Bits of Psychology. Enactment.

  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.

Winding road of therapy – Terrible Therapist. Part 8.

  I don't hold any grudge against therapists, doctors, nurses or the mental health field. Sometimes it just isn't a match and not everybody is a master in his/hers craft.  This is a post in my series 'The winding road of therapy'.   _______________________________________   In July I was on medication for about 4 or … Continue reading Winding road of therapy – Terrible Therapist. Part 8.

Depression and the brain – the depressed way of thinking.

The depressed way of thinking.   People with depression can experience cognitive distortions [1]. Basically you think in a certain way about daily events (for this post I’ll keep it at that).   I do that. It’s not fun. It’s only now that I’ve discovered that my thinking can change. I feel a very clear … Continue reading Depression and the brain – the depressed way of thinking.