Mental Health

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Lying Is Always Harder: Tell the Truth Now

Pathological lying is the chronic behavior of compulsive or habitual lying. This article will show you what to do if you have told a lie. It will help either you or someone else take the steps towards telling the truth. It will also discuss the four main types of lying.

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How I Deal With Anxiety

We all experience some degree of worry or anxiety. But for many excessive worrying about things can indicate an anxiety disorder, a condition that can be debilitating for the sufferer. You will find relief from anxiety by using processes offered here.

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Winning the Battle Over Alcohol

Alcoholism is not just an addiction, it's a disease. A disease of the brain. And just like with any other disease, it develops and progresses over time if left untreated. Drinking excessively is indicative of alcohol-dependency and could be diagnosed as Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD).

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How I Ended up in a Psychiatric Hospital

I have struggled my whole life as a result of experiencing and witnessing abuse and violence at the hands of my father but never told a soul. Being a parent for my younger siblings made me tough and independent so I kept my worries and poor mental health to myself until I unravelled last year.

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Benefits of Being the Shy Child in the Family

I am most often a watcher not a participant but alike a tiny computer I digest images and vocal tones. I am intuitive, empathetic, an introvert, and highly analytical. These are qualities that are often present in shy individuals. There are detrimental aspects of shyness but there are also benefits

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The Struggles of Living With PTSD: My Story

This is a perspective on how my PTSD affects some of my daily life and some of my relationships. I am explaining this not only to share the story of the episodes and trials I deal with, but to help others relate a little better with their friends and relatives that may also suffer with this.