Tag: writing on mental health

Mental Health Updates During The Apocalypse

Good morning friends. I thought I would give another round of updates, since I’ve been gone for a while again, sorting through my mental health, advocating, and networking. Here is what’s going on, and how you may be able to get involved. Firstly, I… Continue Reading “Mental Health Updates During The Apocalypse”

Psychoanalysis, The Locked Ward, and Entropy

Some more thoughts to share, friends. Let’s talk psychoanalysis, the locked ward, and entropy. No, we will not spend countless paragraphs discrediting psychodynamics and psychoanalysis. The facts are there: Freud’s systematic hypotheses were circular, full of confirmation bias, and untestable. This makes his ideas… Continue Reading “Psychoanalysis, The Locked Ward, and Entropy”

Friends, Let’s read

Hello friends, it has been some time. Writing has been difficult. I hope everyone is staying healthy, safe, and inside their homes. For those of us with mental health issues, all the panic, the uncertain information and unpredictable future can exacerbate our mind-states. If… Continue Reading “Friends, Let’s read”

Questions…

While everyone eagerly awaits my post which would have posted already were I not at work, I figured I’d pose some questions to all of you lovely people who have joined this journey with me. I’d like to learn more about all of you… Continue Reading “Questions…”

Caring For The Shattered Self

I did not post yesterday as I was in too much pain. Today is better, although I don’t really have a set topic for today’s post. Self-care would be a good one. I’ve learned a lot about what that means in just the last… Continue Reading “Caring For The Shattered Self”

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