Mine are fear of dying, fear of hurting someone physically or sexually, all the usual, fear of self harm/suicide, ITS CRIPPLING MATE and my last symptom to go.
I know you yourself have suffered these and your bit in your book is amazing, but without being nosy could you elaborate a little more on what you suffered. It is the memory of having these thoughts and the fear of them and trying not to think them that is keeping me thinking them!
Before you tell us your story, here are a few rules you should follow: 1.
(I can’t search through 100 bad stories to find 1 good story).
She added, “These findings have important implications for theoretical conceptualizations of psychological reactions following the loss of a parent across the life span.” Reference: Nickerson, A., Bryant, R.
O.k todays post is something someone wanted me to post on.
When a child experiences the death of a parent, the emotional trauma can be devastating.I know when I’ve hit this phase because I don’t want to Skype with my fiancé.I don’t have energy for him, I don’t want him to see me because I feel useless, or maybe I feel like I don’t have time.“As the life span progresses and the individual reaches adulthood, the psychological and interpersonal consequences of this disturbance may manifest in long-term mental health problems,” said Nickerson.“There is strong evidence that aspects of the family environment, such as quality of parental care and relationship with the surviving parent, are important in affecting long-term psychological reactions following parental loss.” For her study, Nickerson and her colleagues analyzed data from 2,823 adults who had all experienced the death of a parent during childhood.