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Mental Problems Sayings By Maggie Gallagher: When men and women fail to form stable marriages, the result is a vast expansion When men and women fail to form stable marriages, the result is a vast
expansion of government attempts to cope with the terrible social needs that result.
There is scarcely a dollar that the state and federal government spends on social
programs that is not driven, in large part, by family fragmentation: crime, poverty,
drug abuse, teen pregnancy, school failure, mental and physical health problems. — Maggie Gallagher
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Mental Problems Sayings By John Kenneth Galbraith: Total physical and mental inertia are highly agreeable, much more so than we allow ourselves Total physical and mental inertia are highly agreeable, much more so than we allow ourselves to imagine. A beach not only permits such inertia but enforces it, thus neatly eliminating all problems of guilt. It is now the only place in our overly active world that does. — John Kenneth Galbraith
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Mental Problems Sayings By Amy Sedaris: I've always been drawn to people with problems. Not just physical problems, but mental problems I've always been drawn to people with problems. Not just physical problems, but mental problems too. Like depressed people or killers, all that stuff. — Amy Sedaris
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Mental Problems Sayings By Paul Gascoigne: Everywhere I looked life seemed to be full of problems and they were just going Everywhere I looked life seemed to be full of problems and they were just going to go on and on. It was never going to get any better. — Paul Gascoigne
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Mental Problems Sayings By Adah Sachs: In this paper I propose the existence of two distinct presentations of DID, a Stable In this paper I propose the existence of two distinct presentations of DID, a Stable and an Active one. While people with Stable DID struggle with their traumatic past, with triggers that re-evoke that past and with the problems of daily functioning with severe dissociation, people with Active DID are, in addition, also engaged in a life of current, on-going involvement in abusive relationships, and do not respond to treatment in the same way as other DID patients. The paper observes these two proposed DID presentations in the context of other trauma-based disorders, through the lens of their attachment relationship. It proposes that the type, intensity and frequency of relational trauma shape - and can thus predict - the resulting mental disorder.
- Through the lens of attachment relationship: Stable DID, Active DID and other trauma-based mental disorders — Adah Sachs
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Mental Problems Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: Before turning to those moral and mental aspects of the matter which present the greatest Before turning to those moral and mental aspects of the matter which present the greatest difficulties, let the inquirer begin by mastering more elementary problems. — Arthur Conan Doyle
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Mental Problems Sayings By Penn Jillette: The vast majority of people who have mental illness problems never hurt anybody. The vast majority of people who have mental illness problems never hurt anybody. — Penn Jillette
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Mental Problems Sayings By Neel Burton: Unlike 'mere' medical or physical disorders, mental disorders are not just problems. If successfully navigated, Unlike 'mere' medical or physical disorders, mental disorders are not just problems. If successfully navigated, they can also present opportunities. Simply acknowledging this can empower people to heal themselves and, much more than that, to grow from their experiences. — Neel Burton
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Mental Problems Sayings By Roy Blunt: People with mental health problems are almost never dangerous. In fact, they are more likely People with mental health problems are almost never dangerous. In fact, they are more likely to be the victims than the perpetrators. At the same time, mental illness has been the common denominator in one act of mass violence after another. — Roy Blunt
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Mental Problems Sayings By Hans Jurgen Eysenck: It would be very peculiar if a very general mental capability that, among other things, It would be very peculiar if a very general mental capability that, among other things, involves the ability to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend complexities, learn quickly, and benefit from experience, did not have very important implications. — Hans Jurgen Eysenck
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Mental Problems Sayings By Martha Beck: One reason most people never stop thinking is that mental frenzy keeps us from having One reason most people never stop thinking is that mental frenzy keeps us from having to see the upsetting aspects of our lives. If I'm constantly brooding about my children or career, I won't notice that I'm lonely. If I grapple continuously with logistical problems, I can avoid contemplating little issues like, say, my own mortality. — Martha Beck
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Mental Problems Sayings By Bessel A. Van Der Kolk: How many mental health problems, from drug addiction to self-injurious behavior, start as attempts to How many mental health problems, from drug addiction to self-injurious behavior, start as attempts to cope with the unbearable physical pain of our emotions? If Darwin was right, the solution requires finding ways to help people alter the inner sensory landscape of their bodies. Until recently, this bidirectional communication between body and mind was largely ignored by Western science, even as it had long been central to traditional healing practices in many other parts of the world, notably in India and China. Today it is transforming our understanding of trauma and recovery. — Bessel A. Van Der Kolk
