But I Was A Victim, Right? Schizoaffective disorder.

Feb 22, 19 But I Was A Victim, Right? Schizoaffective disorder.

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But I Was A Victim, Right? Schizoaffective disorder. by Cohen Miles-Rath from NAMI When you become physically ill, there is a good chance you’ll receive ‘get well’ cards, flowers or something indicating a caring community supporting you. When I became severely ill, there was little support. Other than some family and friends,...

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I Am Grateful for My Borderline Personality Disorder

Feb 20, 19 I Am Grateful for My Borderline Personality Disorder

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I Am Grateful for My Borderline Personality Disorder by Whitney Easton from Healthyplace.com Am I grateful for my borderline personality disorder (BPD)? Yes. Years after my initial diagnosis, I can honestly say I am grateful to have received the diagnosis of borderline personality disorder and for the life I’ve lived with...

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No one should have to hide their mental health in the workplace

Feb 19, 19 No one should have to hide their mental health in the workplace

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No one should have to hide their mental health in the workplace by Beth from Time-to-Change.org I was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) earlier this year. I realize now that I’ve been ignoring the symptoms for a long time. I was partly in denial and partly worried about telling people because of their...

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My Child is Trans, How Can I Best Support Them?

Feb 12, 19 My Child is Trans, How Can I Best Support Them?

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My Child is Trans, How Can I Best Support Them? From Jor-El Caraballo, Talkspace Therapist Raising a child is not an easy process. It requires a lot of dedication and sacrifice. Parenthood is filled with great expectations for one’s child, and often requires a lot of hard work and support. This is wonderfully captured in a...

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Therapy: What is sensory integration therapy? Is sensory integration better than ABA?

Feb 11, 19 Therapy: What is sensory integration therapy? Is sensory integration better than ABA?

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What is sensory integration therapy? Sensory integration therapy (SIT) is a technique used to treat sensory processing symptoms commonly associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It is not a cure, but a way to help the individual (usually a child) become desensitized to improper functioning in the three sensory processing...

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Veteran PTSD Depression and Military Sexual Trauma Help

Jan 28, 19 Veteran PTSD Depression and Military Sexual Trauma Help

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From Veterans Affairs Veteran PTSD Depression and Military Sexual Trauma Help When Scott left the Army, he was managing a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and PTSD along with the demands of a newborn. Seeing he was overwhelmed and feeling hopeless, his wife reached out to VA. Veterans enrolled in VA health care have access to...

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