Category: Mental Health

Social Learning theory

For society to try to understand criminal behavior, there have been many theories of crime. These theories focus on the main question being, why do criminals commit crime? There are quite a few of these theories, but the one I find myself in most… Continue Reading “Social Learning theory”

Mental Health in America: A fight for humanity

. Since the documented beginning of human life, mental health has been stigmatized and is often left misunderstood. To understand mental health, one must understand the term. “The term mental health represents a variety of human aspirations: rehabilitation of the mentally disturbed, prevention of… Continue Reading “Mental Health in America: A fight for humanity”

My journey with Mental Health (the young & negative years)

My dad’s mother was a bipolar drug addict/alcoholic that developed schizophrenia in her later years. She died in her 50’s. My dads sister also developed schizophrenia, and she was the scariest sight of my childhood. My mother had amazingly, loving parents. Both were older… Continue Reading “My journey with Mental Health (the young & negative years)”

Covid 19 killed my son’s grandmother. How can we cope?

It was really weird that I hadn’t heard from Wylder’s grandmother in close to a week. I knew that her husband was also in the hospital, and that they both had been taken in for low O2 levels. I texted G to check up… Continue Reading “Covid 19 killed my son’s grandmother. How can we cope?”

Welcome to my personal mental health blog!

It’s my first post, so go easy on me. Purpose & Inclusions: To share my personal struggles with mental health, as well as others. My coping strategies Parenting and Mental Health Setting out to help those who may feel alone. To embrace self-love by… Continue Reading “Welcome to my personal mental health blog!”