In today’s article, I’m empowering you with eight ways to make a narcissist respect you… forever. Are you ready? Let’s dive in. Let’s face it, knowing how to make a narcissist respect you isn’t easy. If you’ve ever wondered to yourself or asked yourself the question, “how to make a narcissist respect me,” then this article isContinue reading “Mental Health Mondays: 8 Ways to Make a Narcissist Respect You”
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Opioid Crisis Friday: Real Life Stories of People Affected by Opioid Usage.
This is the story of Brenda When she was 25, Brenda was in a car crash on her way to the grocery store. After the incident she needed to see numerous doctors and neurologists, and one of them gave her a prescription for opioid pain medication. Brenda doesn’t remember being warned about the risks ofContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: Real Life Stories of People Affected by Opioid Usage.”
Mental Health Mondays: What Hurts a Narcissist Forever?
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?”
Opioid Crisis Friday: Ferndale parents charged for first-degree murder in death of 5-year-old.
The three adults were arrested for first-degree murder. Author: KING 5 Staff FERNDALE, Wash. — Three adults were arrested Thursday in connection to the death of a 5-year-old girl. According to a press release from the Ferndale Police Department, the girl died after she ingested fentanyl at her home on March 8 of this year. Her parents, MelissaContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: Ferndale parents charged for first-degree murder in death of 5-year-old.”
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”
Healthcare/Mental Health Awareness Mondays: Ontario detransitioner who had breasts and womb removed to change gender sues doctors.
by Evelyn Blackwell Michelle Zacchigna is suing doctors for failing to consider alternate treatments before ushering her on an irreversible journey that she now regrets. An Ontario detransitioning woman who had her breasts and womb removed to change her gender to male is suing medical and health practitioners for failing to consider alternate treatments duringContinue reading “Healthcare/Mental Health Awareness Mondays: Ontario detransitioner who had breasts and womb removed to change gender sues doctors.”
Opioid Crisis Friday: My Daughter Died From an Overdose. I’m Sharing Her Story to Help Others
by Michelle Schwartzmier “Tell them my story.” My 20-year-old daughter Casey said these words to me not long before she died of an accidental heroin overdose on January 15, 2017. She said that if something were ever to happen to her, she’d want me to write an honest obituary about her struggles with addiction. IContinue reading “Opioid Crisis Friday: My Daughter Died From an Overdose. I’m Sharing Her Story to Help Others”
History Lesson Tuesdays: Political squatting: an arresting art
by Ben Burbridge When we planned Another Space, a short visual history of political squatting in Brighton and Hove for the forthcoming Brighton Photo Biennial, we weren’t to know the project would take on an additional dimension following the criminalisation of squatting in empty residential buildings. Mike Weatherley, Conservative MP for Hove, was instrumental in introducing the legislationContinue reading “History Lesson Tuesdays: Political squatting: an arresting art”