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  1. Deadheading

    Interesting video about BPD and loneliness

    YouTube Seems interesting enough. The part where he says we can feel alone in a large group of people is the story of my life. My a-hole ex-relatives did that to me, yet somehow I'm in the wrong for getting mad at them. They frickin' deserved to get hurt by me.
  2. Kerome

    Bhagwan: The God that Failed

    I’ve just finished reading Hugh Milne’s book Bhagwan: The God that Failed, you can find it as a pdf on the web, and I found it a very interesting read. It’s about the authors time spent with the guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, who later changed his name to Osho. In a way it’s a very mixed book...
  3. Kerome

    Stephen Fry has bipolar I...

    I just saw this fragment of a bbc interview in which he talked about his addiction and his bipolar I diagnosis, very interesting.
  4. Riverfairy

    Well hello everyone :)

    Am happy to be registered and look forward to having many interesting and deep conversations ... as well as a lil banter of course ;)
  5. L

    We can't choose how others see us

    We Can’t Choose How Others See Us – Personal Growth – Medium As someone who was bullied at school and tried to change to 'fit in', this is interesting. You can't make others see you as you see yourself.
  6. Kerome

    Mental Health among farmers in the US

    Interesting article which describes how farmers are under pressure. Why are America's farmers killing themselves in record numbers? | US news | The Guardian
  7. R

    Hi All - I'm New

    Hi to everyone, Well i'm a psychotherapist, CBT Practitioner, Counsellor and Hypnotherapist from Leeds, UK. I joined a week ago and thought I would finally say hi to you all. This looks like a really interesting site. so I am looking forward to getting stuck in, learning new things and...
  8. Funnyday

    Crisis! What Crisis!?!

    The crisis team just left after watching me take my clozapine tablets. They asked me when they were here. If I would take the tablets if they weren't here to witness me I said that I disagree with the diagnosis, but it would be foolish to stop medication. Without first having proof for my...
  9. B


    Hi, I never know what to write on these sorts of things so I'll just try be relevant to the forum. I'm Beth, I'm 22, and suffer with major depression and anxiety,( and likely BPD but my therapist told me being diagnosed wasn't important as the treatment is the same as what they're already...
  10. S

    People who have been dead talk about what death was like.

    Found it on reddit: [Serious] Redditors who have been clinically dead and then revived/resuscitated: What did dying feel like? Did you see anything whilst passed on? : AskReddit It's very interesting.
  11. W

    New to The Forum - My Storu

    Hi, My name is Dave, I'm 33 years old and I have been suffering from anxiety & latterly depression for around 15 years. I only decided to get treatment for the condition around 3 years ago and it's been a tough time since. Dave

    Mental illness sufferer's fight for right to die in Canada

    Mental illness sufferer's fight for right to die in Canada - BBC News This story does bring up the thorny issue of Assisted dying for mental health issues. It is also interesting as the sufferer appears physically well from his appearance, how many of us also suffer like this?
  13. cpuusage


    i find this interesting & may interest others, for healing & spiritual practise - Mudra - Wikipedia http://www.naturalhealthyteam.com/hold-the-hand-position/
  14. cpuusage

    Methylation Deficiency / Disregulation?

    Google 'Methylation Deficiency'. Could be part of the puzzle for some people. It's an interesting little area of research anyway. Methylation: What it is and how it affects you | Samantha Gilbert
  15. cpuusage

    Energetic Anatomy: A Complete Guide to the Human Energy Fields and Etheric Bodies

    Energetic Anatomy: A Complete Guide to the Human Energy Fields and Etheric Bodies Thought that this was quite an interesting article with an overview on the subject - Energetic Anatomy: A Complete Guide to the Human Energy Fields and Etheric Bodies - Prepare for Change
  16. Kerome

    An interesting writer

    Ann Marie Chiasson, MD-Integrative & Energy Medicine Credentials Home: Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine
  17. Kerome

    Interesting program "the secret life of 4 year olds"

    I'm not sure if it's available outside the Netherlands but this was very interesting, following a mixed group of 4 year olds, male and female, in a variety of social settings with several psychologists commenting and influencing the situations to illustrate various behaviour. Things like...
  18. cpuusage

    The Perilous Path Towards Awakening

    Quite a long but interesting article - The Perilous Path Towards Awakening – Piercing the Veil of Reality
  19. Nikita

    Wednesday 30th November 2016/TV Program Channel 4 10pm on self harm/Kids On The Edge

    Wednesday 30th November 2016/TV Program Channel 4 10pm on self harm/Kids On The Edge Starting any minute now a program on self harm and suicide being major problems for teenagers,should be interesting to watch going to watch it now!Mainly girls that are self harming.
  20. Kerome

    Carrie Fisher talks bipolair on The Guardian

    Maybe interesting short interview for a few people... Ask Carrie Fisher: I'm bipolar – how do you feel at peace with mental illness? | Life and style | The Guardian