Forum

PsychNG Services Forum

Mental Health Forum
Posts
Topics

Depression Forum

Talk with people who also know what it is like to experience depression. Together we get through it.

4
4

Anxiety Forum

Talk with people who know what it's like to experience anxiety in our friendly forum.

1
1

Social Anxiety Forum

Visit our social anxiety forum to speak to people who know what it's like having social anxiety or phobia. Everyone is welcome.

1
1

Substance Use Forum

Visit our forum for friendly discussions on substance abuse issues, including alcohol, street drugs, prescription drugs or medication, dual diagnosis.

0
0

OCD Forum

OCD Forum for discussions on living with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. We live with OCD so we know what it's like!

1
1

PTSD Forum

Discuss here issues around post traumatic stress disorder

1
1

Personality Disorder Forum

Visit our friendly personality disorders forum to talk to people who know what it's like.

0
0

General Mental Health Experience

Share your mental health journey

0
0

Panic Disorder Forum

Speak to people who know what it's like to experience panic attacks, agoraphobia and other panic disorders. We've experienced it.

0
0

Phobia Forum

Our phobia forum connects people who experience phobias for mutual support and learning techniques to overcome them.

0
0

Other Conditions and Experiences

Discuss any other mental health issue here.

0
0

Recovery, Support, Help
Posts
Topics

Getting your Life Back

Tell us what recovery, resilience, self help, treatments, support and services has or hasn't worked for you! Recovery is about people being able to take up their lives again.

0
0

Wellbeing

Discuss emotions, feelings and thoughts, exercise, sports and leisure, physical health, pregnancy, self-esteem, etc.

0
0

Treatment

Discuss treatments for mental health issues here.

0
0

People

Discuss friendships, relationships, family etc.

0
0

Other

Any other topics related to recovery, support and help, including driving, legal issues and being sectioned.

1
1

General Topic Forum
Posts
Topics

Physical health forum

Discussion on physical health issues and experience

0
0

Jobs/Vacancies

Post jobs vacancies and opportunities here

0
0

Work Stress

Vent about work related stress. We all can understand

0
0

School Stress

Is school getting to you? Find support here.

0
0

Mindfulness

How do you stay mindful each day?

0
0

Useful Resources

Services, tools, new research, treatments, technologies, books, websites. Ask for resources or post helpful ones you’ve found.

0
0

Gratitude

What are you grateful for today? Share it here.

0
0

Share:

5 days ago

PsychNG

Fish bone explanation of causes of depression...

#depression
#mentalhealth
#mentalwellness
#mentalwellbeing
#psychng
#psychologist
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

3 weeks ago

PsychNG

It’s okay to see a therapist. Therapy is for everyone!

#PsychNG
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

2 months ago

PsychNG

What is Gaslighting?
“I never said that. You’re making things up again.”
“Are you sure? You tend to have a bad memory.”
“It’s all in your head.”

People who gaslight become expert at pushing your buttons, and they know your sensitivities and vulnerabilities and use that knowledge against you. They make you doubt yourself, your judgment, your memory, and even your sanity. Examples include:

Trivializing how you feel: “Oh yeah, now you’re going to feel really sorry for yourself.”
Telling you that people are talking behind your back: “Don’t you know? The whole family talks about you. They think you’re losing it.”
Saying things to you that they later deny having said: “I didn’t say I’d take the deposit to the bank. What are you talking about? Thanks a lot for the insufficient funds fee we’re going to get.”
Hiding objects from you, and then deny knowing anything about it: “You seriously can’t find your sunglasses again? That’s alarming.”
Insisting you were or were not at a certain place, even though it’s not true: “You’re crazy. You never went to that show with me. I should know.”

Recognizing that you’re a victim in your relationship is the important first step toward getting help.

#PsychNG
#MentalHealth
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

2 months ago

PsychNG

Most people who see therapists are not dangerous, violent or even eccentric.

The same way people visit doctors when they aren’t sick — they might want a checkup, test, or advice — therapy is not exclusively for people with diagnosed mental health conditions.

#MentalHealth
#PsycchNG
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

2 months ago

PsychNG

It’s okay to say that you’re not okay. Yes, that’s right. Your feelings and emotions are valid.

Thank you @akahnnani for this message.

#PsychNG
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Please Login or Register