As I was looking through my posts of last October I saw that it was then when I decided to write my experiences with therapy down. I did that for quite a while and I’ll link the other parts of my journey below. I stopped writing because the therapy discontinued due to Corona at the … Continue reading The winding road of therapy.
Depression and stress can leave you exhausted. It feels like some sort of veil is being dropped over my brain and there is no way of reaching it, to put the ‘on’ button on on again. Last night I was so tired I forgot to close the tap in the bathroom before going to bed. … Continue reading How to combat tiredness?
Our bodies need food and water, that is a given. Our brain, being an important part of the body is therefore influenced by what we eat. Furthermore, what you eat directly affects the structure and function of your brain and, ultimately, your mood. Studies have found that what you eat can make certain conditions worse. … Continue reading Nutritional psychiatry, why is that a thing?
A year ago I started to discover some additional or surprising - to me at least - symptoms of depression. When thinking about depression, what does come to mind? Maybe a sad mood, gloomy thoughts or a more introvert life style. So I thought but there was a whole lot more to discover and subsequently … Continue reading Symptoms of depression that will surprise you.
In my last post I’ve talked about what verbal abuse is and how to recognize it. My conclusion was that it is based on the effect that you notice in yourself. You may be left dazed, confused, angry, sad, doubting yourself or in a total panic. That is the clue to notice that what you’ve … Continue reading Verbal abuse and its connection to anxiety.