be great if we can all live securely in love, anxious and avoidant attachments ruin the fun. The two attachment styles, coined by John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth now plague 21st Century romance. It’s not uncommon to hear a friend talk about theirContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Key Growth Areas for Anxiously Attached Individuals.”
Mental Health Mondays: Now for sale: Data on your mental health
by Drew Harwell Capitalizing on the pandemic explosion in telehealth and therapy apps that collect details of your mental health needs, data brokers are packaging that information for resale, a new study finds. There’s no law stopping them. One company advertised the names and home addresses of people with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress or bipolarContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Now for sale: Data on your mental health”
Mental Health Mondays: You Deserve Better Than These 13 Behaviors (Stop Accepting Them).
You can’t control how people act, but you can control what you tolerate. by James Michael Sama ermites are small, barely visible little creatures. By themselves, they’re relatively harmless and wouldn’t be much of a concern if you found one around the house. But, they’re not singular pests, and we all know that when theyContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: You Deserve Better Than These 13 Behaviors (Stop Accepting Them).”
True Crime Sundays: ‘Devil You Know’: Woman’s Mother Forced Her To Help Kill Stepdad, Hide Body.
‘Devil You Know’: Woman’s Mother Forced Her To Help Kill Stepdad On “The Devil You Know,” viewers were introduced to Kim Wohlert, whose mother Judy Gough forced to help her in the murder of Kim’s stepfather, Lloyd Ford. In 1980, Judy made Kim’s brothers dig a large hole their yard, saying it was to plantContinue reading “True Crime Sundays: ‘Devil You Know’: Woman’s Mother Forced Her To Help Kill Stepdad, Hide Body.”