01 February 2022

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Relationship Red Flag Resources

Relationship Red Flag Resources
If something on the inside is telling you that someone isn’t right for you, they’re NOT right for you, no matter how great they might look on paper. When it’s right for you, you will know. And when it’s not – it’s time to go.” ― Mandy Hale

How to Identify Behavioural Red Flags

Red Flags in Relationships

What are (silent) Red Flags?

Common Red Flags in New Relationships Article

Emotional Abuse Red Flags in a Relationship Article

Eye-Opening Reasons You Miss Relationship Red Flags Article

Early Relationship Red Flags That Are A Sign You Should Get Out Now! Article

Financial Warning Signs to Watch Out for when in a Relationship Article

How to Recognize Unhealthy Relationships Article

Ignoring Red Flags : Destructive Patterns to Avoid Article

Intimate Partner Violence: Facilitating the Recognition of Yellow Flags as Early Indicators of Red Flags PDF Document Download

Know the Red Flags of Abuse Article

Learning Relationship Red Flags: What to Look Out For Article

People Share The Red Flags They Shouldn't Have Ignored Article

Recognizing the Signs of Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome Article

Red Flags I Completely Missed at the Beginning of My Relationship Article

Red Flags in a Relationship You Should Take Seriously Article

Red Flags In Men To Avoid At All Costs Article

Red Flags of Abuse Get Help for Yourself or a Friend

Red Flags of Abusive Relationships Article

Red Flags of a Narcissist / Abuse Article

Red Flags of Passive-Aggressive Behavior Article

Red Flags To Look For In An Abusive Personality PDF Document Download 

Red Flags Therapists Say Not To Ignore In Relationships Article

Red Flags to Look Out for in a Relationship Article

Relationship Expert reveals Red Flags not to be Ignored when Dating Article

Relational Red Flags: Detecting Undesirable Qualities in Initial Romantic Encounters
PDF Download

Relationship Red Flags and Why We Ignore Them Article

Relationship Red Flags I Ignored (And Hope You Wont) Article

Relationship Red Flags In Women You Should Never Ignore Article

Relationship Red Flags You Should Never Ignore Article

Red Flags you Must Notice at the Beginning of Your Relationship Article

Red Flags You Shouldn’t Marry Your Fiancé or Fiancée Article

Red Flags You Should Never Ignore in a New Relationship Article

Relationships: Ignoring Past and Present Red Flags Article

Relationship Red Flags To Watch Out For Article

Social Media and Relationships: Red Flags to Look Out For Article

Silent Red Flags In A Relationship You Need To Know About Article

Silent Red Flags In a Relationship You Never Want To Overlook Article

Signs (Red Flags) of a Toxic Relationship and Tips For Fixing It Article

Signs (Red Flags) of an Unhealthy Relationship Article

Signs (Red Flags) You Need to Take a Step Back in Your Relationship Article

Signs (Red Flags) Your Partner Is Emotionally Unavailable Article

The Red Flags of An Abuser Article

The Red Flags to Watch out for Before You Get Married Article

Toxic Relationships Have Red Flags In Early Stages Article

Vernon Chalmers : Relationship Red Flag Behaviour List
Relationship Red Flags I Ignored for Months

Warning Signs for Bullying Article

What Are The Red Flags You Can’t Overlook In A Relationship? Article

Why Do We Ignore the Red Flags in Our Relationships? Article

Why I Continue to Ignore Red Flags Article


In the Absence of Gratitude...

Lack of Gratitud
"Of all the crimes that human creatures are capable of committing, the most horrid and unnatural is ingratitude."
— Hume

Lack of gratitude in my most important personal relationship...

While growing up I was taught from a young age to say 'thank you' when receiving something from someone, to be grateful for good intentions from others and to appreciate any goodwill towards me - irrespective of the provider. 

In school, during my military service and while attending university I did not give thank you, being grateful or showing gratitude any special thought - it was part of my daily interaction with people and reciprocated by most people in every community I was a member of. I never questioned it. It was never an issue. Not in my academic, business, social or personal life - it was a way of (appreciating) life - or so I thought.

