Best of Our Blogs: October 3, 2017

There was a time when we thought we could turn our backs on people who were “weird,” or “different.” Until the day came when we woke up to the truth. Everything that affects him or her also affects us.

We can turn off the television. We can close the newspaper. But we can’t turn down the people in our lives. Every day someone is affected by mental illness. Maybe that person is you.

There’s no “us,” and “them.” There’s all of us. The sooner we wake up to our own insecurities, feelings of emptiness and helplessness, the sooner we will be able to accept others who are suffering as well.

We can’t solve the problems of the world alone. We all need to be in it together.

Emptiness: The Un-Feeling Feeling
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – It’s the cause of the feeling you’ve had for awhile. Here’s how to heal it.

7 Ways Trauma Victims Feel Stuck & Ways To Move On
(Caregivers, Family & Friends) – It’s difficult and overwhelming to overcome trauma. But it is possible to develop healthy coping strategies with support. This can help.

How to Reverse Learned Helplessness
(Liberation After Narcissistic Abuse) – If you feel stuck and hopeless, don’t despair. Learned optimism is your way out.

How to Set Boundaries When You Are a Highly Sensitive Person
(Happily Imperfect) – Here are the reasons why you struggle with setting boundaries and three ways you can start getting your needs met.

5 Ways Narcissists Project and Attack You
(Psychology of Self) – You’ve tried to set boundaries and called him/her out on their behavior. Every single time, you’ve been attacked. Now you know why.

Source: psychcenteral

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