Part of mental health is responding appropriately to our own suffering, keeping faith in our ability to take corrective action.
We edit ourselves quite severely. From when we were young, we have learned to cut our language’s cloth in keeping with the economy of our
We are self-correcting beings, and, to this end, the ability to perceive losses, and receive warnings, is programmed into us. The trouble is, over-anticipating loss leads to anxiety, and ultimately, when exhausted, to depression.
If you are suffering from anxiety, try not to suffer alone. There are things you can do to help yourself.
When looking for counselling or therapy, it’s important to finding a therapeutic relationship that works for you. Here are four tips for getting the most out of your therapy.
Anxiety is inner conflict. Often, there is a strong unconscious pull towards an inner wish, but an equally strong fear or repulsion. Living between these extremes can split us agonisingly between hope and fear.