Tag: Treatment

  • What are the signs and symptoms of depression in men?

     “Don’t buy into the lie that to struggle with mental health means you are any less of a person or a man.” – Kevin, Victoria, BC and Toronto, Ontario, Canada This is the  continuation of Men And Depression. As a male suffering with being bi-polar it is important that we need men to step forward to share […]

  • Men And Depression

    I am using information from National Institute Of Mental Health There will be several posts that I will post with the source mentioned above. Introduction Men and women both experience depression but their symptoms can be very different. Because men who are depressed may appear to be angry or aggressive instead of sad, their families, […]

  • Normal!

    “I didn’t want normal until I didn’t have it anymore” ― Maggie Stiefvater,Lament: The Faerie Queen’s Deception Normal – definition, adjective conforming to the standard or the common type; usual; not abnormal; regular; natural; serving to establish a standard. Psychology. approximately average in any psychological trait, as intelligence, personality, or emotional adjustment. free from any mental […]

  • We Have A Lot of Heroes!

    Just be yourself and be upfront about your expectations and desires. Don’t be ambiguous and play hard to get. It doesn’t work. You’ll end up in the friend zone. Mike Posner Read more at https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/upfront-quotes I have not always been open in sharing my life, I mean I kept people at a distance.  I didn’t […]

  • A Re Blog: Opioid PainKillers and Reducing Risk — Dr. Daniel Francis

    Pain is an unpleasant experience that cannot deny anyone. The causes of pain can be acute or chronic and have several underlying medical reasons. Finding the safest and most effective treatment or medication to manage pain can be a challenge for anyone. Recently, opioid painkillers, also referred to as narcotics, have been a hot topic […] […]

  • Personal Progress Report

    I woke up this morning with this thought on my mind.  That being is, my road to recovery is personal.  It is not a template that can be overlaid on somebody else. Everyone is at a different moment in their recovery, different age, different circumstances.  Each are on different types of treatments, different medications.  Everyone has to find their personal road to recovery, chart their own progression.