The Psychology of Mood Disorders A (Very) Brief Overview

While depression and anxiety aren't "all in your head", a fair bit does take place... In your head. Your mind, let's say. As such, since the field's infancy, psychologists have been excavating the depths of the human mind for water holding theories on the how and why of mood disorders. Some have been quite successful,... Continue Reading →

How Do I Implement What I’m learning?

Changing your behavior and perspective is difficult, to say the least. It's all well and good to read blogs and listen to YouTube videos on how to improve your life. But... It's a living thing, not a studying thing For a very, very long time, I struggled to implement what I was learning into my... Continue Reading →

On Suicide

The elephant in the room broke some furniture this last week. It's name is Suicide. I not here to talk about successful people dying, or how they have problems too. But, as a resource center for anxiety and depression, leading factors in suicide contemplation and action, I feel it's worth writing about the subject at... Continue Reading →

Weekend Article Roundup II

Saturday is back and so is the Article Roundup! (Anybody have a more fun and witty name?) There are quite a few this time around. Apparently, I have this problem of stashing articles on my "read later" list by just opening them in the browser on my phone and then... Ignoring them for months. So... Continue Reading →

The Importance and Effects of Opposite Action

In therapy circles, there is a mode called Dialectical Behavioral Therapy [2]. As a type of behavior therapy, it aims to give the person seeking therapy skills to navigate through everyday life and relationships by modifying their behavior. DBT is often called in for those who suffer from intense, negative emotions and react quite badly... Continue Reading →

Reworkings and Other News

Hello, friends! Regular followers might have noticed a distinct lack of a post this morning... My schedule has been out of sorts recently and I neglected to make time to finish this week's post. (I'm aiming to get it up come Monday at the latest, fear not.) Because of this, and some other things that... Continue Reading →

Week Four: My Favorite Part.

"Furthermore, we have not even to risk the adventure alone; for the heroes of all time have gone before us; the labyrinth is thoroughly known; we have only to follow the thread of the hero-path. And where we had thought to find an abomination, we shall find a god; where we had thought to slay... Continue Reading →

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