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Mental Problems Sayings By Rosalynn Carter: People with mental problems are our neighbors. They are members of our congregations, members of People with mental problems are our neighbors. They are members of our congregations, members of our families; they are everywhere in this country. If we ignore their cries for help, we will be continuing to participate in the anguish from which those cries for help come. A problem of this magnitude will not go away. Because it will not go away, and because of our spiritual commitments, we are compelled to take action. — Rosalynn Carter
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Mental Problems Sayings By Byron Katie: There are no physical problems-only mental ones. There are no physical problems-only
mental ones. — Byron Katie
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Mental Problems Sayings By Marian Wright Edelman: Hunger and malnutrition have devastating consequences for children and have been linked to low birth Hunger and malnutrition have devastating consequences for children and have been linked to low birth weight and birth defects, obesity, mental and physical health problems, and poorer educational outcomes. — Marian Wright Edelman
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Mental Problems Sayings By Ragnar Frisch: Deep in the human nature, there is an almost irresistible tendency to concentrate physical and Deep in the human nature, there is an almost irresistible tendency to concentrate physical and mental energy on attempts at solving problems that seem to be unsolvable. Indeed, for some kinds of active people, only the seemingly unsolvable problems can arouse their interest. — Ragnar Frisch
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Mental Problems Sayings By Amit Ray: The role of the United Nations is to set the mental clocks of the world The role of the United Nations is to set the mental clocks of the world leaders from past problems to the present opportunities and from local power mindset to global welfare mindset. — Amit Ray
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Mental Problems Sayings By Angela Davis: Prisons do not disappear social problems, they disappear human beings. Homelessness, unemployment, drug addiction, mental Prisons do not disappear social problems, they disappear human beings. Homelessness, unemployment, drug addiction, mental illness, and illiteracy are only a few of the problems that disappear from public view when the human beings contending with them are relegated to cages. — Angela Davis
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Mental Problems Sayings By David Foster Wallace: The cases of great mathematicians with mental illness have enormous resonance for modern pop writers The cases of great mathematicians with mental illness have enormous resonance for modern pop writers and filmmakers. This has to do mostly with the writers'/directors' own prejudices and receptivities, which in turn are functions of what you could call our era's particular archetypal template. It goes without saying that these templates change over time. The Mentally Ill Mathematician seems now in some ways to be what the Knight Errant, Mortified Saint, Tortured Artist, and Mad Scientist have been for other eras: sort of our Prometheus, the one who goes to forbidden places and returns with gifts we all can use but he alone pays for. That's probably a bit overblown, at least in some cases. But Cantor fits the template better than most. And the reason for this are a lot more interesting than whatever his problems and symptoms were. — David Foster Wallace
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Mental Problems Sayings By Jasmine Warga: Guidance counselors always love to say, 'Just think positively,' but that's impossible when you have Guidance counselors always love to say, 'Just think positively,' but that's impossible when you have this thing inside of you, strangling every ounce of happiness you can muster. My body is an efficient happy-though-killing machine. — Jasmine Warga
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Mental Problems Sayings By Paul J. Meyer: Enter every activity without giving mental recognition to the possibility of defeat. Concentrate on your Enter every activity without giving mental recognition to the possibility of defeat. Concentrate on your strengths, instead of your weaknesses ... on your powers, instead of your problems. — Paul J. Meyer
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Mental Problems Sayings By Sandra Cabot: Paradoxically self esteem problems are more common in young people who are in the physical Paradoxically self esteem problems are more common in young people who are in the physical and mental prime of their lives. — Sandra Cabot
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Mental Problems Sayings By Eckhart Tolle: All utopian visions have this in common: the mental projection of a future time when All utopian visions have this in common: the mental projection of a future time when all will be well, we will be saved, there will be peace and harmony and the end of our problems. There have been many such utopian visions. Some ended in disappointment, others in disaster. — Eckhart Tolle
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Mental Problems Sayings By Richard J. Codey: For too long we have swept the problems of mental illness under the carpet ... For too long we have swept the problems of mental illness under the carpet ... and hoped that they would go away. — Richard J. Codey
