7 Burst results for "Bipolar Depression Anxiety"

"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

04:33 min | 3 months ago

"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Those kind of things let them know that you are here for them. And the question is, I don't think before, I say to someone, you don't seem like yourself. It's something going on, would you like to talk to me? If they say no, I will go around and say to him, well, just so you know I am here if you want to. And they've said no, they don't want to talk to me at the moment, but I've given them permission to come to me when it's ready for them. And quite often, that person will be quiet for a few seconds and go, actually. I'm going for this. And people are just looking for the permission to be able to talk, I think, because people think, oh, they don't want to hear my crap. They've got all their own stuff to deal with. You know, my first world problems and blah blah blah. But it's all relative. We all have our own life it's relative to us. It's our struggles and I think it's just make it be important to let people know that you are there for them. That's the biggest thing. And I've been doing this for 6 years now, something like that and publicly talking about it on things like podcasts like that. And locally, I live in a small town in South of England, talking by the sea. And locally, if I go out for an evening, guarantee, I'll have at least one or two people come up to me and say, you're the guy that doesn't mental health stuff, aren't you? Okay, yes, yeah, right. And well, I've been going through this and it just opened up and tell me stuff anyway because they know that I'm a state of space. I haven't even had to ask them the question. And I think we can all do that for our publicly all over the Internet, but we can do that for our social group and our support group. So we all look after one another, really. I think there's for me personally the way that I consume social media is a lot of people do. I see a lot of talk about mental health and actually it's the kind of talk that does make me grimace a bit I have to be honest because it's almost like this polished version of mental health of his 5 slides swipe through to know whether you are a high performing something or other. Whereas I think what I really appreciate what you about what you do and what the lion's barber collective does is it's incredibly practical. It's not fluffing anywhere or trying to sort of make it a status. It is just here are the facts. People struggle with their mental health and they don't feel as though they can talk. Here's how to let people know it's okay to be struggling and be to talk. Yeah, well, we all need to love and be loved and we all need to belong. That's basic human needs. We all need those things. And we all have mental health as we all have physical health. It isn't a label. For so long, we considered mental health as something that's like over here that someone else people have. It's a clinical diagnosis of bipolar depression anxiety, suicide, whatever. And people then, I think, because it's more awareness about it perhaps people are self diagnosing. I've got this, so I've got that. But actually, we all have mental health. We all have anxiety. We all have bad days. We all have, you know, you could have a bad night's sleep, and then something happens, and then you just we all have bad days. We all lose people. We always lose jobs. And I think it's about recognizing that and teaching each other to be able to look after each other. Listen, ask, keep yourself mentally well, like, how do you keep yourself mentally well? We know what we should be doing physically who's been drawn into us for so long, but mentally people don't really know how to do that. If you had a cold, you'd now have to look after it, wouldn't you know how to make yourself feel a bit better, but if you just have a really bad day, people think, oh, I've just got to get on with it. I've got to get on with it. I've got to go to work. I've got to do this. I've got. I think it's about realizing that. And realizing that we're on this scale. But like you said, there are a lot of things out there that are, I think sometimes it's glamorizing it or sensationalizing it. And I think there's a lot of people that are talking about it, maybe not for the right reasons. I don't know, but I think it is quite a sort of finger pointing as well. And I think actually we should be pointing to fingers back at ourselves and looking after each other because it is doable. It is doable to a coffee truck. And I'm not trying to say that we've taken away the professionals or we're better than medicine or medicines bad or because I think it's a combination of everything. It's about having this community, the support, the connection, the intimacy, the touch, the trust, and also if you need it, support group CBT, antidepressants, whatever it is you need to have a combination of all them to keep you safe. It's important. But it's about building that support group around you. And hopefully, as a hand beauty industry, we can make a little bit of a difference because here in the UK 72% of people who take their life have had no contact with mental health services.

