TODAY IS BELL LETS TALK JANUARY 25 2017 GET INFORMED
Taneesha Brown you are sadly missed.My deepest and most heartfelt sympathies to her family at this time. Her brother told CBC News that Brown had been taking medication for bipolar disorder and paranoid schizophrenia, but had recently gone off her medication because she believed she could heal herself through faith. My prayers for your family and all families learning to find ways to cope with Mental Illness. Just as with physical health, no one goes through life without some mental wellness challenges. This is just as true in childhood as it is in adulthood. Many challenges are a normal part of life. For the most part, we learn and grow from them.
Some people worry about asking for help because there can be stigma around mental health problems. They may believe that asking for help means admitting that something is wrong. Some people worry about how others might see them. Asking for help means that you want to make changes or take steps towards your new health goals. We should celebrate the courage it takes to speak up and make changes. Getting help is part of recovery.
lets Talk Anger for a Moment
Anger is an emotion that tells us when something may be wrong. For example, we may feel angry when something is beyond our control or feels unfair, when we can’t reach a goal, or when someone is hurt or threatened. We can also feel angry when we are under too much stress. Anger can involve a wide range of feelings. We may be a little annoyed over a minor incident, like being stuck in traffic or missing our bus. More serious problems, like getting hurt or seeing someone else get hurt, may cause strong feelings like rage. Sometimes, we just feel angry for no reason.
Anger may be a problem for you when it’s:
What can You Do
Remember Anger is a normal reaction to some situations. Anger can also be helpful when it matches the situation and motivates people to take action or work towards a goal. However, anger that’s dealt with in unhealthy ways can create problems and affect your well-being. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to deal with your anger.