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Mental Health Chat

 



Brain fog
On with weepingwillow
Brain fog symptoms are very common for many mental health disorders and a lot of chronic physical issues as well. How do we manage to function when this is happening? How do we cope with the frustration and hopelessness this causes a lot of us?


Internal cooperation
On with weepingwillow
What plans do you have in place to keep internal cooperation going? How do you come up with and implement those plans?


Communication with parts
On with weepingwillow
Communication among parts can make a big difference in how smoothly life runs.


Handling depression
On with weepingwillow
Depression is a multi faceted issue that is a little different for each person with it. We will talk about different issues that come up and ways that we handle them.


Coping with manic episodes
On with weepingwillow
Mania is common among a few mh issues. How do we prepare for and deal with these times?


Somatic Symptoms redux
On with weepingwillow
We did not really have a chance to thoroughly discuss it so we are going to touch on it again. Somatic symptoms are very common for those dealing with trauma, yet we are often embarrassed about them and avoid asking for help. We can talk about different types of somatic symptoms, and general ways to deal with them. If many are interested and have a lot of stuff to say we may break it down into several topics to use. Hope to see you there!:)


Somatic Symptoms
On with weepingwillow
Somatic symptoms are very common for those dealing with trauma, yet we are often embarrassed about them and avoid asking for help. We can talk about different types of somatic symptoms, and general ways to deal with them. If many are interested and have a lot of stuff to say we may break it down into several topics to use. Hope to see you there!


Combatting isolation.
On with weepingwillow
Isolation is a common issue with many mh issues and also in abuse. It is usually important to stay connected to people as part of recovery/treatment, we will discuss what things we do to stay connected.


Handling intrusive thoughts
On with weepingwillow
Intrusive thoughts happen with many mh disorders so we will talk about handling them in real time and any ideas for getting rid of them.


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It is a fine thing to be honest, but it is also very important to be right.
~ Winston Churchill
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