This article is about losing her brother to suicide, but I think this message speaks to all of the things we go through that cause people to not know what to say, depression, child abuse, sexual assault, etc. I am reminded of a text message from one of my former students, sent from hundreds of…
Even if you’re not interested in the podcast about mental health and religion, keep this page handy. It is chock full of resources of all types for suicide prevention. We need to make sure these resources are handy, and get them to people who need them! https://cxmhpodcast.com/show-notes/2017/9/28/bonus-suicide-prevention-resources
I caught an interesting, short podcast episode on this topic recently. The host, Dave Fraser is joined by Psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb to discuss the question of whether we can overcome our childhoods.
It’s an interesting episode, and I think many of you might learn a thing or two about how the stories we’ve been told about ourselves in childhood can be rewritten and how a good therapist might assist in that. You can get the links and notes from the show here:
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Many survivors struggle with any number of mental health issues through their teens and into adulthood as a result of their abuse. Anorexia, while not something I have personal experience with, is something that I know some survivors are dealing with. This look into one woman’s struggle with it may help provide a look at…
Both the infographic and the linked article have some good information, and I love the thought about what it would look like if we could see the psychological wounds. “What would we do if we could see every psychological wound ever inflicted as a physical bruise? We would see a lot of black and…