psychology

Psychologists Describe The Most Interesting Mental Disorders They've Ever Encountered
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*The following article contains discussion of suicide/self-harm.

The study of mental health is an ongoing one, as we've all become more sensitive and aware of what's going on in our minds.

Talk to someone if you need help, absolutely, but there is still the side of psychology professionals are trying to understand.

Sometimes the clients they handled were so interesting they walked away unable to forget them.

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People Explain Which Things Make Them Instantly Angry
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Just because a person is affable and approaches life with an abundance of joy and enthusiasm doesn't mean there's not a hint of darkness there somewhere.

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You do what you can to help someone.

That's the job of many therapists, hoping to held lead their patient down the path of self-help and rehabilitation. No matter what difficulties arise, you stay the course, helping them find the answers and providing possible solutions they need.

Sometimes, however, that path gets cut short when the therapist realizes their patient is beyond help. What can you do when there's literally nothing to do?

*The following article contains discussion of suicide/self-harm.

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People Break Down The Forms Of Mental Abuse No One Really Talks About
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There are many forms of abuse–many of which are not physical–that not a lot of people talk about.

The maltreatment of others can be so subtle, the victim may not even recognize they are being bullied, perpetually undermined, or dismissed altogether until they long after the fact.

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People Break Down The Insignificant Things That Make Them Really Mad
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Everyone has their breaking point, where injustice was done to themselves or to others makes them snap.

These grievances may include a cheating spouse, a lying business partner, or a criminal committing unspeakable acts.

But sometimes, all it takes for an individual to snap and go postal can be due to what others may perceive inconsequential.

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