disorder

The spectrum of Mental Health disorders is incredibly vast; we showcase the multitude of conditions that affect mood, thinking and behavior.

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Ashley 9 months ago
Borderline Personality Disorder
Every mental disorder comes with many side effects. You may have a few or all of them, but either way, you have that problem. Here are some things I noticed about myself that pointed to borderline per...
Rebecca Johnson9 months ago
I Finally Had the Courage...
I have been suffering from Trichotillomania (Trich) since I was about five years old. I know what my trigger is, my mom. She was always and still is very verbally abusive to me, starting from an early...
...... 9 months ago
On the Borderline
The questions "what's it like to live with borderline personality disorder?" always seems to throw me. I've been asked it so many times in the past two years since getting the diagnosis that you'd thi...
McKayla Sillitoe9 months ago
Developing Misophonia at a Young Age
When you are seventeen years old, it's common to listen to your younger siblings running rampant throughout the house squealing at the top of their lungs and respond by getting irritated with how loud...
Tristan L9 months ago
Happiness Can Be Sad
It may seem like a crazy idea to think always being happy can be sad. I'm not entirely happy with my life, but in recent years, it's been rather peaceful. I'll have fits of anger and frustration and a...
Sage Fear10 months ago
Intrusive Thoughts
So, before we go on with this, I would like to give a quick warning. If you are sensitive to topics about mental illness and everything that goes with it, please don't read on. We will be discussing i...
Kendra Terry10 months ago
PTSD, Depression, Bipolar, and Anxiety Disorders
PTSD. The definition as said from Google translation is "a condition of persistent mental and emotional stress occurring as a result of injury or severe psychological shock, typically involving distur...
Tarin Crowell10 months ago
The Diary of a Repressed Alter...
Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways. - Sigmund Freud
Tarin Crowell10 months ago
"I Think Something Is Wrong..."
DISCLAIMER: I am not a psychologist and I am writing from personal experience. This is NOT to be used as a diagnostic tool but a stepping stone to better mental health habits and is a biography rather...
Dasha Willis10 months ago
A Letter to My Eating Disorder
Dear Ana and Mia, This letter is to say thank you! Now that might seem slightly odd, thanking you for all the tough years you have put me through—17 years to be exact! I don’t thank you for the hurt a...
Nancy D10 months ago
Everything ADHD
Hello! Thank you for checking out my blog! I tried to break it up into smaller pieces to help the ADHD mind absorb as much info as possible. Please let me know if you liked it! :)
Jaquelyn Skaggs10 months ago
Overcoming Obsessive Thoughts
I went through a period in my life where my thoughts became extremely obsessive. I would repeat certain phrases in my head over and over again until I felt a peace wash over me. I thought the phrases ...
My Secret Compulsion and the Journey to Overcome It
The vast majority of people will never come across the term 'maladaptive daydreaming'. Indeed, until recently, neither had I. By chance, I stumbled across an article online which looked vaguely intere...
Sanjeet Sainia year ago
I Am, You Are, Everybody Is...
What does it mean to be insane? Someone who commits a terrible crime, or possibly someone who is an enigma of society? What about you, when you jokingly plan to push your least favourite teacher down ...
Maura Dudasa year ago
My First Dysfunctional Relationship: Anorexia
My story is not a unique one. Almost everyone suffers from some sort of eating disorder in their life. I was anorexic for four years. I'm saying was because I do not consciously continue the practice ...
Kimberly Alcorna year ago
Who I Didn’t Want to Be
I’ve been dealing with Trichotillomania (compulsive hair-pulling) my entire life, but it has only been extreme for the last six years. For the first twenty-two years, it was just a weird thing I secre...
Rasma Raistersa year ago
The Compulsion to Write
The need to write: It was interesting to discover that the compulsion to write can also be excessive and a disease. It left me wondering if perhaps in my life there have been symptoms which I never to...
Heather Buscemia year ago
Mental Illness and Me
What is there to say? I am going to be writing some sort of a diary or journal for you and the world. I figure it may help me through some of the feelings and emotions that I have every day. I am putt...