Recognising Manipulation to save lives

The effects of manipulation are diverse. It can control your thoughts, your behaviours, isolate you from your family and friends, create emotional instability, traumatise the brain to the point you’re repetitively thinking about the manipulation over and over again. Your thoughts don’t run in alignment with what you say. Your brain begins to use suppressionContinue reading “Recognising Manipulation to save lives”

The Low Mood

From the naked eye you see a smile A delightful smile of a woman who has everything What you don’t see are the bricks within the decorated walls The bricks that weigh down her emotions The bricks that fall on her heavy as she sleeps You can’t see the bricks she holds within herself SoContinue reading “The Low Mood”

The Borderline & NLP

Borderlines have a very comprehensive view of what they believe to be right from personal experience. Is Borderline Personality Disorder genetic or environmental? Are there any courses out there that can channel the way borderlines think and process information? In a crisis it is extremely hard to put across a viewpoint from another’s perspective andContinue reading “The Borderline & NLP”

Forest Imagery

Allow your soul to feel the warmth of the summer air as you close your eyes and imagine an exotic beach surrounded by fields of sunflowers and dandelions dancing in alignment with the velvet green grass. Your soul feels passion, it feels delight, it is the symphony of the milk way, an inner warmth thatContinue reading “Forest Imagery”

What does depression feel like?

Depression is more than just a low mood, it’s more than a label, it’s more than laziness, it’s not someone’s personality. Depression is the feeling of helplessness, the fighting to be optimistic, the steady humming in the frontal lobe, the sleep less nights accompanied by its neighbour; anxiety. When does biological depression start? How doesContinue reading “What does depression feel like?”

Symbols & Indoctrinations

One way to separate an individual from a mental health label is to ask them their values.  Values are what separates each individual retrospectively. For example, one person may choose to live in a busy city to work for a top technology firm because they enjoy communication and applying their skills to the general population whereasContinue reading “Symbols & Indoctrinations”

The Isolated Borderline

To the partners of the sufferer. I know how hard you try to help your loved one. I know how hard you try and make communication. The days your loved one curls up in bed not ready to face the day whilst you put food on the table, the rapid mood swings with such emotionalContinue reading “The Isolated Borderline”

What to say to a borderline during therapy

Psychologists and psychiatrists can play their part in treating a borderline by reorganisation.  Below I’ve listed ways how: Replace ‘you are too emotional and take things to heart’ with the words ‘I know you’re struggling, please can you explain to me what happened in more detail and why you feel the way you do? IfContinue reading “What to say to a borderline during therapy”

Our Creation (poem)

The souls thunder is a memory of defeat From the enemy that portrayed the darkest hour It crushes, rejects, the opinions of those who care For the purpose of money & for the purpose of war A delicate world on the brink of collapse Sins magnified and ignorance replenished The destruction of death Until it’sContinue reading “Our Creation (poem)”

Einstein…

This is a man who applied physics to real-life situations. To put this quote into perspective what Einstein is referring to is the scientific term “force” – for example; gravity keeps us on the ground; it is an invisible force and this can be applied to words. When you notice patterns within the universe youContinue reading “Einstein…”

The mind of the borderline

We can create, we can love, we can heal  We can connect patterns, we have obsessions with positivity counteracting the depression within our brains, fighting for survival on a day to day basis. The stigma attached to the condition is degrading and decreases the worth of the survivor. Notice how I use the word survivor?Continue reading “The mind of the borderline”