A Struggle With Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD), like every other mental disorder, is no joke. The emotional distress, physical symptoms, struggle to socialise, and inability to be rational in even the simplest of situations can be seriously disabling, exhausting and humiliating. Some individuals with SAD tend to avoid social or performance situations out of fear, despite knowing that…

Loving & Understanding A Narcissist

Many romantic relationships begin when two individuals attracted to each other bond over common ground. They may connect with one another if they have similar personality traits, or share the same values, interests or life experiences. At the beginning, both individuals may intentionally or subconsciously choose to only reveal their best qualities. They will paint…

BPD Misconceptions

A lot of people in today’s society are quite ignorant when it comes to understanding mental disorders. They develop an opinion based on the actions of the mentally ill individuals they encounter, and voice their thoughts with little interest in educating themselves on the symptoms and causes. As a result, all who are suffering from a mental disorder are stereotyped and left with a mark of disgrace.

Psychiatrists: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Naturally, psychiatrists should be compassionate people who want to help their patients. But unfortunately that’s not always the case. Some seem to forget that every patient is an individual. They stereotype (and often stigmatize) them according to their mental illness, refusing to acknowledge that there is more to the mentally distressed person standing before them…

The Dangers Of Psychic Readings

The validity of all psychic reading can be contested. No matter how much truth there may be in a reading, you should never believe what is said as absolute or fact. It can have a negative effect on your mental health…

Misunderstood, Not A Monster: BPD Basics

Due to its symptoms, borderline personality disorder is a very misunderstood and stigmatised mental disorder. Here’s an easy to follow summary about the disorder…

Understand BPD: A Borderline Is Not A Drama Queen

Although a person with borderline personality disorder may be over emotional and seem dramatic at times, their behaviour is not deliberate. They are not seeking out attention; there is no ulterior motive, it’s just the way they are. It is important to understand that they are suffering from an illness that needs to be taken seriously…