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Mental Problems Sayings By Eckhart Tolle: Demanding recognition for something you did and getting angry or upset if you don't get Demanding recognition for something you did and getting angry or upset if you don't get it; trying to get attention by talking about your problems, the story of your illnesses, or making a scene; giving your opinion when nobody has asked for it and it makes no difference to the situation; being more concerned with how the other person sees you than with the other person, which is to say, using other people for egoic reflection or as ego enhancers; trying to make an impression on others through possessions, knowledge, good looks, status, physical strength, and so on; bringing about temporary ego inflation through angry reaction against something or someone; taking things personally, feeling offended; making yourself right and others wrong through futile mental or verbal complaining; wanting to be seen, or to appear important. — Eckhart Tolle
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Mental Problems Sayings By Wong Kiew Kit: This is a great universal truth; we are by nature healthy; illness is an unnatural, This is a great universal truth; we are by nature healthy; illness is an unnatural, temporary state when certain systems of the body are not functioning as they should. The harmonious flow of chi restores a person's natural functions. It is also excellent for overcoming emotional and mental problems and managing stress. — Wong Kiew Kit
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Mental Problems Sayings By Gene Simmons: That's why I'm a big supporter of the death penalty. I want to be the That's why I'm a big supporter of the death penalty. I want to be the hangman. I would put many more people to death like the kids who want to kill other people, I'd put 'em to death. Postal workers who get arrested, they have mental problems. You know what? When you're dead you don't have a mental problem. If you take a life, I will take yours. Put me in charge, I will fix it. — Gene Simmons
Mental Problems Sayings By L. W. Sumner: In the central cases of physical pain, then, it appears that at least part of In the central cases of physical pain, then, it appears that at least part of what is bad about our condition is the way it makes us feel. Here there seem to be no problems with a purely mental state account, no counterpart to the experience machine that could bring us to think that we are being deceived by mere appearances. [ ... ] If I am suffering physical pain then I can be quite wrong about the organic cause of my affliction, or even about whether it has one, without that error diminishing in the slightest either the reality of my pain or its impact on the quality of my life. — L. W. Sumner
Mental Problems Sayings By Felicia Day: Imagine saying to someone, "I have a kidney problem, and I'm having a lot of Imagine saying to someone, "I have a kidney problem, and I'm having a lot of bad days lately." Nothing but sympathy, right? "What's wrong?" "My mom had that!" "Text me a pic of the ultrasound!" Then pretend to say, "I have severe depression and anxiety, and I'm having a lot of bad days lately." They just look at you like you're broken, right? Unfixable. Inherently flawed. Maybe not someone they want to hang around as much? Yeah, society sucks. My mental problems made me feel ashamed. I felt like I had to hide them until I could "work through it" on my own. Which I never did, because I didn't know how. And I didn't feel brave enough to make fixing my mind a priority because I didn't think anyone would understand. — Felicia Day
Mental Problems Sayings By Victoria Spry: It was a place for people with mental health problems and not alcoholics; as though It was a place for people with mental health problems and not alcoholics; as though the two could be neatly divided like that; as though the world was black and white and not a murky grey. — Victoria Spry
Mental Problems Sayings By Kourtney Kardashian: I think I have mental problems, I think I have like weird obsessions with things, I think I have mental problems, I think I have like weird obsessions with things, really annoying. — Kourtney Kardashian
Mental Problems Sayings By Mark Dayton: Many soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from serious, long-term, physical and mental health Many soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from serious, long-term, physical and mental health problems, due to their service. It is unconscionable to cut the already limited health care benefits available to these brave men and women. — Mark Dayton
Mental Problems Sayings By Bryant A. Loney: You do not need to be temperamental or upset to be a novelist. Don't embrace You do not need to be temperamental or upset to be a novelist. Don't embrace the tortured artist rhetoric that any life difficulties might serve to benefit and enhance your writing. That's damaging. Counterintuitive. Writing can be so incredibly lonely, and when you're alone with your thoughts for long enough to produce a hundred thousand words of your own headspace, it can be scary. Suffering is not good for your art. Mental health care is. So talk to someone other than your future readers about the problems you are facing. Someone you know and trust. There is no shame in asking for help. — Bryant A. Loney
Mental Problems Sayings By Robert Whitaker: With psychiatric medications, you solve one problem for a period of time, but the next With psychiatric medications, you solve one problem for a period of time, but the next thing you know you end up with two problems. The treatment turns a period of crisis into a chronic mental illness. - Amy Upham (203) — Robert Whitaker
Mental Problems Sayings By M. Scott Peck: In any case, when we avoid the legitimate suffering that results from dealing with problems, In any case, when we avoid the legitimate suffering that results from dealing with problems, we also avoid the growth that problems demand from us. It is for this reason that in chronic mental illness we stop growing, we become stuck. And without healing, the human spirit begins to shrivel. — M. Scott Peck
Mental Problems Sayings By John Gallagher Jr.: Most of the people we see don't want to live in a shelter and feel Most of the people we see don't want to live in a shelter and feel save in their own little camp. Experience has taught me that almost 100 percent of these people suffered abuse as children. Well over half have emotional, mental problems. Most have drug and alcohol problems. — John Gallagher Jr.
