Many people dispute the existence of mental illness, claiming that it doesn't exist. And yet, counselors often diagnose individuals every single day.
Mental health is essential for everyday life. There are many signs that illustrate mental illness and often people disregard these symptoms because of a lack of understanding on the patient's part.
The fact is, when a person has a common denominator he or she often thinks clearly without interruptions, but when a person is in constant interruption there is probably a problem existing.
Medical and mental go hand in hand and this is where doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, and many others are often confused. The underlying problems lay somewhere between belief, tradition, miscommunication and so forth. If you are treating a person believed to have a mental illness, you need to pay close attention to understand where I am coming from.
Many professionals, individuals, political leaders, and others are ready to change the way we all believe, think, feel, et cetera, changing us to conform to another individual’s way of thinking and so forth. Read between the lines and you will see a part of the problem already. When people are trying to change what another person believes it is stepping on toes. When you step on toes, there are obviously consequences and often people failed to see why they are a part of that consequence.
Let’s take a look a few diagnosis and symptoms and where we play a large part in the interruptions. Starting with the little doses and working our way up, we can see that bipolar is a common disorder in society today. Do not tell me you don’t know someone with bipolar disorder, unless you have been isolated for thousands of years, I don’t believe you! Bipolar is a common disorder today, and many people fail to understand what it really means. Bipolar is a mere chemical imbalance. This means that the brain is denied of nutrients that are valuable for reproducing good results.
The problem is most people diagnosed with bipolar are disregarded in the sense that childhood experiences are ignored. Many of us deal with traumas, dramas, and other stressors in different way. No ONE person is the same and none of us should be expected to deal with stressors the same as another person. To do this is instigating more problems. First, we all have TRIGGERS, and when triggered we all respond differently. Some of us respond negatively, while others decide to ignore the issues. The ones that ignore the many issues are often not hearing the messages in between, and this is what separates mental illness from the so-called normal mind. First-hand experience, I am willing to put my money on the mental ill since they are more apt to listen/hear verses the so-called normal that only hear what they want to hear and rarely listen to what is said to them.
There are many that will dispute mental illness, but these people are only adding fuel to a fire that has already been started since Jesus and before walked the earth. I will not walk with Cain and Able, since you probably do not want to go there, but the fact is jealousy, hate, and other related issues raised enough hate in Cain that he killed his own brother. The fact is mental illness has been around for decades and the links are jealousy, hate, fornication, lies, and so forth, and while these are the underlying issues that revolve around mental illnesses, the overlying problems are left to be addressed. BREAKING it down, what part, do you play in the diagnosis of mental illnesses? I think if you read between the lines, you will soon find out. Mental illnesses are not only a diagnose, but a belief, a thought, and process of understanding what is taught to another.
Finally, I study human behaviors and criminal justice, and I will be the first to tell you that we all play a role in mental illness and mental health, and we all are responsible for the problems that we face everyday.
Knowing the mental health symptoms is important to learning how to fix the many problems we all face today. We should examine cognitive disorders to get a better understanding of mental illnesses.
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