A Shift of Mind A Shift of Mind offers a provocative reframing of how we look at reality, our lives and our relationships. Its intention is to challenge our beliefs and thinking so that we may overcome many of the struggles that we endure.
Steeped in a new approach to thought, this blog addresses many of the common issues in our lives with a very uncommon approach. I contend that a shift of mind is the most powerful thing in the universe. A new insight ”with a commitment and intention toward change” frees us from the past and writes a new script for our lives.
By integrating the emerging sciences into psychology, I have developed a revolutionary approach to self-actualization. This advance in conceptual thinking enables people to enjoy the process of becoming rather than obsessing over the states of being; as a result people live more successful, fulfilling, and productive lives. http://blog.melschwartz.com -
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Amanda Green Author My blog is all about mental health, BPD, depression, alochol and other addictions and much more. I do relevant book reviews and am also going to launch my own e-book memoir about my struggle with various disorders/addictions/obsessions. http://amandagreenauthor.co.uk -
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Being Truly PresentTop Rated My intent is to produce blog posts that are part â€śarticleâ€ť and part â€śreflectionâ€ť. Ahhâ€¦but what exactly does that mean, you ask? Good question (smile). The â€śarticleâ€ť part means that each post will have substance to it by providing information, concepts and links to other blogs, websites, authors, etc. The focus of the â€śarticleâ€ť will be on something I want to know more about (and hopefully you will too), as it relates to being more fully present, engaged, passionate, inspired, spiritually alive and connected. The â€śreflectionâ€ť part will be what brings the information to life and give it more depth. It might be questions Iâ€™m asking myself (and you might be too?) or struggles I might be having to put it into practice (i.e. meditation â€“ so much easier on paper than in real life!!).
Bottom line? My intent is that by researching a particular topic and reflecting on it, we will both receive something of value from it. My promise to myself (and you) is a â€ťbloggerâ€™s creedâ€ť I set out for myself when I decided to enter the world of social media: I will ensure that what I post and tweet will be words that I can take pride in, words that have depth, have value and contribute something to the well-being of others. My writing will come from within me and will be true to me. http://beingtrulypresent.com -
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Beyond Vermont State Hospital (VSH) Read About, Comment On, and Discuss Mental Health Matters in Vermont: The Beyond VSH blog is a team blog solely dedicated to exploring both the future of Vermont State Hospital (VSH) and the community mental health system -- including alternatives, blogged by various mental health advocates and activists as well as interested others living or working within the state whom are hoping to weigh in on these and related matters.
BipolarlyTop Rated Bipolarly explores many different aspects of living with mental illness. This blog does discuss more about bipolar, however; the also do mention other mental health issues, such as depression.
There are also a bookstore, humor, medication and treatment and recovery tabs. http://www.bipolarly.com -
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Blogging Behavioral Welcome. I'm Sandy Andrews, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in South Austin. My theoretical foundation is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). My blog's intent (and they all have one, whether they admit it or not) is to share some of what I know about clinical psychology and perspectives gained from across the couch. http://bloggingbehavioral.blogspot.com/ -
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Cognitive Daily A new cognitive psychology article nearly every day, exploring recent psychological themes, research and news. Cognitive Daily reports nearly every day on fascinating peer-reviewed developments in cognition from the most respected scientists in the field. http://scienceblogs.com/cognitivedaily/ -
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Confessions of a Serial InsomniacTop Rated A survivor of childhood sexual abuse and abandonment candidly discusses her life in therapy for borderline personality disorder and complex PTSD with psychotic and dissociative features, major depression and social anxiety. Searingly honest, tragically witty and with an engaging, intelligent writing style, this is an award-winning and popular blog that anyone with any connection to mental illness should be able to enjoy. http://serialinsomniac.com -
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Cope With Life Cope With Life (CWL) offers simple solutions from an everyday guy talking about stuff he’s been through Real life experiences, not medical or professional advice, but rather insights, peer-to-peer, helping you gain perspective and find solutions. My life has been anything but dull. Events and life experiences have challenged me to find creative solutions and face things head on. In many ways, I’m dropping my pants and revealing vulnerabilities – hopefully these experiences will help you cope with your life obstacles. http://www.copewithlife.ca -
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CuriCura The Curious Curatio blog is a vehicle for broadcasting the successes and struggles of seekers and survivors, and for generally distilling all good healing wisdom from the web and world beyond. Curiousť means eager to know. Curatio is Latin for healing.ť Hence, here we are eager to know healing and to help it grow. http://curiouscuratio.blogspot.com/ -
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Dr. Lipari's Website: Home of the Psych Minute This is a general psychology site. The blog, "The Crazy World We Live In" discusses current events with a psycholgy point of view. Podcasts of THE PSYCH MINUTE explores and explains a piece of research or a psychological concept. The monthly NEWSLETTER will explore a range of psychological topics. Finally, the site is new (Jan.2nd, 2006) and will be adding new features such as an online chat room and will feature from time to time prominent mental health professionals. Currently, we are trying to establish the site and build an audience. Thank you very much for considering the site. JL http://www.drlipari.com -
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Dr. Russ' blog: anxiety, CBT & more...Top Rated I'm Dr. Russ Morfitt. My passion is to help people understand their anxiety and depression and provide them with tools to manage and ultimately to overcome it.
I write about general anxiety, social anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues that prevent people from living their lives to the fullest. My blog includes tips and tricks for dealing with these issues in ones daily life and proven methods for finally overcoming them through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). The blog is part of a larger site that includes additional resources for sufferers including a free social anxiety questionnaire, a community forum, and the Learn to Live Social Anxiety Program “ an interactive online program based on the proven principles of CBT. http://www.learntolive.com/dr-russ-blog/?utm_source=psychcentral&utm_medium=listing&utm_campaign=blog -
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Hope Rising I began this blog to chronicle my journey with mental illness. Through blogging about my experiences of living with schizoaffective disorder and post traumatic stress disorder, I hope to spread hope and awareness to those living with mental illness. My blog is from a Christian standpoint, but I speak on topics that are applicable to everyone. http://www.hoperisesafterthestorm.com -
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It's All in Her Head: Women Making Peace with Troubled MindsTop Rated It's All In Her Head is a group of blogs written by women who discuss their mental health issues. Who better to let other women know how to deal with their own mental health issues?
While giving other women support, writing these blogs helps to help the women who wrote them themselves. Writing is great for a person; man or woman, and getting emotions out that may have been locked inside is always a great idea.
Kudos to these women for doing so, and here's hoping by reading these blogs, you get some help and comfort you may need as well. http://itsallinherhead.com -
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