Mental Problems Sayings By Neel Burton: Other pressing problems with the current medical model [of mental disorder] is that it encourages Other pressing problems with the current medical model [of mental disorder] is that it encourages false epidemics, most glaringly in bipolar disorder and ADHD, and the wholesale exportation of Western mental disorders and Western accounts of mental disorder. Taken together, this is leading to a pandemic of Western disease categories and treatments, while undermining the variety and richness of the human experience. — Neel Burton
Mental Problems Sayings By Reggie Fils-Aime: The social and economic impact of the earthquake is still very present and is contributing The social and economic impact of the earthquake is still very present and is contributing to mental health problems, the mother who lost her husband, or children who lost their parents, and who now are responsible for the whole family, taking children to school and providing food. This transition is still causing stress and depression. — Reggie Fils-Aime
Mental Problems Sayings By Michael Pollan: Our society assigns us a tiny number of roles: We're producers of one thing at Our society assigns us a tiny number of roles: We're producers of one thing at work, consumers of a great many things all the rest of the time, and then, once a year or so, we take on the temporary role of citizen and cast a vote. Virtually all our needs and desires we delegate to specialists of one kind or another - our meals to the food industry, our health to the medical profession, entertainment to Hollywood and the media, mental health to the therapist or the drug company, caring for nature to the environmentalist, political action to the politician, and on and on it goes. Before long it becomes hard to imagine doing much of anything for ourselves - anything, that is, except the work we do "to make a living." For everything else, we feel like we've lost the skills, or that there's someone who can do it better ... it seems as though we can no longer imagine anyone but a professional or an institution or a product supplying our daily needs or solving our problems. — Michael Pollan
Mental Problems Sayings By Susanna Kaysen: Kaysen elaborates through parts of the book on her thoughts about how mental illness is Kaysen elaborates through parts of the book on her thoughts about how mental illness is treated. She explains that families who are willing to pay the rather high costs of hospitalization do so to prove their own sanity. Once one member of the family is hospitalized, it becomes easier for the rest of the family to distance themselves from the problem and to create a clear boundary between the sane and the insane. Recognizing a family member or friend as insane makes others around them, says Kaysen, compare themselves to that individual. Hospitalization allows for distance from this questioning of self that makes us so uncomfortable. Her view that mental illness often includes the entire family means the hospitalized family member becomes an excuse for other family members not to look at their own problems. This explains the willingness to pay the high financial costs of hospitalization. — Susanna Kaysen
Mental Problems Sayings By Salvador Allende: I have experience and I am employing it in the service of a Chilean road I have experience and I am employing it in the service of a Chilean road for Chile's problems. We always take advantage of experience wherever it comes from, but adapting it to our reality. I am putting it to use in a Chilean way, for the problems of Chile. We are not anyone's mental colonists. — Salvador Allende
Mental Problems Sayings By Stewart Lee Allen: Coffee and humanity both sprang from the same area in eastern Africa. What if some Coffee and humanity both sprang from the same area in eastern Africa. What if some of those early ape-men nibbled on the bright red berries? What if the resulting mental stimulation opened them up to a new way of looking at old problems, much as it did Europeans? Could this group of berry nibblers be the Missing Link, and that memory of the bright but bitter-tasting fruit be the archetype for the story of the Garden of Eden? — Stewart Lee Allen
Mental Problems Sayings By Lewis Terman: It is evident, therefore, that one of the most fundamental problems of psychology is that It is evident, therefore, that one of the most fundamental problems of psychology is that of investigating the laws of mental growth. When these laws are known, the door of the future will in a measure be opened; determination of the child's present status will enable us to forecast what manner of adult he will become. — Lewis Terman
Mental Problems Sayings By Arzum Uzun: I don't have problems. I am a writer. I am the problem. I don't have problems. I am a writer. I am the problem. — Arzum Uzun
Mental Problems Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: My mind," he said, "rebels at stagnation. Give me problems, give me work, give me My mind," he said, "rebels at stagnation. Give me problems, give me work, give me the most abstruse cryptogram or the most intricate analysis, and I am in my own proper atmosphere. I can dispense then with artificial stimulants. But I abhor the dull routine of existence. I crave for mental exaltation. That is why I have chosen my own particular profession, or rather created it, for I am the only one in the world. — Arthur Conan Doyle
Mental Problems Sayings By Norman Doidge: The breakthrough study was done by Dr. Peter Elwood and a team from the Cochrane The breakthrough study was done by Dr. Peter Elwood and a team from the Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff University, United Kingdom, and released in December 2013. For thirty years, these researchers followed 2,235 men living in Caerphilly, Wales, aged 45 to 59, and observed the impact of five activities on their health and on whether they developed dementia or cognitive decline, heart disease, cancer, or early death. The Cardiff study was meticulous, examining the men at intervals over the thirty years, and if they showed signs of cognitive decline or dementia, they were sent for detailed clinical assessments of high quality. It overcame study design problems from eleven previous studies (discussed in the endnotes). Results showed that if the men did four or five of the following behaviors, their risk for cognitive (mental) decline and dementia (including Alzheimer's) fell by 60 percent: — Norman Doidge
Mental Problems Sayings By Doc Orman: This book is also not intended to be a substitute or replacement for competent medical This book is also not intended to be a substitute or replacement for competent medical or psychological treatment when these may be needed. If you suffer from very severe anxiety, severe phobias, severe depression or any other serious mental health condition, the advice in this book may not be appropriate or sufficient for you. You are advised to consult and work with an experienced mental health professional, if you are not already doing so. Also, if you believe that your symptoms or your problems are beginning to get worse as you read this book, you should stop reading it immediately and consult a trained health professional. — Doc Orman