Fast forward 2019: during November 2019 I met an attractive, intelligent and charming (albeit dramatic) woman and very quickly we became inseparable. We spent a lot of time together, visited many different places and really enjoyed each other's company. I fell in love and by April 2020 we decided that I will spend the South Africa Covid-19 Lockdown Level 5 at her place in Cape Town. 

My income was severely compromised during the Covid Lockdown rules and I realised I had to make a serious plan for not just my own survival, but to also contribute to the household. My girlfriend, being an entrepreneur herself, also had no fix income (due to Covid restrictions) and I needed to pull a rabbit out of a hat as fast as possible.

Fortunately, throughout the years, I have been a Contract for Difference (CFD) trader on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and when the oil price slumped in April 2020 I made a high risk decision to purchase Sasol (energy and chemical company listed on the JSE) CFD's through my online trading account. As the oil price and Sasol share price recovered I purchased more and more Sasol (and other) CFD's and very quickly reached high liquidity positions to withdraw cash and contribute handsomely to the household.

Experiencing ingratitude
We used to go shopping every couple of days in which I would purchase all the food and basically everything and anything we needed. This was now about four to five months into our relationship and I noticed, for the first time, something strange - she would never thank me for anything I do or purchase. It starting to worry me in a big way. The words 'thank you' just did not exist in her vocabulary...

During the infatuation stage of the relationship it never occurred to me that I was never thanked for anything. It was only while living with her full time (in a routine environment) that this behaviour of ingratitude was now overtly manifesting itself. Over the short term this behaviour from her was repeated ever so often and I felt the need to address this delicate issue.

After some careful consideration I finally confronted her with my concerns that she never thank me for the food that I bought or anything that I did... her only response, a rather underwhelming grandiose pretext, was the mere fact that 'eating the food that I purchased, with me', was her 'thank you' to me. An audacious statement of self- entitlement and disdain to say the least. I became quite disgruntled with this response and discussed it with one of my close friends a few days later.

I find myself for the first time in my life questioning somebody's repeated lack of appreciation and ingratitude. Something wasn't quite right or perhaps I was expecting too much. My friend assured me that there was nothing wrong with my expectation of gratitude from her - and it's is quite normal to say thank you, even for the smallest token of appreciation. 

This was a profound shift in the relationship. I started thinking back to all the occasions where I felt she acted a bit strange after giving her a gift or bring flowers and / or other gestures of goodwill. I realised on top of that I did not once received a thank you - I lived off the crumbs of expectation only to receive no gratitude for anything I would do for her.

This ingratitude would repeat itself over the next few months. In May 2020 I overindulged on her birthday with gifts and goodwill - I thought (although not very optimistic at the time) that I would at least get some sort of acknowledgement... I received nothing!

After the strict lockdown rules were lifted we went away for a few weekends of which I paid for everything - I did not mind paying, as my CFDs on the JSE were thriving - and I really wanted to share my JSE trading gains. I received no thank you, no gratitude for anything during and after these weekends. On one occasion she told me of the very nice thank you note she sent the manager of a guest farm we stayed. Go figure...

Moving on
On the return of an extended weekend we spent down the Cape West Coast she told me that I should thank her for the nice weekend we had. This was the moment I realised that her self-centeredness is not going to change and together with all the other red flags in her behaviour its best that I move on. I withdrew from the relationship by spending a few weeks in my studio apartment to try and come to terms with her behaviour.

During August 2020 I started to pull away completely from the abusive relationship. It brought an immense sense of sadness over me. I grappled for the next couple of weeks with her lack of gratitude, sense of self-entitlement and her physical and on-going verbal abuse against me. The verbal abuse was getting worse - she also verbally attacked my sister (over the phone) and I knew I had to disengage permanently from her.  During September 2020 I collected the last of my stuff from her (said a couple of nasty things to her - of which I'm not proud of). Apart from a few text messages after this I have not engaged in any further contact with her. 

My learning and acceptance
I've read and researched a wide range of mental health, phycology and dysfunctional relationship resources to come to terms with the past year of my life... in many ways I was still very much in love with her when I walked away, but knew that I could not carry on living like this... for my own safety and sanity. My dreams with her were shattered and it's taking me a long time to pick up the pieces in rebuilding my life without her.

It took me a while to face and understand my own relationship co-dependencies and that I will have to be more patient and vigilant in future relationships. I also need to be confident in creating healthy relationship boundaries in terms of required behaviours from myself and towards (significant) others.