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"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

"I don't have a therapist yet. Currently looking for a trauma therapist. My parents divorced when i was six. My mom's boyfriend molested me at age. Nine she didn't believe me for a long time. My dad came back quote as friends to help him get up alcohol. I think i was about twelve at thirteen. I was raped by my boyfriend in field. I started running away from home. My dad left because he couldn't handle me running away. I started doing drugs and being promiscuous. I stopped at seventeen in got with my now husband. I have cheated and have six kids. But here's the thing. I still feel the need to be wanted by other people liked. What sam forty. I have twenty year olds my. Dm's wanting me to be there. Cougar actually want people to want me. My husband chose me affection. Don't get me wrong. But i would like someone else. Allies the time to. I can get where my fucked up past 'cause my bipolar depression anxiety. Ptsd but to be like this. What the heck. Thank you for listening. So good question. I think there will be elements of this that resonate with a lot of people here So thank you for asking it. I'm glad that you're looking for therapist. You mentioned that you're looking for a trauma therapist which is really important because not everybody does specialize in trauma work so really good instincts there to be looking for trauma based therapist Also just want to say that. I feel for you. You know. i'm. I'm sorry that you've been through so much you didn't deserve it. You're not responsible for it. And i'm glad that you're here that you're alive and able to ask this question both for yourself and for anybody else that benefits from hearing what i say to you. So thank you for that. And as i said. I'm glad that you're here. This is sort of a complex layered question. I think there's a few important threads to tease apart here. First off Let's talk about desire versus action right. Because i think it's one hundred percent absolutely totally normal to have attraction to people other than your partner that you committed to that could be romantic sexual or otherwise But i think that this is something that society and movies and Maybe our own sort of internalize. Jealousy tells us that we're not supposed to do that. We're supposed to somehow turn this off completely when we commit to being with another person romantically and you know people are different. There are certainly some people where the romantic or sexual interests and other people really fades or dwindles or basically goes away when they commit to somebody. But that's not the case for everybody and there's nothing wrong with that. There's absolutely nothing wrong with having Feelings right what you do about. Those feelings is a different story right. You're allowed to have whatever private thoughts you want. You know you can enjoy whatever kind of attention you might run into in daily life But you need to make a choice about how you engage with that with those thoughts with desires without attention. Whatever it might be you need to make a choice about what you do about that. How you engage with that. Are you going to be actively drawing in that attention playing into it. You know actively flirting are you allowed to talk about attractions with your partner with other people. What are you gonna do about that.

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Q&A: Why Do I Still Crave Attention?

The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

03:18 min | 10 months ago

Q&A: Why Do I Still Crave Attention?

"I don't have a therapist yet. Currently looking for a trauma therapist. My parents divorced when i was six. My mom's boyfriend molested me at age. Nine she didn't believe me for a long time. My dad came back quote as friends to help him get up alcohol. I think i was about twelve at thirteen. I was raped by my boyfriend in field. I started running away from home. My dad left because he couldn't handle me running away. I started doing drugs and being promiscuous. I stopped at seventeen in got with my now husband. I have cheated and have six kids. But here's the thing. I still feel the need to be wanted by other people liked. What sam forty. I have twenty year olds my. Dm's wanting me to be there. Cougar actually want people to want me. My husband chose me affection. Don't get me wrong. But i would like someone else. Allies the time to. I can get where my fucked up past 'cause my bipolar depression anxiety. Ptsd but to be like this. What the heck. Thank you for listening. So good question. I think there will be elements of this that resonate with a lot of people here So thank you for asking it. I'm glad that you're looking for therapist. You mentioned that you're looking for a trauma therapist which is really important because not everybody does specialize in trauma work so really good instincts there to be looking for trauma based therapist Also just want to say that. I feel for you. You know. i'm. I'm sorry that you've been through so much you didn't deserve it. You're not responsible for it. And i'm glad that you're here that you're alive and able to ask this question both for yourself and for anybody else that benefits from hearing what i say to you. So thank you for that. And as i said. I'm glad that you're here. This is sort of a complex layered question. I think there's a few important threads to tease apart here. First off Let's talk about desire versus action right. Because i think it's one hundred percent absolutely totally normal to have attraction to people other than your partner that you committed to that could be romantic sexual or otherwise But i think that this is something that society and movies and Maybe our own sort of internalize. Jealousy tells us that we're not supposed to do that. We're supposed to somehow turn this off completely when we commit to being with another person romantically and you know people are different. There are certainly some people where the romantic or sexual interests and other people really fades or dwindles or basically goes away when they commit to somebody. But that's not the case for everybody and there's nothing wrong with that. There's absolutely nothing wrong with having Feelings right what you do about. Those feelings is a different story right. You're allowed to have whatever private thoughts you want. You know you can enjoy whatever kind of attention you might run into in daily life But you need to make a choice about how you engage with that with those thoughts with desires without attention. Whatever it might be you need to make a choice about what you do about that. How you engage with that. Are you going to be actively drawing in that attention playing into it. You know actively flirting are you allowed to talk about attractions with your partner with other people. What are you gonna do about that.

