If you're like me, you're one of the ultra-high percentage of mental health diagnosees who smokes cigarettes. Clearly the obvious solution to this is to stop smoking entirely, but in being reasonable with ourselves we know this is going to be a long and arduous journey. If you're like me, you may also have been/currently … Continue reading Mental Illness Life Hacks: How To Save A Ton Of Money On Cigarettes
Bipolar hallucinations... Rick James ain't even close with "cocaine is a hell of a drug." And maybe, like my attending physician at Johns Hopkins some years back, you've come across a tab or two of acid or other "psychotropic substance." This ought to give you a pretty good idea of what hallucinating feels like; but the … Continue reading What Bipolar Auditory And Visual Hallucinations Feel Like
Re-Purposing Aesopica for Mental Illness/Mental Health Recovery THE OLD MAN AND DEATH Aesop was an ancient Greek fabulist, or story-teller - and also a slave. He lived roughly 2,500 years ago (born c. 600 BC); his collected works are know as Aesop's Fables, or simply Aesopica. These stories are pedagogical tools designed, like the parables of Jesus … Continue reading Aesop’s Fables and Mental “Illness”: The Old Man and Death
Re-Purposing Aesop for Mental Illness/Mental Health Recovery Aesop was an ancient Greek fabulist, or story-teller. He lived roughly 2,500 years ago (born c. 600 BC); his collected works are know as Aesop's Fables. These stories are pedagogical tools designed, like the parables of Jesus and the excerpt from CBTN's namesake Hellenic poet Horace, to teach … Continue reading Aesop’s Fables and Mental “Illness”: The Crow And The Pitcher
How to use the CBTN proprietary P.I.M.P. method to get yourself out of manic, depressive, and mixed episodes.
A brief outline of why the CBTN Podcast uses the term DIAGNOSIS as opposed to ILLNESS or DISEASE, and the difference between disease and disposition.
A semi-rigorous outline of Schizoaffective disorder - with links and pictures.