Library Dates With Mom

It is a hassle to convince her to leave my brother, she’s such a selfless and dedicated mother. He went on a day trip for school this weekend, so she didn’t mind leaving the house. My mom is such a sweet pea. Sometimes, I wish I could have known her before she became ill. Did…

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5 Ways To Stop Worrying What Others Think

Do you ever notice how frigid, lifeless, and sad some people are? How often others complain about the pity things? Honestly, we all complain, but I’ve realized that there are some people in the world that would dream of having my worst days. Or do you ever have moments where you worry about what others…

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Late Night Thoughts

You learn to keep your problems to yourself because in reality most people sincerely do not care.┬áIt’s a shame that we live in a world where no one cares about anything. I promise, people care about you. Teach yourself to stop letting people and situations upset you. You’ll have days where you don’t even know…

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Mental Health Interview with Nonalcoholicstudent

Good Morning Loves, Today, I wanted to introduce to you Robert, a fellow blogger and admirable human being. If you have not checked out his work yet, then please do! I promise, you will not regret it! Over the course of the last couples of weeks Robert and I have conducted an interview discussing the…

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Myth No. 1: People with Schizophrenia are Not Intelligent

“Some studies have that found that people with the condition have more trouble on tests of mental skills such as attention, learning, and memory. But that doesn’t mean they’re not intelligent. Many creative and smart people throughout history have had schizophrenia, such as Russian ballet dancer Vaslav Nijinsky and Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Nash. Scientists…

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Some Say Schizophrenia Is Worse Than Cancer.

Schizophrenia: a long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation.

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