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"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on The Hardcore Self Help Podcast with Duff the Psych

"Then letting it go and grieving that so that you can create a new version of your life that can be equally good or better but it is different. I think that's super important and so to me. It also really really symbolizes. That which i think is an important thing for for everybody. Some excited just little personal news from from me there but yeah why don't we go ahead and get into the questions before i keep rambling about myself and you guys don't like that so much in some of you can't please everyone but what i can do is start dan questions so here we go question okay so before again to question one I will say you cannot hear it too much. But there assist cricket that is loud as fuck and it is like. I don't know if it's inside the office with me or right outside the window. But i keep trying to like scare it off. Fort lake make noise to make it go away and it will stop until i sit down and start recording again and then it starts making all this noise again so hopefully you guys can't hear too bad for me at like. Oh my god. You're driving me absolutely insane. Oh goodness gracious but yeah let's go ahead and just get into the question. I'm going to try my best to ignore it. So i one reads okay. I don't have a therapist yet. Currently looking for a trauma therapist. My parents divorced when i was six. My mom's boyfriend molested me at age. Nine she didn't believe me for a long time. My dad came back quote as friends to help him get up alcohol. I think i was about twelve at thirteen. I was raped by my boyfriend in field. I started running away from home. My dad left because he couldn't handle me running away. I started doing drugs and being promiscuous. I stopped at seventeen in got with my now husband. I have cheated and have six kids. But here's the thing. I still feel the need to be wanted by other people liked. What sam forty. I have twenty year olds my. Dm's wanting me to be there. Cougar actually want people to want me. My husband chose me affection. Don't get me wrong. But i would like someone else. Allies the time to. I can get where my fucked up past 'cause my bipolar depression anxiety. Ptsd but to be like this. What the heck. Thank you for listening. So good question..

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"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"And i'm so proud of our team because i couldn't do this alone. You should be proud of it. That's something to be incredibly proud of him and you are literally changing. Lives every single day. And i know there are some veterans and fire nation. Who are listening to this podcast. But i know that there are a lot of people in my audience. Who know veterans in your family. Your friend group. Peer group fire nation. So please please please like i mentioned in the introduction. Do these individuals an unbelievable favor and tell them about this podcast. We can learn from brian. So they can get into this program they can start reaping the rewards that they deserve. Because you do deserve it. My fellow veterans out. There you really doing. Let's just kind of share brian. Some common disabilities that you find in your veteran audience. First and foremost. I think one of the most common things that we see our mental health issues. And look. i'm gonna be vulnerable at right here with y'all i personally suffer from. Ptsd bipolar depression anxiety. These are things that jail. The is an officer and you can probably relate to this. I was embarrassed. And i was really afraid to talk about mental hell with anyone. I mean there were people in my family who who i hadn't even told i think they can probably look back and go. Yup that makes sense. But i just wasn't willing to be open and honest invulnerable vulnerable about this stuff So so look. Every veteran alive experienced trauma. Okay now you may be. Maybe it's not combat trauma okay. But it doesn't have to be combat related trauma. We all experienced things for better for worse that changed the way the change who we are for the rest of our lives and so mental health conditions. Jail the is probably the most common thing we see the other thing is. There's a lot of physical disabilities that veteran suffer from shoulder issues. Back problems neck issues foot pain so things like plantar fasciitis. There's a high value secondary condition known as ridiculous apathy lot of vets have cervical spine issues. That can lead to radiating. Pain call particular pathy. So that's a high value claim as well so now but primarily i would say mental health sleep apnea migraine. Headaches gird ib s so gas resolved. You'll reflux disease irritable bowel syndrome..

