Simple Positive Thinking Techniques to Help Conquer the Cynic in You
A few bad feelings-- and how to beat them. Use this positive thinking chart for a boost of positivity whenever you're having a bad day at work! | All About Perspective: A Cynic's Guide to Thinking Positively by blogger Stephanie Ziajka from Diary of a Debutante
Here's How the Brain Makes Memories—and What You Can Do to Keep Your Mind Sharp
Experts are still discovering exactly how our brains make, sort, and store memories. Here’s what we know so far—and a few tips to keep your mind sharp.
Is Preventing Panic Attacks Possible?
People find it impossible to stop panic attacks once they begin. Preventing panic attacks is possible, but you need to seek some help.
I’d go play LEGO and remake the movie in my mind
Memes! A way of describing cultural information being shared. An element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed...
Depersonalization: Clinical Features and Treatment Approaches
by Fugen Neziroglu, Ph.D. & Katharine Donnelly, M.A. Bio-Behavioral Institute Great Neck, NY 11021
People who injure themselves are experiencing overwhelming feelings, like extreme anxiety or tension, and in the moment self-injury may seem to provide a feeling of escape or relief. Some people also experience "depersonalization," which is when a person doesn't feel real, or feels she is outside of her body watching herself. People who feel this way might cut or harm themselves to help themselves feel "real" again. Others cut or injure themselves as a way of punishing themselves.
The adventures of Depersonalized Dolphin: Photo
This little dolphin has depersonalization disorder. Follow his adventures within his mind and his struggling with "real" world. Made by a 21yrs old guy with DPD. My personal blog