I have learned to accept that I cannot change somebody else's (dysfunctional) behaviour. Coming to terms with the fact that no appreciation or gratitude was ever offered is something that I have to accept, understand how it affected me and what I can learn from this unfortunate behaviour.

© Vernon Chalmers : Mental Health and Motivation

Gratitude Resources


I hate ingratitude more in a man

than lying, vainness, babbling, drunkenness,

Or any taint of vice whose strong corruption

Inhabits our frail blood.

— Shakespeare


"In many ways, the ideal model of a giver is God (or Nature), who bestows his many gifts upon mankind with no thought of any return. Because God needs nothing, when he bestows a benefit he is only concerned with the advantage of the recipient. A benefit, in this respect, is good in and of itself. Gratitude also makes one a better person, a more virtuous person. It builds bonds of harmony and community in the world. Ingratitude, on the other hand, is a vice to be avoided, one that destroys the individual and society by disrupting."
 — Seneca 


"Ingratitude leads inevitably to a confining, restricting, and "shrinking" sense of self. Emotions such as anger, resentment, envy, and bitterness tend to undermine happy social relations. But the virtue of gratitude is not only a firewall of protection against such corruption of relationships; it also contributes positively to friendship and civility, because it is both benevolent (wishing the benefactor well) and just (giving the benefactor his due). In gratitude, we show our respect for others by recognizing their good intentions in helping us."
— Robert Emmons

Psychotherapy Resources

Psychotherapy Resources
"Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be."
— Wayne Dyer

What is Psychotherapy?

Differences between Psychology, Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

What is Psychotherapy? American Psychiatric Association

Acceptance and Mindfulness in Cognitive Behavior Therapy : Understanding and Applying the New Therapies James D. Herbert / Evan M. Forman

CBT Made Simple: A Clinician’s Guide to Practicing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Nina Josefowitz / David Myran / Zindel V. Segal

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques Michael Neenan / Windy Dryden

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Adult Anxiety Disorders Article

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Adolescents and Young Adults PDF Document Download

Cognitive Behavior Therapy of DSM-5 Personality Disorders: Assessment, Case Conceptualization, and Treatment Len Sperry / Jon Sperry

Different Approaches to Psychotherapy American Psychological Association

Differences between Psychology, Psychiatry and Psychotherapy NHS

Doing CBT: A Comprehensive Guide to Working with Behaviors, Thoughts, and Emotions
David F. Tolin

Handbook of Brief Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Frank W. Bond / Windy Dryden

Handbook of Dynamic Psychotherapy for Higher Level Personality Pathology
Eve Caligor, M.D. Otto F. Kernberg, M.D. John F. Clarkin, Ph.D.

How Does Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Work? Video

Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy: The Essential Guide
Stephen Palmers

Overcoming Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts : a CBT-Based Guide to Getting Over Frightening, Obsessive, or Disturbing Thoughts Martin N. / Sally M.

Psychotherapy : Definition, Types, Techniques, Efficacy Very Well Mind

Psychotherapy : What to Expect and How it Works Medical News Today

Psychopathology and Psychotherapy: DSM-5 Diagnosis, Case Conceptualization, and Treatment
Len Sperry / Jon Carlson / Jill Duba Sauerheber / Jon Sperry

Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy After Child Abuse: The Treatment of Adults and Children Who Have Experienced Sexual Abuse, Violence, and Neglect in Childhood Daniel McQueen / Roger Kennedy / Valerie Sinason / Fay Maxted

Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy
Gerald Corey

Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy : Systems, Strategies, and Skills
Linda Seligman / Lourie Reichenberg

The Key Principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)  Article

Types of Psychotherapy for Mental Illnesses WebMD

Understanding psychotherapy and how it works American Psychological Association

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy? Article

What are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Session Looks Like Video

What Are The Benefits Of Psychodynamic Therapy? Regain

What Is Psychodynamic Therapy? Types, Techniques and Benefits DR. AXE

What are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Session Looks Like Video

What Are The Benefits Of Psychodynamic Therapy? Regain

Working with Traumatic Memories to Heal Adults with Unresolved Childhood Trauma: Neuroscience, Attachment Theory and Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor Psychotherapy 
Jonathan Baylin / Petra Winnette

Watch a Live Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Session - Video


Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Mental Health and Motivation
"People who live with OCD drag a mental sea anchor around. Obsession is a brake, a source of drag, not a badge of creativity, a mark of genius or an inconvenient side effect of some greater function." - David Adam

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Symptoms of OCD

What is OCD?

