Usually, it’s said: “Pay attention to what people do, not to what they say”. Well, I am telling you, what people say, really matters. It can hurt others so much that they could wish to die, they could get very angry or even enraged and cause harm to others. Treating each other with kindness it seems forgotten in these times, or maybe it’s been like this always, for millennia; human condition? If someone is causing you to be angry and sad, getting away from that person might be the best solution, thehealthier solution to take.
If someone is capable of hurting your kindest feelings and thoughts, that someone might not be the best person to be in your life. With time you will realize that you made the right decision by getting away from a harmful and maybe narcissistic persona.
Life is changing dramatically in front of us all, and around the world. Life always changes, it’s true, but right now the changes are daily, and aggressive, some are so painful for many, like the loss of life due to Covid-19 and horrible wars going on like the one in Ukraine.
How to cope with thisterrible suffering that hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people are going through right now worldwide? Sometimes it can get terrifying for many when thinking about the future. and usually, these patients develop several mental issues, like panic attacks, severe anxiety, anger, depression, suicidal thoughts, that can make them manifest physical symptoms or aggravate the ones they already have.
But don’t forget that your life is preciousand that you are never alone. There is always someone who cares but try to reach out before things get out of control in your mind.
Try to read positive quotesand hopeful good reads. Listen to calm music or any uplifting music of your preference. Surround yourself with really good people who love you for who you are.
Practice some fun exercises. It doesn’t have to be exhausting, just a good walk or playing with any ball. Observe nature, and do something that makes you really happy: cooking, reading, spending lots of time with your pets.
Do not despair if it seems that nobody cares about humanity. Sometimes it can feel that way, but there are always true good people who care for you if you just reach out. It could be a neighbor, a friend, a relative, or these phone numbers where ever you are on this beautiful earth we live:
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When Your Patience Wears Thin, what do you do? Some people do yoga, exercise, some others pray, others get so desperate they yell, behave erratically and dangerously. There is another approach people take: ignore their feelings and put them under the rug.
For starters, there are some persons who are truly patient and can take a lot of bad actions (betrayal, lies, etc) from others without saying a word, but eventually, everybody’s patience wears thin, sooner or later. What do you do when this happens to you?
I usually walk by myself, a long walk, with the path full of steep-climbs and difficulty. I love to climb stairs. When I come back I jump in the swimming pool and then relax, by then, my patience is healed.
Spending time with my daughter and grandchildren gives me great pleasure. I talk to the birds, plants, my livestock, I enjoy the sunlight rays. Enjoying nature fulfills my heart.
I re-read the Goodman and Gilman Pharmacology book and spend hours creating medical hypothesis and even theories that I have proven right and published.
Playing my guitar, singing my favorites songs CREDIT Photo to: George the cat – Ayleen O’Hanlon
UPDATE: August 10, 2021 scroll down to the bottom of the article
Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes dramatic shifts in a person’s mood, energy and ability to think clearly. People with bipolar experience high and low moods—known as mania and depression—which differ from the typical ups-and-downs most people experience, known as distimias.
The lows of bipolar depression are frequently so debilitating that patients are unable to get out of bed. Typically, people experiencing a depressive episode tend to have difficulty falling and staying asleep, while others sleep far more than usual.
When patients fall into depression, even minor decisions such as what to eat for dinner can be overwhelming and difficult. They tend to become obsessed with feelings of desperation, loneliness, loss, personal failure, guilt or helplessness; what is very worrisome is that this negative thinking can lead to thoughts of suicide.
“So I decided to enter this asylum. At least here I can be myself.’ — Khalil Gibran
Most of the time, people in manic states are unaware of the negative consequences of their actions. With bipolar disorder, suicide is an ever-present danger because some people become suicidal even in manic states. Learning from prior episodes what kinds of behavior signals “red flags” of manic behavior can help manage the symptoms of the illness.
“But if love is not the cure, it certainly can act as a very strong medicine.” — Kay Redfield Jamison.
In the largest study of its kind, involving more than 50,000 subjects in 14 countries, researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and more than 200 collaborating institutions have identified 20 new genetic associations with one of the most prevalent and elusive mental illnesses of our time — bipolar disorder.
“Things aren’t always what they seem. The first impression deceives many. The intelligence of a few perceives what has been carefully hidden.” —Phaedrus
“The self-righteous scream judgments against others to hide the noise of skeletons dancing in their own closets.” — John Mark Green
“Open your mind to the world and the many different ways that can be found in it, before making hasty judgments of others. After all, the very same thing that you judge from where you are— may very well be something totally different in meaning on the other side of the world. The problem with making hasty judgments is that it will emphasize your ignorance at the end of the day.” — C. JoyBell C.
“Those who are critical don’t like being criticized, and those who are insensitive have a deficiency in their senses.” ― Suzy Kassem
Today we face many changes, different ways of doing our daily chores, and huge differences in the way we purchase our necessities in life.
It was interesting to see the changes in just our phone habits in the course of a few short years: home phones to flip phones to iphones. Now our phones seem a part of us in ways never thought 20 years ago.
We wait in line to buy food, wear masks, don’t hug or shake hands and cannot see smiles.
Our best choice is to be flexible in this situation in order to survive.
Flexible, independent thinking will help navigate these uncertain times. Listening, learning, and making decisions that are best for ourselves is the way to make it.
Depression Can Cause Permanent Brain Damage! Depression not only makes a person feel sad and dejected – it can also damage the brain permanently, so the person has difficulties remembering and concentrating once the disease is over. Up to 20 percent of depression patients never make a full recovery.
The mere fixation on anti-depressants will not solve this problem as the inflammation is very probably not limited to the brain. Silent inflammation is becoming more and more visible as the driving force behind chronic diseases. An anti-inflammatory lifestyle with antioxidant-rich nutrition, physical activity, and the avoidance of toxins must be the logical conclusion for starters.