MH@H book review: When Life Hits Hard by Russ Harris
MH@H Book Reviews

Book Review: When Life Hits Hard

When Life Hits Hard by Russ Harris draws on acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to explore dealing with grief. I'm a big fan of the author based on his other writings about ACT, and this book didn't disappoint. The book is divided into three sections: regroup, rebuild, and revitalize. Grief is framed as a process… Continue reading Book Review: When Life Hits Hard

Book cover: I Lost My Little Apricot by Melody Finch
MH@H Book Reviews

Book Review: I Lost My Little Apricot

I Lost My Little Apricot by Melody Finch, the lovely Caramel (Learner at Love), shares the heart-wrenching experience of miscarrying. The foreword includes the figure that one in four pregnancies will end in miscarriage, and points out that it's a subject that doesn't get talked about enough. Parts of the book were written before and… Continue reading Book Review: I Lost My Little Apricot

Ring theory: comfort in, dump out
Insights into Psychology

Ring Theory: Comfort In, Dump Out

Fellow blogger Skinny Hobbit recently did a post on ring theory, which I hadn't heard of before. She had gotten her information from an article on by Susan Silk and Barry Goldman in the LA Times on ring theory and the notion of comfort in, dump out.. The development of ring theory Ring theory was… Continue reading Ring Theory: Comfort In, Dump Out

The Emerging blogger series on Mental Health @ Home
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Emerging Blogger Series: Kim – Broken-Hearted Grace

This post is by Kim of Broken Hearted Grace. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Life After Loss People often ask how I do it, how do I cope after losing my oldest son at age 34?  How do I go on while dealing with my second born son being addicted to drugs for more than half of… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Kim – Broken-Hearted Grace