Mental Problems Sayings By Tim Dorsey: That, and the untended mental health problems. We have all these insane armed hobos coming That, and the untended mental health problems. We have all these insane armed hobos coming from the Midwest, usually Ohio. Fuck Ohio. — Tim Dorsey
Mental Problems Sayings By Dr Stephen McKenzie And Dr Craig Hassed: The pursuit of material-external things as if they can provide deep and lasting happiness is The pursuit of material-external things as if they can provide deep and lasting happiness is contributing to a dwindling of real meaning and is a factor contributing to an increase in mental health problems. It just isn't possible to fill the hole inside us by piling up the things outside us. pg9 — Dr Stephen McKenzie And Dr Craig Hassed
Mental Problems Sayings By Kobo Abe: Injuries to the body, especially the face, are not treated simply as problems of form. Injuries to the body, especially the face, are not treated simply as problems of form. We should rather speak of themas belonging in the province of mental hygiene. Otherwise, who whould willingly devote his efforts to cosmetic work? — Kobo Abe
Mental Problems Sayings By Jennifer Holliday: I continually still fight every day for my life, not only still battling mental health I continually still fight every day for my life, not only still battling mental health problems but battling multiple sclerosis, which also has depression as one of its side effects. — Jennifer Holliday
Mental Problems Sayings By Barron H. Lerner: Susan was frustrated and angry with her disease, which she survived for more than nine Susan was frustrated and angry with her disease, which she survived for more than nine years. And my father became the receptacle for her vitriol. 'She screams and carries on when the going gets tough,' he wrote, 'knowing that I understand and will never reproach her, never abandon her, whatever!' He even encouraged her to use him in this manner, suspecting that once she was drained, she became more rational, placid, and cooperative regarding treatment decisions. My dad suspected that his medical expertise had prolonged her life but was even surer that he had helped her mental suffering by letting her know that he 'was always available, even for the most trivial of problems or questions. — Barron H. Lerner
Mental Problems Sayings By Joseph Heath: One of the downsides of working in philosophy is that it attracts a lot of One of the downsides of working in philosophy is that it attracts a lot of people with mental-health problems. — Joseph Heath
Mental Problems Sayings By Jonathan Harnisch: We all have problems, but let's not kid ourselves: it's how we deal with them We all have problems, but let's not kid ourselves: it's how we deal with them that makes the difference. — Jonathan Harnisch
Mental Problems Sayings By Malina Suliman: There are two ways. One is to be a puppet, follow the culture, and do There are two ways. One is to be a puppet, follow the culture, and do whatever they want. That was mentally disturbing to me, and still is. And the other way is to go out. I knew there would be problems from my family, and also from my environment. But I thought that physical pain would be better than the mental pain. And I started working as an artist. — Malina Suliman
Mental Problems Sayings By Eric Weiner: Lesson number one: "Not my problem" is not a philosophy. It's a mental illness. Right Lesson number one: "Not my problem" is not a philosophy. It's a mental illness. Right up there with pessimism. Other people's problems are our problems. If your neighbor is laid off, you may feel as if you've dodged the bullet, but you haven't. The bullet hit you as well. You just don't feel the pain yet. Or as Ruut Veenhoven told me: "The quality of a society is more important than your place in that society." In other words, better to be a small fish in a clean pond than a big fish in a polluted lake. — Eric Weiner
Mental Problems Sayings By Bessel A. Van Der Kolk: Eighty two percent of the traumatized children seen in the National Child Traumatic Stress Network Eighty two percent of the traumatized children seen in the National Child Traumatic Stress Network do not meet diagnostic criteria for PTSD.15 Because they often are shut down, suspicious, or aggressive they now receive pseudoscientific diagnoses such as "oppositional defiant disorder," meaning "This kid hates my guts and won't do anything I tell him to do," or "disruptive mood dysregulation disorder," meaning he has temper tantrums. Having as many problems as they do, these kids accumulate numerous diagnoses over time. Before they reach their twenties, many patients have been given four, five, six, or more of these impressive but meaningless labels. If they receive treatment at all, they get whatever is being promulgated as the method of management du jour: medications, behavioral modification, or exposure therapy. These rarely work and often cause more damage. — Bessel A. Van Der Kolk
Mental Problems Sayings By John C. Parkin: problems have trouble existing in the face of total relaxation. Physical, mental, emotional and spiritual problems have trouble existing in the face of total relaxation. Physical, mental, emotional and spiritual problems have little to stick to in the face of total relaxation. I — John C. Parkin
Mental Problems Sayings By Theresa May: Nobody wins when the police are sent to look after people suffering from mental health Nobody wins when the police are sent to look after people suffering from mental health problems; vulnerable people don't get the care they need and deserve, and the police can't get on with the job they are trained to do. — Theresa May
Mental Problems Sayings By Ta-Nehisi Coates: I think the sad fact is, there's a long history in this country at looking I think the sad fact is, there's a long history in this country at looking at African-American as subhuman. And I think that's reflected in the fact that, when we have problems that really are problems of employment, that are really problems of mental health, that are really problems of drugs, our answer is the police. — Ta-Nehisi Coates
Mental Problems Sayings By Amit Ray: Yoga talks about cat-pose, dog-pose, camel-pose, monkey-pose, bird-pose etc. Why there are so many animal Yoga talks about cat-pose, dog-pose, camel-pose, monkey-pose, bird-pose etc. Why there are so many animal poses? Animals release their emotions and tensions by movements based on their body sensations. But our amygdala in the brain is carrying the "fight or flight response"; it has forgotten the art of releasing the tensions. As human beings, when we are aware about the sensations, we can release that by aware, slow movements. If you do not give movements to the body parts, energy will be stuck and blood circulation will be disturbed. Gradually, that creates chronic physical and mental health problems. — Amit Ray
