52 Small Changes for the Mind by Brett Blumenthal lays out a year-long series of weekly small changes to improve your overall mental wellbeing. It's not specifically geared towards people dealing with mental illness, but there are plenty of common sense, realistic ideas that could be useful for anyone. Each of the book's 52 chapters… Continue reading Book Review: 52 Small Changes for the Mind
The Year of the Introvert by Michaela Chung is wholeheartedly pro-introvert, which I thought was fantastic, because I'm also an introvert and am very much pro-introvert. The book defines introverts as "people who gain energy in solitude and lose energy in stimulating environments." The author's stance is that introversion is not a limitation (amen to… Continue reading Book Review: The Year of the Introvert by Michaela Chung
In this series, I dig a little deeper into the meaning of psychological terms. This week's term is anosognosia. I wouldn't be surprised if you haven't heard this term before, so let's break it down. Agnosia is an inability to recognize people or things. Nosology is the classification of diseases. Throw the two together, and you get… Continue reading What Is… Anosognosia?