Simply put, there is a lot of stuff available at the site, from articles, radio shows, mindfulness tools, etc. to BBC TV programs dedicated to mental health topics.
If nothing else, make a note of it and spend some time wandering around and see if any of the tools that are available would be helpful to you, and if they are, come back and let us know!
I appreciate the fact that this therapist recognizes how difficult it is to come forward with these things because it does take a lot to talk about it, especially the first time you tell someone.
At the same time I wonder how differently we might look at ourselves as we try to heal if we knew that we were the 4th or 5th person who talked to that one therapist about being sexually abused that day?
It’d be hard to feel alone, for one, right?
While it is great that people are having positive experiences in the workplace when it comes to mental illness, these are still small numbers. In the same study, 27% of respondents said they were treated dismissively or told their illness wasn’t serious or real. Almost 25% said they were demoted or denied opportunities after disclosing…
Quotes from predators: “”[P]arents are so naive—they’re worried about strangers and should be worried about their brother–in–law. They just don’t realize how devious we can be. I used to abuse children in the same room with their parents and they couldn’t see it or didn’t seem to know it was happening.” “I was disabled and…