Mental Problems Sayings By Lundy Bancroft: Although our feelings can influence how we wish to act, our choices of how to Although our feelings can influence how we wish to act, our choices of how to behave are ultimately determined more by our attitudes and our habits. We respond to our emotional wounds based on what we believe about ourselves, how we think about the person who has hurt us, and how we perceive the world. Only in people who are severely traumatized or who have major mental illnesses is behavior governed by feelings. And only a tiny percentage of abusive men have these kinds of severe psychological problems. There — Lundy Bancroft
Mental Problems Sayings By Robin McKinley: She caught her father one day at breakfast, between ministers with tactical problems and councillors She caught her father one day at breakfast, between ministers with tactical problems and councillors with strategic ones. His face lit up when he saw her, and she made an embarrassed mental note to seek him out more often; he was not a man who had ever been able to enter into a child's games, but she might have noticed before this how wistfully he looked at her. But for perhaps the first time she was recognizing that wistfulness for what it was, the awkwardness of a father's love for a daughter he doesn't know how to talk to, not shame for what Aerin was, or could or could not do. — Robin McKinley
Mental Problems Sayings By Antonio R. Damasio: The distinction between diseases of "brain" and "mind," between "neurological" problems and "psychological" or "psychiatric" The distinction between diseases of "brain" and "mind," between "neurological" problems and "psychological" or "psychiatric" ones, is an unfortunate cultural inheritance that permeates society and medicine. It reflects a basic ignorance of the relation between brain and mind. Diseases of the brain are seen as tragedies visited on people who cannot be blamed for their condition, while diseases of the mind, especially those that affect conduct and emotion, are seen as social inconveniences for which sufferers have much to answer. Individuals are to be blamed for their character flaws, defective emotional modulation, and so on; lack of willpower is supposed to be the primary problem. — Antonio R. Damasio
Mental Problems Sayings By Elyn Saks: Occupying my mind with complex problems has been my best and most powerful and most Occupying my mind with complex problems has been my best and most powerful and most reliable defense against my mental illness. — Elyn Saks
Mental Problems Sayings By David Auburn: One [of the two ideas for PROOF] was to write about two sisters who are One [of the two ideas for PROOF] was to write about two sisters who are quarreling over the legacy of something left behind by their father. The other was about someone who knew that her parent had had problems of mental illness [and that] she might be going through the same thing. — David Auburn
Mental Problems Sayings By Tiffany Madison: The problem with having problems is that 'someone' always has it worse. The problem with having problems is that 'someone' always has it worse. — Tiffany Madison
Mental Problems Sayings By Mark Oliver: Thanks to my ridiculous, sometimes tragic, and always unsteady upbringing, I was given the gift Thanks to my ridiculous, sometimes tragic, and always unsteady upbringing, I was given the gift of bone-crushing insecurity. One thing you'll notice about people with mental problems is constant self-absorbation. I think that's because it's such a struggle just to be who they are, so they have a hard time getting past it. — Mark Oliver
Mental Problems Sayings By W. Clement Stone: So, you've got a problem? That's good! Why? Because repeated victories over your problems are So, you've got a problem? That's good! Why? Because repeated victories over your problems are the rungs on your ladder of success. With each victory, you grow in wisdom, stature and experience. You become a better, bigger, more successful person each time you meet a problem and tackle and conquer it with a positive mental attitude. — W. Clement Stone
Mental Problems Sayings By Jeff Beck: If I'm on form and I'm not being bothered too much by mental problems or If I'm on form and I'm not being bothered too much by mental problems or whatever, I can whip out something good. That's why I've done quite a few overdubs for Tina Turner and things like that, because even before she made this comeback I said yes to her, just because I love Tina Turner. — Jeff Beck
Mental Problems Sayings By Emily VanCamp: I think the relationship between mother and daughter is so interesting, even in a semi-normal I think the relationship between mother and daughter is so interesting, even in a semi-normal family. Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke's family relationship is going to be so interesting to explore. It is going to give me so many places to go. Obviously, it has been said that she is not the most stable of characters. What is interesting about that, when you think about mental health, is that young women will often come into those problems and difficulties in their 20's, so it is very possible that this will start to affect her psyche. — Emily VanCamp
Mental Problems Sayings By Nicholas Kristof: Worrying about bills, food, or other problems leaves less capacity to think ahead or to Worrying about bills, food, or other problems leaves less capacity to think ahead or to exert self-discipline. So, poverty imposes a mental tax. — Nicholas Kristof
Mental Problems Sayings By Santosh Kalwar: Suicide and mental health problems have no boundaries. Suicide and mental health problems have no boundaries. — Santosh Kalwar
Mental Problems Sayings By Steven C. Hayes: We can have a large impact on the prevention and amelioration of abuse, drug problems, We can have a large impact on the prevention and amelioration of abuse, drug problems, violence, mental health problems, and dysfunction in families. — Steven C. Hayes
Mental Problems Sayings By Jack Williamson: Barbee had wondered about insanity, sometimes with a brooding dread - for his own father, Barbee had wondered about insanity, sometimes with a brooding dread - for his own father, whom he scarcely remembered, had died in the forbidding stone pile of the state asylum. He had vaguely supposed that a mental breakdown must be somehow strange and thrilling, with an exciting conflict of horrible depression and wild elation. But perhaps it was more often like this, just a baffled apathetic retreat from problems grown too difficult to solve. — Jack Williamson
Mental Problems Sayings By Crystal Evans: The problems that we have in Jamaica are not fundamentally economical but mental, if we The problems that we have in Jamaica are not fundamentally economical but mental, if we changed the way we saw the world then many of us would be better off. Our failures and pitfalls are not because of what others did not do for us but stems from what we are culturally as a people unwilling to do for ourselves. We are a people shackled by our own perceptions.
