Schizophrenia Managing Techniques: Hearing Voices

Hey what’s up I’m Rachel star, schizophrenic and this is schizophrenia managing techniques: hearing voices Number one thing to do is to track your audio hallucinations, the voices that you’re hearing. Write them down certain medications you’re on might affect certain one might make ones go away and others worse okay certain stress is going on in their life keep…

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The Truth behind OCD, Psychosis, Schizophrenia, Bipolar and all mental illnesses

psychiatric professors and practitioners always associate a certain chemical reason behind every mental illness they push forth the idea that behind every mental illness is a precursor of various chemicals in the brain acting erratically the truth is they push the narrative so that people can continue to purchase psychiatric drugs mental illness was never a chemical problem but always…

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Famous People With Mental Illness Part 3/3 (Book Extract – Audio / Psychiatry Stigma C5S9-3)

The shrink from planet zob, psychiatry for a mad world. an extract from the book. Ben Moody: ámusician – depression. á”I was horribly depressed, and I felt like I had failed as a band leader, a professional, as a person.” Alanis Morissette: ásinger songwriter – depression. Morrissey: ámusician from the band The Smiths – depression. Sir Isaac Newton: ámathematician and…

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Over-Thinking, Over-Analyzing, Obsessing, & Worrying | How to Control It

Hi everyone! This video is going to be about overthinking, overanalyzing, obsessing, and worrying. As well as ways to control it. We all have done these things. Thinking too much about something, anticipating an event that causes us anxiety. It takes many forms. We can get so much anxiety just thinking about an important event that is about to happen.…

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Intrusive thoughts: ‘I thought I’d killed someone’ BBC Stories

I lie on my bed and think I’ve killed someone, and I can lie on my bed for three months at a time, four months at a time. The realisation that I actually haven’t done anything can come up to six, seven months later. Connor has battled for a long time with his condition. And there comes a point where…

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You Probably Don’t Have OCD, And This Is Why

Hey there! Welcome to Life Noggin. Have you ever heard someone say, “I’m so clean, I’m OCD!”? You might think that having OCD just means being a neat freak… but actually, obsessive-compulsive disorder is a serious ailment that only affects about 2 percent of the population. People with OCD are plagued with unwanted thoughts, behaviors, or mental images that repeat…

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An honest chat about mental health with Rowan Ellis [CC]

R: It’s OK. I’ll just… It’s a nice interlude. [Jessica laughs] J: Gonna start this video by saying: I have a terrible cold J: I might sniffle a bit. But I’ve got tissues ready. J: So we’re good. R: I am not sick for now. J: Well, you’re sitting next to me for quite a while! So we’ll see how…

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A Minister with Mental Illness – pt 2

Greetings in Jesus name Shannon Peacock Here again with Part 2 of This two-Part video Series About My life with Mental illness as i Said in the first video i am Very fortunate To have friends and Family Who have Been Very supportive over the Years i have two brothers and a Sister and you Know i talked about how…

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Living with OCD and Emetophobia (Phobia of Vomiting)

all right my camera is on everything looks great what’s it like to be you what’s it like to be me the first half of my life I didn’t know who I was so I kind of hid all my mental health issues because it was easier than explaining it to people and within the past about five years I’ve…

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