Mental Health Mondays: Creating Mental Well-Being For Everyone

by Kamlesh D. Patel Dear friends, Human beings have a very wonderful characteristic when it comes to observing and looking after our health. When nothing is wrong we remain carefree and oblivious to our bodily health, because our body does not give us any signals, but when something is wrong the body definitely gives usContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Creating Mental Well-Being For Everyone”

Mental Health Mondays: The Most Powerful Tool For Mental Well-Being I Learned From Psych

Be not that which shall arise. Does the tree resist the falling of its leaves? Does the river resist its inevitable flow? Does the sage resist the coming of a feeling? They don’t, for resistance is pointless. Reaction is wisdom’s nemesis. Have you ever fired off a snarky email and instantly regretted it? Have youContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: The Most Powerful Tool For Mental Well-Being I Learned From Psych”

Mental Health Mondays: Just Dial 988: New Mental Health Hotline starts Saturday.

Washington State by: Vincent Saglimbeni LACEY, Wash. — Callers in crisis will soon be able to reach the National Suicide Prevention Hotline by just dialing “988.” The new Federal Communications Commission Crisis Line will go into effect Saturday, July 16. 988 will connect people to the national network associated with each caller’s local crisis center,Continue reading “Mental Health Mondays: Just Dial 988: New Mental Health Hotline starts Saturday.”

Mental Health Monday: Through Glass: How not mentalizing creates borderline personality.

by Kevin Redmayne (Medium) Mentalization-Based Treatment is changing how we view mental health — it is in fact revolutionizing therapy for BPD. In 1967, a teenage Hungarian refugee named Peter Fonagy was checked in to a mental health clinic in Hampstead, London. Fifty-two years later that same clinic is now the Anna Freud Centre. PeterContinue reading “Mental Health Monday: Through Glass: How not mentalizing creates borderline personality.”

Mental Health Mondays: The case for caring less.

To say that our plates are full would be an understatement. The reality of contemporary living requires our attention and efforts be divided between demanding jobs, essential familial caregiving, replenishing social gatherings, and fulfilling political and community engagements — not to mention any hobbies or creative endeavors. According to Pew Research Center surveys, 60 percent ofContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: The case for caring less.”

Wisdom

Today I am so glad I came across this writing, it spoke volumes to me, hope it will for you too.❤️ “Some years ago, I was stuck on a crosstown bus in New York City during rush hour. Traffic was barely moving. The bus was filled with cold, tired people who were deeply irritated withContinue reading “Wisdom”