We are much too given to pessimism, believing that the obeah man oil can kill you too earnestly than how we embrace the anointment of the Pastor's Olive Oil. I guess evil to us is such a strong, pervasive muse. — Crystal Evans
Mental Problems Sayings By Tom Sturridge: Mental health is such a complex thing and so difficult to diagnose. What is a Mental health is such a complex thing and so difficult to diagnose. What is a mental problem? Who does have mental problems? What's the difference between mental problems and depression and sadness? — Tom Sturridge
Mental Problems Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: Pain avoidance is part of life. A campaign to minimize hunger and lessen pain drives Pain avoidance is part of life. A campaign to minimize hunger and lessen pain drives us to develop systems that will provide us with nourishing food and protective shelter. Pain is a trickster. It can send us true or false signals that confine us to our beds or spur us to roam long and far. Pain has a lifesaving function. Pain can signal us to implement evasive action or attack our problems head-on. Pain has a putative role. Pain can torture us for engaging in careless deeds. Pain performs a restorative role. Pain can tell us when we must rest. Pain is tutor and a healer. Pain implores us to take heed of our physical and mental infirmities, urges us to call out for help, and compels us to adopt modified strategies. — Kilroy J. Oldster
Mental Problems Sayings By David Duke: Homosexuals die decades younger than heterosexuals, from a host of maladies. They suffer mental problems Homosexuals die decades younger than heterosexuals, from a host of maladies. They suffer mental problems ranging from depression to psychosis, and have suicide rates many times that of heterosexuals. — David Duke
Mental Problems Sayings By Kitty Dukakis: There is an element of selfishness to this, I suppose. It feels pretty good to There is an element of selfishness to this, I suppose. It feels pretty good to be able to so quickly help someone. That is, after all, one of the great emotional payoffs of medicine. That isn't to say that ECT is either a panacea or without flaws - but when used in the right way for the right purposes it's of great benefit, and condemning it because it isn't perfect would lead to more suffering and harm, no less.

It was one of the most difficult things I have ever done in my life. I have memory problems as a residual of it; however, I'm alive. That was the main point. — Kitty Dukakis
Mental Problems Sayings By Paul Lockhart: Mental acuity of any kind comes from solving problems yourself, not from being told how Mental acuity of any kind comes from solving problems yourself, not from being told how to solve them. — Paul Lockhart
Mental Problems Sayings By Tamara Hill: A lot of people believe that mental illness does not affect our children within the A lot of people believe that mental illness does not affect our children within the school system. But the truth is that a lot of bullying stems from untreated or poorly treated mental and behavioral health problems. — Tamara Hill
Mental Problems Sayings By Kathryn Perez: We never know the battles others are facing. We don't know the demons they are We never know the battles others are facing. We don't know the demons they are hiding. Everyone you have ever met is fighting something. You may have thought no one could've had the kind of raw deal you were dealt in life, being ailed with a mental illness, yet the truth is, many have the same or worse problems than that of your own. — Kathryn Perez
Mental Problems Sayings By Germaine Greer: All that remains to the mother in modern consumer society is the role of scapegoat; All that remains to the mother in modern consumer society is the role of scapegoat; psychoanalysis uses huge amounts of money and time to persuade analysis and to foist their problems on to the absent mother, who has no opportunity to utter a word in her own defence. Hostility to the mother in our societies is an index of mental health. — Germaine Greer
Mental Problems Sayings By John Ratey: Exercise is the single most powerful tool you have to optimize your brain function ... Exercise is the single most powerful tool you have to optimize your brain function ... exercise has a profound impact on cognitive abilities and mental health. It is simply one of the best treatments we have for most psychiatric problems. — John Ratey
Mental Problems Sayings By Bruce D. Perry: More than 35 percent of the children exposed to a single traumatic event will develop More than 35 percent of the children exposed to a single traumatic event will develop serious mental health problems .. The real crisis of Katrina is the hundreds of thousands of ravaged, displaced and traumatized children. — Bruce D. Perry
Mental Problems Sayings By Rebecca De Mornay: Vivien Leigh was a phenomenal actress, a very complicated woman, living on the edge of Vivien Leigh was a phenomenal actress, a very complicated woman, living on the edge of mental problems, haunted by demons and angels. And though I've never thought of myself like Marilyn Monroe, I was inspired by the tremendous risk she took - of being vulnerable. — Rebecca De Mornay
Mental Problems Sayings By Hillary Clinton: If I were just to read briefing books or I were just to engage in If I were just to read briefing books or I were just to engage in the political back and forth, would I have heard what a big problem mental health is in New Hampshire? Would I have heard people say they're really worried about the impact on young people because New Hampshire has the highest tuition and debt problems in the country? i'm not sure I would have. — Hillary Clinton
Mental Problems Sayings By Eoin Colfer: I am not qualified to deal with this. Why does everyone I meet seem to I am not qualified to deal with this. Why does everyone I meet seem to have mental problems?
