How many times have people suggested you try meditation and you exclaim: “I could never meditate!”
I hear it all the time.
Considering I’m mental (the obsessive-worrying-anxious-dissociative-flashbacks-to-my-psychotic-days-kind-of-mental) and I CAN meditate, I think you are full of poo.
Here is the Metamucil you need to relieve your mental constipation on being able to calm your mind…
Please click this link to read the rest of the post over at MentalHealthTalk.info.
Okay, so this is an IMAGE of the video because I really want you to come over to http://mentalhealthtalk.info/an-interview-with-alec-morrison to check it out.
A natural born storyteller, Alec talks about his manias leading up to his various hospitalizations. Interwoven in his tales is how his song-writing and music helped him along the way.
He also sings in the interview and I get a tinsy-winsy excited!
Again, please visit http://mentalhealthtalk.info/an-interview-with-alec-morrison to check it out. Thank you!
I think Eileen at …But She’s Crazy has an excellent idea and I suggest you check it out:
PLEASE READ! I Need YOUR Help!
I have a crazy, wild idea — just bear with me and give it some thought because I need you guys involved to actually make it happen. (If you’re an impatient reader, feel free to skip the next couple explanatory paragraphs.)
Written by: Earla Dunbar
I did not like people before, they terrified me. All I wanted to do was hide from people, from life. In my thoughts I knew they were judging me negatively and watching my every move. So why would I leave my safe place, my home, when I knew I could be hurt by people.
When I was 44 and knew that suicide was my only hope from the dread I was living, my doctor suggested I go to the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, CAMH, where I met my psychiatrist, Dr. Martin Katzman.
Ever find yourself with the constant flutter of anxiety in your stomach before an event? Sometimes days before the event is to take place?
Well, I’ve found love trumps anxiety! Here’s how…
This is just the teaser…
To get the tips and leave your comments (because I really want to hear from you), please visit the actual post at MentalHealthTalk.info