Tag: Mental Health Awareness Month
Janina Scarlet, a Game of Thrones geek and psychologist, has thoughts on why the Breaker of Chains’ deed has some fans feeling so bummed.
— Read on www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/game-of-thrones-episode-5-daenerys-fan-fury-explained-by-psychologist-janina-scarlet/
You know now that I think about it…I don’t know how empathic characters like Counselor Deanna Troi are able to handle being an empaths. While shows can mention empaths, they never really go over the character’s struggles with being an empath. Whether it’s because I’m trying to help others or I’m overwhelmed by the emotions of the environment I’m in, it takes a toll on me. The thing is one it takes awhile to realize you are an Empath and two when you discover that there’s no one really to teach you how to be an Empath and how to, for example, recognize when you’re experiencing an “Empathic Overwhelm” (doesn’t help either when you do live with a mental illness like depression and anxiety) and how to put yourself first sometimes.
The images below help you recognize if you are an Empath, recognize if you are experiencing an empathic burnout, and tips to keep in mind as you live your life as an Empath.
May is Mental Health Awareness month. Yet, there’s a stigma that prevents men from talking about what’s in their heads. Men are dying because of this silence. Here’s how we can address the issue.
— Read on www.menshealth.com/health/a20111514/men-mental-health-awareness-month/