When It Comes To Mental Health, Common Sense Isn’t So Common

Is it possible for two people to look at the same object and have completely different opinions about it? Sure, they could agree on obvious things such as the colour and shape, but each individual’s prior experiences and knowledge will determine their opinion and attitude towards it. What one person sees as beautiful can be seen by others as ugly and awful. The same idea applies to emotions and our perception of the world around us. While some people are generally positive and optimistic towards life, others will have an overly negative view of the world and will see everything around them in a profoundly negative way. Our view of the world, whether positive or negative, ultimately is what determines what our experience of the future will be.

Does this concept apply to Generalized Anxiety Disorder? Absolutely! In my experience working with people and helping them overcome their GAD and panic; I’ve found that anxiety sufferers have the narrowest spectrum of emotions from day to day. They are sad, angry, bored, confused, or scared to name a few. The common denominator? Most of the emotions anxious people feel on a daily basis are negative. In my own experience at the peak of my athletic ability, ages 26-31, I was consumed by negativity. My view of the world was that it was all bad, and this attitude did not come about overnight. It built up gradually by listening and accepting all of the internal mental chatter that was going on every day. I judged people very quickly and during those rough years, everyone was the same. I honestly believed that no one actually cared whether I lived or died, they just wanted to be around a successful athlete. Looking back, I am amazed at what an awful way that was to go through life but I learned a very important thing. Your view of everything in this life created your future experiences. During those six years I got more of what I complained about, more of what I feared, and my relationships were always with negative people. When I changed my mindset is when a lot of really positive things started to happen to me. It just seems like there is a certain energy in the world and optimistic people attract other optimistic people while bored and unhappy people attract other bored and unhappy people. In my case I attracted nothing but other negative and pessimistic people.

This can all be traced to our life experiences

The way we interpret the world around us and the judgements we make of things that ultimately gets stored in our subconscious minds. We play the same recording over and over again day after day. Changing that recording and incorporating positive self-talk will change the way you view things. This change will ultimately bring about a better vision of your life which can have a major snowball effect. Before you even realize it, you will start to see the effects on many areas of your life, just from changing to a more optimistic point of view.

Forget the so called mental health gurus who’ve never been though a panic attack or have never lived with crippling anxiety and fear. Visit my blog and let me show you how a professional tennis player with a dream came through and overcame debilitating mental health problems.

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Mental Health Counselling At Its Best

Whenever you think of Mental health counselling, you usually would go blank at one point of time thinking that if it happens to you, what you would do. Firstly, you would go crazy thinking the consequences of mental health of you or your near and dear ones getting detiorated over something. But with the Science advancing and its super effects on your fellow beings, you need not worry about these. There are specialists like Robin Leigh Maier who have been specializing in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and will take the best care of your dear ones mental health.

Robin Leigh Maier has been a Licensed Social Worker and an expert dealing in Mental Health Counselling. She has been dealing with the mental health hazards for the past 25 years and therefore understands your problem even before you start explaining it to her. She deals in the domain of mental health of new born babies, postpartum depression, ADD and ADHD in both children and adults.

She understands that life is unpredictable and even before you realize the same your ability to think normally can go out of the way. But she assures, with her empathetic Cognitive Behavior Therapy , she is able to analyse her patients lives and provide deep counselling to them so that she knows the roots of the problems.

She claims that her practice has no side effects and is especially designed for people who are suffering from ADD and ADHD, anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. This anxiety might occur from breaking up with your partner or losing your job which was very close to you. She has been into treatments like psychoanalytic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, anddialectical behavioral therapy which has benefittted the patients to a large extent and made them live their lives like normal people once again.

Robin is also a trained coach for life skills. She also founded the Mothering Center. She has been well acquainted with the problems of the women and therefore is well known for her counselling services in miscarriages, care of the babies, pregnancy and postpartum depression. If you are unaware, the postpartum depression is a term used for women who have their lost child and she has also ben handling such sensive services through her counseling services. To reach out to a wider audience, she is also a regular blogger through she is able to make her readers aware and motivate them in times of utter sorrow.