“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” – late Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.
As I write this it’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Every year I learn something new and inspiring about him.
Recently, I read that King struggled with depressed early on and in his later years. His words must surely be the result of what he endured and suffered through. It’s hopeful to hear that he not only survived in spite of his illness, but that he lived on to make a difference and inspire people with words we still look to for support and wisdom today.
I hope you’ll find a sense of empowerment in his quote above and our posts this week.
Why Every Adult in the World Should Watch the Still Faced Parent Video
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – Read this and you’ll understand viscerally what it was like for you when you were neglected as a child.
Intropaths and Extropaths: Categorizing Personalities
(Psychoanalysis Now) – It’s a different way of categorizing personality disorders that’ll help you decipher which ones are easier to treat.
Types of Abusers: The “Victim”
(The Recovery Expert) – These abusers are one of the hardest to deal with because you didn’t even see it coming.
Alexithymia: A Personality Trait
(The Exhausted Woman) – It’s not a mental disorder, but it could seriously impede your happiness.
6 Signs of Perfectionism That Aren’t About Trying to Be Perfect
(Happily Imperfect) – Surprisingly, it’s not being or feeling perfect that makes you a perfectionist.