From the U.S.: My 16-year-old son has always had friend issues, he struggled with being bullied in junior high and has always spent a great deal of time alone. Now that he is in high school, his Dad and I
I take invega shot and pill as well as lamictal for schizoaffective disorder. I am wondering why I have seconds of self-talk or talking out loud. Is this med supposed to stop everything or will there be moments like those
From the U.S.: Me, my husband and his friends went on a trip a year back. On one of the evening we all drove to a store to buy some stuff. One of the girl (very petite) was taking time
Some Questions Regarding Clin. Psych. Careers and Prior Mental Illness. I know that on the surface this looks somewhat like a question that has already been asked by someone, but I really do have some new questions on the subject,
So I’ve got a friend, she’s nice, friendly, and we enjoy the same topics. The problem is that she has depression. She’s constantly ragging on herself and her work and doesn’t believe anything good I say about her. I’ve suggested
When I was young, around 6th grade, I started listening to music while laying down for hours at a time. I would just daydream, the topic was very…dark. I was the star of the day dream and my character was
I get angry a lot for no reason. I even wake up angry sometimes. When I am angry I tend to lash out at my husband. No one else. I love him and I don’t know why I get mad.