Tag: anxiety

Bullying or Narcissistic Personality Disorder – and what’s the difference?

A person with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) displays patterns of deviant behaviour that can create carnage for those around them. NPD is NOT widely known or understood, and is often not diagnosed medically or psychologically, so the narcissistic behaviour often goes undetected – and the victim’s plight remains unrecognised! Narcissistic Victim Syndrome is abuse/bullying that has been caused by someone with this personality disorder, and victims tend to only seek help … Read More Bullying or Narcissistic Personality Disorder – and what’s the difference?

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To Give a F*^k, or NOT to Give a F*^k – that is the question!

WARNING! BUCKLE UP PEOPLE – THERE’S COLOURFUL LANGUAGE AHEAD! I became very well aware back in my 30’s that I apparently cared just a bit too much! Cared too much about what people felt, what they thought – about me and everything else, what bothered them, what other people thought, said and did to them/about them. I gave a F*^K about EVERY FUCKING THING – and more … Read More To Give a F*^k, or NOT to Give a F*^k – that is the question!

Getting Real About Depression! Lifestyle -v- Clinical Depression…there is a difference!

Society has become increasingly keen to put a label on just above everything these days, and not least of all in the area of Mental Health! As October is Mental Health Awareness Month, I wanted to share my thoughts and experiences to bring a little more clarity, REALITY and a fresh perspective to the subject of Anxiety, Stress and Depression…and to the “labelling” of people who … Read More Getting Real About Depression! Lifestyle -v- Clinical Depression…there is a difference!

Finding Meaning in Movement

Recently I “fell over” an article written by Psychologist, Clay Routledge, Ph.D. which raises the question….might we finally see Doctors, Psychiatrists and the like, pulling out their prescription pad and instead prescribing medication, in fact prescribing physical activity?

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6 Quick Stress Busters – No Chanting Required

Remember exploring your senses back in school? Grown ups can take a tip from their school lessons by revisiting the senses and learning how they can help us prevent stress overload. Try some of these exercises to identify the sensory experiences that work quickly and effectively to reduce stress for you.