Ah ... but did they have mental problems before meeting you? Who's the common denominator here, Dan?
I do not have mental problems! I say to the voice in my head, perfectly aware how damning it would sound were I to say it aloud. — Eoin Colfer
Mental Problems Sayings By Amy Morin: Developing mental strength isn't about having to be the best at everything. It also isn't Developing mental strength isn't about having to be the best at everything. It also isn't about earning the most money or achieving the biggest accomplishments. Instead, developing mental strength means knowing that you'll be okay no matter what happens. Whether you're facing serious personal problems, a financial crisis, or a family tragedy, you'll be best prepared for whatever circumstances you encounter when you're mentally strong. Not only will you be ready to deal with the realities of life, but you'll be able to live according to your values no matter what life throws your way. When — Amy Morin
Mental Problems Sayings By Mark Vonnegut: Looking at mental health problems the same way we look at other medical problems is Looking at mental health problems the same way we look at other medical problems is factually correct - the best bet for reducing the disabling symptoms and the only way to lessen the stigma and blame that traditionally double or triple the pain. — Mark Vonnegut
Mental Problems Sayings By Nirmala Srivastava: At the very outset I have to tell you that truth is what it is. At the very outset I have to tell you that truth is what it is. You cannot mold it, you cannot change it. It is always the same. It has been the same, it is the same, it will be the same. But to say that we know the truth and that we have the truth is really a self-deception. If you had known the absolute truth there would have been no problems and everybody would have said the same thing. There would be no discussions, no arguments, no fights and wars. But when we don't know the absolute truth then we can find out our own mental conceptions as the truth. But this mind is so limited. — Nirmala Srivastava
Mental Problems Sayings By Carrie Fisher: There are a couple of reasons why I take comfort in being able to put There are a couple of reasons why I take comfort in being able to put all this in my own vernacular and present it to you. For one thing, because then I'm not completely alone with it. And for another, it gives me a sense of being in control of the craziness. Now this is a delusion, but it's MY delusion and I'm sticking with it. It's sort of like: I have problems but problems don't have me. — Carrie Fisher
Mental Problems Sayings By Karl A. Menninger: Mental health problems do not affect three or four out of every five persons, but Mental health problems do not affect three or four out of every five persons, but one out of one. — Karl A. Menninger
Mental Problems Sayings By Jared Padalecki: Loving yourself is vital in the fight against mental health problems, so I want to Loving yourself is vital in the fight against mental health problems, so I want to encourage y'all to focus on loving yourselves first ... each and every one of you is worthy. — Jared Padalecki
Mental Problems Sayings By Sue Klebold: Losses and other events - whether anticipated or actual - can lead to feelings of Losses and other events - whether anticipated or actual - can lead to feelings of shame, humiliation, or despair and may serve as triggering events for suicidal behavior. Triggering events include losses, such as the breakup of a relationship or a death; academic failures; trouble with authorities, such as school suspensions or legal difficulties; bullying; or health problems. This is especially true for youth already vulnerable because of low self-esteem or a mental disorder, such as depression. Help is available and should be arranged. - American Association of Suicidology — Sue Klebold
Mental Problems Sayings By Dalai Lama: If you have peace of mind, when you meet with problems and difficulties they won't If you have peace of mind, when you meet with problems and difficulties they won't disturb your inner peace. You'll be able to employ your human intelligence more effectively. But, if your mental state is disturbed, full of emotion, it is very difficult to cope with problems, because the mind that is full of emotion is biased, unable to see reality. So whatever you do will be unrealistic and naturally fail. — Dalai Lama
Mental Problems Sayings By Sinead O'Connor: I think people who come from abuse and/or people who have mental illnesses, have terrible I think people who come from abuse and/or people who have mental illnesses, have terrible self-esteem problems. — Sinead O'Connor
Mental Problems Sayings By H.E. Davey: By keeping the mind in the present, unless you deliberately want to contemplate the past By keeping the mind in the present, unless you deliberately want to contemplate the past or future, it's possible to firmly face life without fear. Then, no thoughts of past failures or future problems will exist in the mind, and a truly positive mental state will result - fudoshin, the immovable mind. — H.E. Davey
Mental Problems Sayings By Allan Hamilton: I tell residents, if you gave me two patients with identical problems, and one of I tell residents, if you gave me two patients with identical problems, and one of them had family at the bedside with a lot of laughter, plus photos and a quilt from home, and next door was another patient who was alone every time I came by - I'm going to be very nervous about the isolated patient's mental status. — Allan Hamilton