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) - Symptoms and Causes Mayo Clinic

Living with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) BMC

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) WebMD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Symptoms & Treatment Cleveland Clinic

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Support Groups Mental Health and Motivation

Overview - Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) NHS

Trauma-Related Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder: A Review NIH

What Are the Treatments for OCD? WebMD

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Book Mentions:

Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Reasoning Processes In Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder And Related Disorders Kieron O'Connor / Frederick Aardema / Marie-Claude Pélissier

Breaking Free from OCD : Overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBT
Paul Salkovskis / Fiona Challacombe / Victoria Bream Oldfield

Understanding OCD: Skills to Control the Conscience and Outsmart Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Leslie Shapiro

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) - Causes, Symptoms and Pathology


Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome

Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome
I learned to recognise the thorough and primitive duality of man; I saw that, of the two natures that contended in the field of my consciousness, even if I could rightly be said to be either, it was only because I was radically both.” 

― Robert Louis Stevenson, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome

What is Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome?

Can "Jekyll And Hyde Behavior" Be A Sign Of Narcissistic Personality Disorder? Article

Is Your Partner Suffering From Jekyll And Hyde Syndrome? Article

Narcissistic Relationships: Jekyll Is Hyde Article

The Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome What to Do If Someone in Your Life Has a Dual Personality—or If You Do Beverly Engel PDF Document Download

Understanding a Jekyll and Hyde Personality Article

Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome Book Mention:

The Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome: What to Do If Someone in Your Life Has a Dual Personality - or If You Do Beverly Engel


🎓 Mental Health, Psychology and Relationship Resources

Definition and Characteristics of a Psychopath

Definition and Characteristics of a Psychopath
Psychopaths are generally viewed as aggressive, insensitive, charismatic, irresponsible, intelligent, dangerous, hedonistic, narcissistic and antisocial. These are persons who can masterfully explain another person's problems and what must be done to overcome them, but who appear to have little or no insight into their own lives or how to correct their own problems.

Those psychopaths who can articulate solutions for their own personal problems usually fail to follow them through. Psychopaths are perceived as exceptional manipulators capable of feigning emotions in order to carry out their personal agendas.

Without remorse for the plight of their victims, they are adept at rationalization, projection, and other psychological defense mechanisms. The veneer of stability, friendliness, and normality belies a deeply disturbed personality. Outwardly there appears to be nothing abnormal about their personalities, even their behavior.

They are careful to maintain social distance and share intimacy only with those whom they can psychologically control. They are noted for their inability to maintain long-term commitments to people or programs
.”― Eric W. Hickey, Forensic Psychologist

What is a psychopath? Healthline

Characteristics of the Modern Psychopath Psychology Today

Psychopathy & Aggression: When Paralimbic Dysfunction Leads to Violence PMC

Signs of a Psychopath: Traits & Characteristics Choosing Therapy

Signs of Psychopathy in Kids Verywell Family

The Empathic Brain of Psychopaths: From Social Science to Neuroscience in Empathy
Frontiers in Psychology

Twenty Warning Signs: You may be dealing with a Psychopath Personal Growth Counseling

Warning Signs you’re Dealing with a Psychopath CBT Psychology

What is a psychopath? Healthline

Psychopathy / Psychopath Book Mentions

The Mark of Cain : Psychoanalytic Insight and the Psychopath
J. Reid Meloy

The Mask of Sanity: An Attempt to Clarify Some Issues About the So Called Psychopathic Personality Hervey M. Cleckley

The Psychopath Inside: A Neuroscientist's Personal Journey into the Dark Side of the Brain
James Fallon

The Psychopath Whisperer: The Science of Those Without Conscience
Kent A. Kiehl PH. D

Violence and Psychopathy
Robert D. Hare (auth.) & Adrian Raine & José Sanmartín (eds.)

Without Conscience : The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths Among Us
Robert D. Hare PH.D.

