I've been unsure of how to write this one for a while. Today I broke down into a puddle of something I don't like to be. It began with kicking a trash can and ended with becoming paralyzed in bed because if I get up I may or may not bust into my bathroom and … Continue reading Emergencies And Asking For Help
John Ward is a Pennsylvania state-certified Peer Support Specialist, Mensan, and unfortunate-therefore-fortunate possessor of over a decade of mental illness lived experience. Mental Health Quick Hits is a recurring CBTN series of articles that cover pertinent topics and/or practices with utility in facilitating your coping with and ultimately recovering from mental health/mental illness issues. Today's … Continue reading Mental Health Quick Hits: How To Meditate In Five Minutes Or Less
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
HEURISTIC OR MENTAL ILLNESS? THE ACT AND EFFICACY OF THINKING OF YOURSELF AS MORE THAN ONE PERSON Ever had that feeling that maybe there's more than one you inside your head? Mental "illness" hardly has a monopoly on this sensation - unless you insist on claiming nearly every genuine illuminato from present back to origin was … Continue reading Yourself Versus Your Self
CBTN host, CPS, and current homeless shelter resident John Ward unleashes fun in the face of his unfun situation. Warning: May contain adult words.
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.
An article from CPS and CBTN host John Ward on flipping from down to the middle.