Abuse and how to spot it.

Emotional abuse is “any act including confinement, isolation, verbal assault, humiliation, intimidation, infantilization, or any other treatment which may diminish the sense of identity, dignity, and self-worth.”1  Psychological abuse and  it can be just as devastating as physical abuse. Psychological abuse can affect your inner thoughts and feelings as well as exert control over your life….

Have you ever felt like this? Like nothing is really worth at try? Like life is hopeless? Have you ever felt powerless? Unable to control your life aiming the afterlife. Unable to control your body and falling inevitably. You brain is miles and miles far away, but your body still weighs, you don’t know how…

MBTI and cognitive functions.

Psychologist Carl Jung was first to observe that our brains have 8 basic, fundamental functions that it performs and that these express themselves differently in each of us. Each of us has a “dominant” function that is our strongest function and the one that comes without any effort. We have: Ni/Ne, Ti/Te, Fi/Fe, Si/Se. Here is…

Mental health awareness month: obsessive- compulsive disorder and personality disorder (OCD)-(OCPD).

Remember this: people diagnosed with  OCD have higher level of determination, they have naturally a good memory and they’re doubly as compelled to learn new things. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a common, chronic and long-lasting disorder in which a person has uncontrollable, reoccurring thoughts (obsessions) and behaviors (compulsions) that he/she feels the urge to repeat…

Mental health awareness month: bipolar disorder.

This is the month of mental ilnesses awareness so let’s talk about the Bipolar Disorder. Remember this: people diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder are four times as capable in art, they have an intense creativity level and they have an increased ability in observing. ” Bipolar disorder is the great stew of mental ilness: a lil…

Mental health awareness month: let’s talk about depression

Remember: people diagnosed with Depression are usually smarter than the average person, they have a better perspective of the world and they see situations more realistically.   Depression is not what you think. Depression is not romantic, it’s not a thing that you can heal with a kiss, it’s not photos in black and white…