Signs You're Dealing With a Psychopath - Video

Mental Health and Wellness Apps

Mental Health and Motivation
Android and Apple Apps for Mental Health and Wellness

Mental Health App Use and Information 

Best 2022 Mental Health Apps Verywell Mind

Apps for Wellbeing and Mental Health Mind Charity

Apps to help you keep your mental health in check Your Story

Emotional and Mental Well-Being Apps Umich

Mental Health Apps: An Effective Alternative for Therapy? PSYCOM

Mental Health and Wellbeing Apps Overview Health Navigator

Mental Health Apps Anxiety and Depression Association of America

Mental Health Apps for Stress, Anxiety and More Verywell Mind

Mental Health Apps That Can Make Life a Little Easier Self

Mental Health Apps to Use in 2022 Healthline

Mental Wellness Apps are basically the Wild West of Therapy Popular Science

Reviewed Mental Health Apps Anxiety and Depression ADAA

Top Mental Health Apps Medical News Today

Useful Wellness and Mental Health Apps UCSF

Mental Health and Motivation Mental Health Apps Android and Apple Logos
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Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
“Knowing and being able to predict everything would make life lose its charm. They say that without sadness, we wouldn’t be able to know happiness.”
― Nico J. Genes

“Despite what the words "attention deficit" imply, ADHD is not a deficit of attention, but rather a challenge of regulating it at will or on demand.”
― Jenara Nerenberg

What is ADHD?

Symptoms of ADHD

Adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Mayo Clinic

ADHD Support Groups Mental Health and Motivation

Diagnosis and Management of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults AAFP

Everything You Need to Know About ADHD Healthline

  • Symptoms
  • Types
  • Causes
  • ADHD Diagnosis and Testing
  • Treatment
  • ADD vs. ADHD
  • Adult ADHD
  • ADHD in Children
  • Is ADHD a Disability?
  • ADHD and Depression
  • Tips for Coping
  • Outlook

What Is Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)?  APA

Your Guide to ADHD WebMD

ADHD Book Mentions

ADHD : Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children, Adolescents, and Adults
David A. M.D. / Paul H M.D.

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Handbook for Diagnosis and Treatment
Russell A. Barkley

Scattered Minds : The Origins and Healing of Attention Deficit Disorder
Dr. Gabor Maté 

ADHD - What is it and what's the difference with ADD? - Video


Dissociative Identity Disorder

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)
Dissociation is the common response of children to repetitive, overwhelming trauma and holds the untenable knowledge out of awareness. The losses and the emotions engendered by the assaults on soul and body cannot, however be held indefinitely. In the absence of effective restorative experiences, the reactions to trauma will find expression. As the child gets older, he will turn the rage in upon himself or act it out on others, else it all will turn into madness.”― Judith Spencer

What is Dissociative Identity Disorder? (DID)

Symptoms of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

Dissociative Disorders : Diagnosis and Treatment Mayo Clinic

Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder) Psychology Today
  • Symptoms
  • Causes
  • Treatment

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Treatment and Recovery PsychCentral

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) Support Groups Mental Health and Motivation

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Symptoms and Causes MedicineNet

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)- An Overview Science Direct

Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder) WebMD

What Are Dissociative Disorders (DID)? American Psychiatric Association

What is Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome? Mental Health and Motivation

What It’s Like to Have Multiple Personalities The Cut

What treatments are there for dissociative disorders? Mind

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) Book Mentions:

Attachment, Trauma and Multiplicity: Working with Dissociative Identity Disorder
Valerie Sinason

Understanding and Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder (or Multiple Identity Disorder)
Jo L. Ringrose

Dissociative Disorders : Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Pathology - Video

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Nutrition for Mental Health and Diet Planning

Nutrition for Mental Health and Diet Planning
Let food be thy medicine, thy medicine shall be thy food.”
– Hippocrates

Mental Health and Nutrition

Mental Health, Nutrition and Diet

Nutrition and Diet Planning

Can What You Eat Affect Your Mental Health? Article

Changing Diets, Changing Minds: How Food affects Mental Well Being and Behaviour Courtney Van de Weyer

Cooking to Cure: A Nutritional Approach to Anxiety and Depression Angela Dailey, LCSW

