It’s been a long time since I’ve updated on my personal mental health journey. After jumping through some hoops in regards to my former work place and finding out how get my legal papers in order to be able to apply for unemployment benefits, I found some rest in my head. Some rest … Continue reading The winding road of therapy – Recovery isn’t lineair.
Today I have the pleasure to write about some good things. The good needs the bad, for that one you can read my Terrible Therapist post and you’ll understand how my current therapist made all the difference. I told my psychiatrist that I wasn’t happy at all with the lady I’ve met with and … Continue reading The winding road of therapy – the Terrific Therapist.
Getting help; why wouldn't you? People who have experienced trauma may also struggle with getting help. One of the most common outcomes of trauma is avoidance. One because you may not even be aware that something from the past can influence you and your health that much; trauma has the characteristic to tuck … Continue reading Childhood Trauma – Getting Help.
A: Proper parental supervision. Protection, structure and support. A safe and accepting environment. My inner child needs to grow into a psychological adult. How can this happen? First I needed to find the little girl. I tried to find her some years ago but it seemed to weird and I gave up. … Continue reading Q: What does the inner child need?
In 'Bits of Psychology' I explain or describe terminology that I find to be interesting. Most of the time they are snippets from some kind of dictionairy or sometimes the concepts are described more in depth. --------------------------------------- Enactment. A scene set in the original event and interaction, without being consciously remembered. … Continue reading Bits of Psychology. Enactment.