Mental Health Psychology

Mental Health Psychology

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Mental Health Psychology is an app that help you understand the problem faced by some people that may seem to behave visibly different from the rest. This has largely something to do with psychology and how the mind of these people works. If you are studying psychology or is interested in knowing more about Mental Health psychology, then this is the best app to download!

How would you feel when the whole world is crumbling down before you and the people whom you consider to show concern for you seem to be avoiding you or drifting away because of the unusual behavior you may have been exhibiting?

The feeling of depression becomes more intense and you will just continue to spiral down until you resort to drugs or suicide in order to put a stop to the unresolved feeling.
Sometimes, we look at people suffering from mental illness with disdain. We tend to be scared, as if the illness can contaminate us. We isolate, reject, or even ridicule a person with mental illness. Has it crossed your mind about how you would like to be treated if it happened to you?
Mental health issues can be caused by a lot of factors such biochemical imbalances in the brain, nutrient deficiencies, as well as toxins.

In mental health, it can also be genetics, inability to cope, poor social skills, or a reaction to a negative experience. The anxiety and depression being felt are signs of deeper psychological issues.

Psychiatrist Stanislav Grof used the term “Spiritual emergency” in describing the state of mental illness while psychiatrist Peter Breggin coined the term “psychospiritual overwhelm”. Both phrases take the mystery out of the diagnosis by describing a process. It connotes an experience, not a stigmatized label that can last a lifetime.

In mental health, if psychosis is not a life-long condition but a temporary response similar to a runny nose when we have a cold, then there is something we can do to empower those people who are undergoing mental distress.
If we can learn to read the warning signs of an impending cold, then we can learn to interpret the deeper cause and meaning of psychological overwhelm. By taking time to explore our feelings instead of reacting to them, we can definitely make some headway.

In mental health, there is nothing to be afraid of emotions. Feelings shouldn't be denied. There's a reason why such feelings or emotions exist. By deciphering them early on we have the chance to negate their snowballing effect.
The body and the mind will always try to find balance or regain equilibrium no matter how filled with emotion a person is. But often we need prodding to grapple with uncomfortable feelings, to get to their root. Deep emotion is not something we understand well in this society. It is reserved for poets and artists.

When we are feeling down, or we had a bad day, creative approaches, such as music, art, visualization or tracking can help channel emotion and the senses into a realm we can easily understand. Not only do they take the pressure off of a potentially explosive and disempowering personal experience, but they can also be used to discover our own uniqueness. They enable us to know ourselves in ways we never thought possible and ultimately, to make us stronger in what is often an alienating and stress-inducing world.

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Comments and ratings for Mental Health Psychology
  • (56 stars)

    by Abdulai Yakubu on 20/04/2014

    Very lovely

  • (56 stars)

    by Savannah Rae on 31/03/2014

    Incorrect information to da max

  • (56 stars)

    by Steve C on 12/02/2014

    Who ever wrote this book is a complete moron. Besidse, obviously by all the grammar errors, this book is based on one person,s opinion instead of facts. I have several of these illnesses and what I know is completely different from what they are saying. This is a good way to start a lawsuit

  • (56 stars)

    by sara bell on 31/12/2013

    Badly written

  • (56 stars)

    by Gil T Rodello on 18/09/2013

    Very biased and ill informed. Looks to be written in 1961--- ugh. Disgusting.

  • (56 stars)

    by Saskia Black on 13/04/2013

    Pure fiction

  • (56 stars)

    by Tom James on 06/02/2013

    Dont expect too much as its free