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"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

Mental Health In Minnesota

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota

"Dot Org. Few navigate to the Education Slash Awareness Menu Tab Then you can see the link to fax sheets the CBT fact sheets in the third section the treatment section there's a version for adults and version for youth and read this fact sheet on CBS it's not very long about seven paragraphs and then also after this interview I was looking at the fact sheet on obsessive compulsive disorder OCD, which Danny talks about, and and that fact sheet it talks about how there are two types of psycho. Therapy's that are helpful for cheating. And it lists exposure in response therapy not. As well as cognitive behavioral therapy CVT so on that fact sheets listing those as two separate things. And just a short paragraph on the ERT exposure in response therapy the fact sheet it says Ert exposes a person to the cause of their anxiety. For example, a person with a fear of germs may be asked by a doctor or therapist to their hand on something considered dirty such as a doorknob afterwards they will refrain from washing their hands. The length of time between touching the DOORKNOB and washing hands becomes longer and longer That's just a a paragraph on the. Fact Sheet about. OCD and then I'm going to read the CBT factsheet. And then we'll move onto the conversation. I had with Dani, Evans. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy C. is an empirically supported treatment that focuses on patterns of thinking that are maladaptive and the beliefs that underlie such thinking for example, a person who is depressed may have the belief I'm worthless, and a person with a phobia may have the belief. I am endanger while the person in distress likely holds such beliefs with great conviction with a therapists. Therapists help the individual is encouraged to view such beliefs as hypotheses rather than facts and to test out such beliefs by running experiments, furthermore, those in distress are encouraged to monitor and log thoughts that pop into their minds called automatic thoughts in order to enable them to determine what patterns of biases in thinking exist and to develop more adaptive alternatives to their thoughts. People who seek CBT can expect their therapist to be active problem focused and goal directed studies of CBT have demonstrated its usefulness for a wide variety of problems, including mood disorders, anxiety, disorders, personality, disorders, eating disorders, Substance Abuse Disorders and psychotic disorders. While a full description of treatment and presenting problems, for which it is useful is beyond the scope of this brief overview, a brief summary of several treatments will be presented, CBD has been shown to be as useful as anti depressant medication for individuals with depression, and is superior in preventing relapse patients, receiving CBT for depression are encouraged to schedule activities in order to increase the amount of pleasure. They experience in addition. Depressed patients learn how to restructure negative thought patterns in order to interpret their environment in a less biased way. CPT for bipolar disorder is used as an adjunct to Maj Medication Treatment and focuses on psycho education about the disorder and understanding cues and triggers for relapse. Studies indicate that patients who receive CBT in addition to treatment with medication have better outcomes than patients who do not receive CBT adjunctive treatment. CBT is also useful treatment for anxiety disorders, patients who experience persistent panic attacks are encouraged to test out believes they have related to such attacks such as specific fears related to bodily sensations and to develop realistic responses to such beliefs. This treatment is very effective for those who experience such problems. Patients who experience obsessions and compulsions are guided to expose themselves to what they fear and beliefs surrounding their fears are identified and modified. The same is true for people with phobias, including phobias of animals or phobias of evaluation by others termed social, phobia. Those in treatment are exposed to what they fear and beliefs that have served to maintain such fears are targeted for modification. I'M GONNA. Stop reading the fact sheet there. There's a little more you can read that online if you'd like and I certainly encourage people to take a look at all the other fact, sheets that are available on the nominee Minnesota website Nami dot org. and we'll move into this conversation I had with Danny. It was recorded on April seventeenth. Two, thousand twenty enjoy. Danny thanks for joining us today new start by telling our listeners a little background about yourself. specifically how you got involved with Nami when that was and what? You're doing now with Nami. Sure I perform a rap style of poetry, called Gift Wrap. Poetry and I take mental illness and addiction awareness. And I performed a couple of times the non walk. In two thousand, eighteen, nineteen on the side where people pass and just perform. And I've also performed some some support classes. Family to family group Yes. My wife led a couple of those, and she invited me to to do poems, and tell my story of recovery, and I also do in our own voice, which is a program by Nami where I give my story or testimony to different audiences, and I'm recovery from mental illnesses, including bipolar depression, anxiety and Kind worried now okay. and then so you mentioned family to family in. Was that the the family to family twelve class that they had to in on one part. Yes came in. I in twice more each year. That's cool. Yeah, I just wanted to to point out to listeners. The distinction between Nami has the family to Family Class A twelve week class, and then there are also family support groups ongoing that you don't need to register for so there's two different things there and then in our own voice. That's awesome that you're doing that. Getting out and sharing personal recovery stories. and then so did you call it gift wrap poetry. Yet rat poetry OK P dropped wr up. And they went before. Do you just use your own name or do you have any sort of stage name or My stage name is Dan Tripoli. It goes along with my initials and. Album today on April seventeenth. That talks about. Family God and recovery because my faith and Gardiner important in my mental illness recovery so. I kind of just. It's fast poetry, but there's no music to it. This is my studio recorded album called Dad Tripoli because we just had a kid. My son Isaac back in August and he's been an inspiration for me and it's just awesome so cool she's. So. Can you tell me and listeners how you ended up? See bt. Yeah So the form I did was exposure therapy, and it was a a therapist were I used to live in Texas suburb Dallas. Got Interest introduced to in high school in Early College. I worked at target at the time, and it was always afraid of. Straightening the aisles and stuff like that and. especially like. Aisles with glass liked lightbulb. And because sometimes I find broken glass. No be afraid of. That I would hurt somebody if I didn't clean up all the way or like obsessive compulsive disorder, and I have intrusive.

