Alienation Category

The Minister’s plans …

Originally posted on section8.scot:
“The qualifications and experience required to be a Child Welfare Reporter will be set by secondary legislation. … We would expect that these criteria would not exclude lawyers …“ Government Response to Stage 1 Report para 105 Ash Denham is Minister for Community Safety. This article examines the development of…

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How do Parental Alienators Operate?

COVERTLEY! Firstly they use the children when they are young enough to manipulate, its very subtle. You may not be aware until your children start to play one parent off against the other. Every time they don’t get their own way over something that you have both agreed to in the past, will suddenly become […]

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Behavioral health vs. mental health

Common mental health illnesses: Depression  Generalized anxiety disorder  Bipolar disorder Schizophrenia  Common behavioral disorders: Substance abuse  Gambling addiction  Self-injury Eating disorders

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If you treat others badly, they have every right to disconnect themselves from you.

How you treat yourself is one thing, but how you treat others is a choice. You don’t get to treat people like trash and then claim no responsibility and blame it on mental illness. Seek help. If someone is is abusive to those around them, mental illness is not an excuse and, if that person is […]

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Psychotic disorders

Psychotic disorders can be triggered by stress, drug or alcohol use, injury, or illness. They can also appear on their own. The following types of disorders may have psychotic symptoms: Bipolar disorder When someone has bipolar disorder, their moods swing from very high to very low. When their mood is high and positive, they may have symptoms […]

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Drug- or alcohol-related psychosis

Psychosis can be triggered by the use of alcohol or drugs, including stimulants such as methamphetamine and cocaine. Hallucinogenic drugs like LSD often cause users to see things that aren’t really there, but this effect is temporary. Some prescription drugs like steroids and stimulants can also cause symptoms of psychosis. People who have an addition to […]

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What happens if psychosis goes untreated?

Psychosis doesn’t have many medical complications. However, if left untreated, it can be challenging for people experiencing psychosis to take good care of themselves. That could cause other illnesses to go untreated. Most people who experience psychosis will recover with proper treatment. The idea that early treatment leads to better outcomes is a standard in medicine. From cancer to coronaries, we find […]

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