Depression and Diet Article

Diet and Mental Health Article

Eating Healthy to Improve Mental Health Article

Eating Well for Mental Health Article

Food, Drink and Mental Health Article

Food, Mood, and Brain Health: Implications for the Modern Clinician Article

Food and Mood: How do Diet and Nutrition affect Mental Wellbeing? Article

Food for Thought: The Link Between Mental Health and Nutrition Article

Food for Your Mood: How what you Eat affects your Mental Health Article

Foods to Eat for Better Mental Health Article

Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life Max Lugavere / Paul Grewal

How Food May Improve Your Mood Article

Nutrition and Mental Health: Is there a link? Article

Nutrition for Mental Health : What you eat Influences Mood, Anxiety and Depression Article

Nutritional Psychiatry: Your Brain on Food Article

Promoting Mental Health through Healthy Eating and Nutritional
Janice Howard

The Healthy Mind Cookbook: Big-Flavor Recipes to Enhance Brain Function, Mood, Memory, and Mental Clarity Rebecca Katz

These Women Treated Their Anxiety and Depression with Food Article

The Importance Of Good Nutrition For Mental And Physical Health Article

The Link between Food and Mental health Article

The 3-Day Mental Health Meal Plan Article

The UltraMind Solution: Fix Your Broken Brain by Healing Your Body First - The Simple Way to Defeat Depression, Overcome Anxiety, and Sharpen Your Mind Mark Hyman

Understanding Nutrition, Depression and Mental illnesses Article

What Is the Best Diet for Mental Health? Article

What Is The Link Between Diet And Mental Illness? Article

Role of Nutrition in Mental Health : The Center for Nutritional Psychology - Video


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World Mental Health Day 2022

World Mental Health Day 2022
10 October is World Mental Health Day

The overall objective of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental health.

The Day provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about their work, and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a reality for people worldwide. (Source: WHO)

World Mental Health Day is an international day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. It was first celebrated in 1992 at the initiative of the World Federation for Mental Health, a global mental health organization with members and contacts in more than 150 countries. (Source: Wikipedia)

History of World Mental Health Day Article

Time Management Resources

Time Management Resources
You get to decide where your time goes. You can either spend it moving forward, or you can spend it putting out fires. You decide. And if you don’t decide, others will decide for you.” – Tony Morgan

Benefits of Time Management

Effective Time Management

What is Time Management?

Benefits of Effective Time Management Article

Essential Time Management Techniques Article

Manipulate Time With These Powerful Time Management Tips Article

Organise Yourself: Clear the Clutter; Take Charge of Your Time; Manage Information
John Caunt

Strategies for Better Time Management Article

The Pomodoro Technique: The Acclaimed Time-Management System That Has Transformed How We Work Francesco Cirillo

Time Management: Proven Techniques for Making Every Minute Count
Richard Walsh

Time Management : Set Priorities to Get the Right Things Done
John Hoover

What Is Time Management? Article


Social Media and Mental Health

Social Media, Mental Health and Motivation
Our attention spans have been reduced by the immediate gratification provided by smartphones and social media.”– Katherine Ryan

Effects of Social Media on Mental Health

Impact of Social Media on Mental Health

A Psychiatrist’s Perspective on Social Media Algorithms and Mental Health Article

Adolescents' Use of Social Media and its Effect on their Mental Health Susan Sandys

Anxiety, Loneliness and Fear of Missing Out: The Impact of Social Media on Young People’s Mental Health Article

Children and Young People's Mental Health in the Digital Age PDF Document Download

Frightening Social Media Statistics Article

The Effects of Social Media on Mental Health Article

The Psychology of Social Media: Why We Like, Comment, and Share Online Article

Here's How Social Media Affects Your Mental Health Article

How hours spent on social media can affect your mental health Article

How the Use of Social Media and Social Comparison Affect Mental Health Article

Social Media and Mental Health Article

Social Media and Mental Health: Benefits, Risks, and Opportunities for
Research and Practice Article

Social Media Risks Article

Social Media Is a Public Health Crisis Article

Teens and Social Media Use: What's the impact? Article

The Link Between Social Media and Mental Health Article

What to know about social media and mental health Article

Ways Social Media Can Benefit Mental Health Article

Ways Social Media Negatively Affects your Health Article


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