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"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"bipolar depression anxiety" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"We're here. Eight to ten weeknights. Appreciate you. Joining us on the line. We have with us special guest, Elliott joy, she is a speaker and a writer about mental and physical illness abuse race body image, poverty, and hope she lives with bipolar, depression, anxiety and chronic health problems as the author of a new book called glorious weakness discovering God in all we lack and the topic tonight. As I understand it. At least the first topic wanted discuss tonight with MS joy is mental illness. The the state of how we deal with that as a society how we deal with it as individuals and also from a Christian perspective if there's any particular care or support that can be provided from that faith tradition. So let's dive right into tonight. You can join us as well. By the way, six five one nine eight nine five eight five five is the number to contribute to the show. And let's get started with joy, thanks for joining us tonight Elliott. Having me. Absolutely. So let's start with just kind of getting to know each other and Nathan as well all three of us have our own personal anecdotal experiences with with mental health issues. I personally grew up with a mother who she's been disabled since she was twenty one years old since before I was born and suffers from from manic, depression, bipolar, whatever the term is that they call it nowadays. I know what shifted a couple of times over the course of my lifetime. And in her case, it's extraordinarily severe. I mean, the the medical management of it has gotten much better than it was when I was a kid it used to be you could set the clock by her nervous breakdowns as they used to call them. I don't know if they still call them that. But she would be hospitalized. What's that? Not usually. Okay. Well, that's what we call them back in the day. That's what I knew them as and that's and that's what they call them when she would be hospitalized, and it would happen like once a year like clockwork and as a kid when you're a kid everything's normal. Right. So, you know, I I didn't think of my experiences being particularly traumatic or or formative or anything along those lines. But then of course, as I got older, I started to realize you mean, everybody's Bob doesn't doesn't lose it. Go for for a period of time. And and also just the unique experience of having a mom who stay at home. Mom, who wasn't staying home because it was a value. She had chosen she was staying home because she cannot deal with beat with having a job. And you know as as somebody who broadcasts on a conservative talk radio station. At who has been a conservative mind tire life. I'm well familiar with the the kinds of things get said about people who are who claim some disability that keeps them for being able to work. And I'm going to acknowledge are is there abuse of that type of system absolutely without question. But I can testify to the fact that my mom is incapable and has been my entire life of holding down a job. I know because when when I was fifteen years old we had like this ad hoc one off job that we took catering. And it was a disaster. It was it like just the there's something about I also have by the way, a son who is on the autism spectrum. And it's kind of similar where there's this. These kinds of expectations of things going certain way and win the.

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