Tag Archives: PsychCentral

Mini-Mindfulness Moments | Psych Central Professional


Source: Mini-Mindfulness Moments | Psych Central Professional

Borderline Personality Disorder May Be as Disabling as Bipolar Disorder | Psych Central News


Borderline Personality Disorder May Be as Disabling as Bipolar Disorder | Psych Central News.

Understanding Distortions Of Thinking


http://blogs.psychcentral.com/caregivers/2014/09/understanding-distortions-of-thinking/

Being Borderline Blog


Please check out this brand-new blog from PsychCentral:  http://blogs.psychcentral.com/being-borderline/

HealingFromBPD.org: Coping Effectively When You have Borderline BPD Traits


HealingFromBPD.org: Coping Effectively When You have Borderline BPD Traits.  In this post, Debbie tells us about her 5-part series for PsychCentral, Therapy Soup.  I found it very helpful.

The Psyche’s Way Out of Pain: Dissociation | World of Psychology


The Psyche’s Way Out of Pain: Dissociation | World of Psychology.

Discuss: Talking to Yourself: A Sign of Sanity – Psych Central


I do this all the time.  If someone asks me if I’m talking to them, I’ll say “I was if you were listening, if not, I was just talking to myself.  Kind of half-talking to myself.”

Discuss: Talking to Yourself: A Sign of Sanity – Psych Central.

How to Respond to Insensitive Remarks about Mental Illness | World of Psychology


How to Respond to Insensitive Remarks about Mental Illness | World of Psychology.

Brain Chemistry Altered by Later Life Experience (Part 2) | World of Psychology


Brain Chemistry Altered by Later Life Experience (Part 2) | World of Psychology.

Common Sleep Aid, Ambien, Intensifies Emotional, Negative Memories | Psych Central News


Common Sleep Aid, Ambien, Intensifies Emotional, Negative Memories | Psych Central News.

Invisible, Powerful Childhood Emotional Neglect


Not all abuse is noticeable.  Sometimes it is very insidious, creeping up on you so slowly that you don’t even notice it.  This article from PsychCentral explains how something as innocent as invalidation can wreak havoc on your life when you grow up and not even know why:

http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2013/05/16/invisible-powerful-childhood-emotional-neglect/