I am hearing more and more out-in-the-open discussions about mental health in general during this pandemic, and it's been somewhat uplifting in my mind. We have all known here through the journeys of our lives and the struggles endured that Mental Health is indeed just a part of overall health, and it shouldn't be shameful to disclose.
These have been strange times and a mega challenging year, but I've found the open discussions about mental health to be a welcome change and glad that it's being addressed.
hugs of support to anyone who needs it today - and just because hugs for a wonderful community here.
.From Dr. Nicholas Jenner on his onlinetherapist.blog“I am convinced that codependents come into adulthood seeking the basic connection with others that they failed to find with their parents.In a process of compulsion repetition, they engage in relationships with people similar to their caregivers, trying to solve the original problem.In the specific case of codependency, this means...
1st dad passed away in 2004. This time it was March 2020.The ptsd from my first loss created OCD, which I'd finally gotten under control.But this time it created Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures & sleep paralysis (literally the next night, so I know it's likely connected).So how do I deal with loss? My grandparents & both fathers are gone & I'm disabled, living with my 65 year old mom who helps...