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  1. burt tomato

    The Reason for Suffering by Silver Birch

    All suffering automatically brings its own reward because it touches the soul and, in doing so, gives it a greater awareness of the higher, deeper and more profound aspects of the universe.” He told the circle on one occasion: “Your world does not understand the function of pain and...
  2. burt tomato

    Important message directly from the afterlife

    "We do not seek to terrify you with threats of punishment. We do not seek to make you craven cowards, living your lives because of fear. We strive to make you realize the latent divinity...
  3. pepecat

    Branching out - forest walks and outdoor activities in Scotland

    Branching Out - Forestry Commission Scotland 'Branching Out is an innovative development for adults who use mental health services in Scotland. For each client, the service consists of around three hours of activities per week in a woodland setting, over 12 weeks. Activities are adapted to...
  4. M

    Family members reactions to bdp

    People with BPD are prone to feeling angry at members of their family and alienated from them. On their part, family members often feel angry and helpless at how their BPD family members relate to them.[10] A study in 2003 found that family members' experiences of burden, emotional distress...
  5. E

    Well I got my lable, so now it is ok to be crazy

    It usually rains in Seattle Washington. Those kids I got to tell yah. This Boy.... had the Gaul to question and live long enough.... all those grunge kids that are left over, what to do with them, we could slowly take their instrurments away with greater chemical arts, let do that...... Until...
  6. Kerome

    Eight Essentials to Forgiveness

    We have all suffered hurts and betrayals. Choosing to forgive is a way to release the distress that arises again and again from the memory of these incidents—but forgiveness is often a long and difficult process. This exercise outlines several steps that are essential to the process of...
  7. cpuusage

    The Mystic Heart: Discovering a Universal Spirituality in the World's Religions

    The Mystic Heart: Discovering a Universal Spirituality in the World's Religions By Wayne Teasdale https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Teasdale Synopsis Realize a greater truth with this uplifting guide to mysticism * Explores the power of a universal spirituality and its nine practical...
  8. N

    Out during the day - Sunday, shopping centre greater London

    Hi all, I might be on here for during the course of the morning, and then I'll be taking myself out for part of the day, to shopping centre mall in the greater london area. I'll re logg on and catch up, late afternoon or during the evening. No acute or severe mental health problems, at...
  9. J

    why can't I get through this?

    I've suffered from depression since I was 12/13 years old I'm now 21 when I was younger I selfharmed everyday and had about 5/6 faild suicide attempts this affected my education and then my dad died and everything seemed to escalte I have been in and out of therapy since my mum caught me...
  10. cpuusage

    Synchronicity, Intentionality, and Archetypal Meaning in Therapy

    Synchronicity, Intentionality, and Archetypal Meaning in Therapy Abstract “Synchronicity, Intentionality, and Archetypal Meaning in Therapy” addresses the frequent occurrences of synchronicity in psychotherapy and their potential influence on the therapeutic relationship. Such synchronicities...
  11. H

    What is your favorite quote?

    Here is mine: "You can be greater than anything that can happen to you"
  12. F

    Children bullied by peers ‘at greater mental health risk’

    Children who are bullied are at greater risk of mental health problems in later life than those who are maltreated by adults, according to research. The authors of the study say it is time that bullying is taken more seriously. They found children who were bullied were five times more likely to...
  13. C

    Winging it: Antidepressants and Plane Crashes

    DavidHealy.org | Winging it: Antidepressants and Plane Crashes The crash last week of the Germanwings plane has shocked many. In view of the apparent mental health record of the co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, questions have been asked about the screening policies of airlines. The focus has...
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    West Sussex

    Chichester, Worthing, Bognor Regis and Littlehampton West Sussex Horizons Worthing area - 01903 239758 Chichester area - 01243 538878 Bognor area - 01243 840933 Our service caters for the needs of individuals recovering from, or living with mental illness. We aim to provide accommodation...
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    Greater Manchester

    Altrincham Altrincham Anxiety Group St George’s Church Parish Centre Church Walk Altrincham WA14 4DB 0161 226 3871 communityservices@selfhelpservices.org.uk Every Monday, 1:00-3:00 pm (except Bank Holidays) The Altrincham Anxiety Group is a safe environment to share personal experiences and...
  16. Davey Blueeyes

    To post or not to post?

    I don't know if I should post? People here have much greater concerns than me :low:
  17. pepecat

    Request for potential participants for a documentary on BPD.

    Please note this has been approved by the mods. Dear All, My name is Maximiliano Braun (you can call me Max) and I am a reportage photographer and film maker. I am producing a documentary and photographic reportage on BPD with the aim to help audiences understand it better and help with the...
  18. M

    Terrible anxiety destroyed my relationship

    Hi all my wife left me a year ago and I have had two relationship since. This first was to soon. But the second was good but an incident with her ex. Has made me very question everything when I'm with her I'm down anxious and when away greater anxiety I thought I could get through it. I'm taking...
  19. M

    How is it we still fight despite our depression?

    Now how is it that people with depression/emotional numbness and/or with any other type of suffering are able to still have a positive perspective in life and are able to find value and worth in their lives anyway? It would be because they think that suffering and despair has value/worth and...
  20. E

    The desire for well being

    Before I start, this is a ramble from my heart. I YEARN for your approval, for your response to my suffering, whoever you are in this world. I seek only your response, just to find your view of this complicated world to help with my own insight. Such is the beauty of language. Surely I could...