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Posted on Sun, Sep 20, 2009 10:51

There is nothing more important in a potential relationship than finding out if you are dealing with someone who has mental health issues. There is a great online site to do some reading that you can find by searching for mentalhealth There are two sites that will show up,, Here is a great chart from that site that shows the percentages for some of the common problems. As you can see from the chart, a very large percentage of the population has mental health issues; some of the issues are not that harmful to a relationship, but some are extremely important. Share your experiences here in this blog if you wish.

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Posted on Tue, Dec 15, 2009 21:05

I guess that now with the brain studies we are more informed and realizing about the problem of mental illnesses. The fact surprises us because the information we can have today. From my point of view I guess that one of the things that improve this problem is the high level of stress.


?En que te ofendo, cuando solo intento poner bellezas en mi entendimiento y no mi entendimiento en las bellezas? -Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. Xocoatl

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Posted on Mon, Dec 14, 2009 14:44

I agree with Irocas there are more brain studies .Before they would have said you were haunted and Inquisition will delete the problem. That was why there weren´t this problems before, they finished with the problem from its source. This was scary. Or families hidded their members with problems and never let know.


?En que te ofendo, cuando solo intento poner bellezas en mi entendimiento y no mi entendimiento en las bellezas? -Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. Xocoatl

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Posted on Mon, Dec 14, 2009 14:39

I am sorry I can´t apport anything due my nationality, I'm mexican,.As you have seeing in movies and ads worldwide everybody see Mexico like a country full of crazy people hahahahahaha.... Due this is and that we are known as aa 3rd world country we can´t have the luxury of affording such expenses of mental illnesses and is easier to show to the world always party people ;) Just kidding but in some way I am not. I was living in a 1st world country for 6 months and after a while I've got surprised to realize that they consider teenagers suicide normal. Once a month there was somebody commiting suicide in that area at least. I came back to my country and after 8 years of that I've heard that, for the first time one teenage who suicide in this area but he had an extremely disfunctional family. But is not a question of 1st, 2nd or 3rd world, how come that adults considered normal? There are many gaps in society worldwide or maybe there are more statistics about what is going on in all matters and issues.


?En que te ofendo, cuando solo intento poner bellezas en mi entendimiento y no mi entendimiento en las bellezas? -Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. Xocoatl

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Posted on Thu, Dec 03, 2009 20:28

Quoting vivavictoria:

Passive aggressiveness is the worst and noone considers that a mental problem. Why?



I think it would be considered a personality disorder. Most personality disorders are not considered mental health problems I think.


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Posted on Mon, Oct 26, 2009 18:23

Passive aggressiveness is the worst and noone considers that a mental problem. Why?



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Posted on Mon, Oct 26, 2009 18:21

Unfortunately many men fall prey for this 'bipolar femme fatle' because the very first thing she offers his her unabashed hyper-sexuality that your other head thinks is such the bomb.

Its not until the blood rushes back to your secondary member that you go..Oh Sh''!

By than its too late and I end up having to deal with the men and the aftermath of what these chicks did to y'all!!

¿Maybe a rubber band around you most beloved will stop you thinking sex is so great and friendship, laughter, and real love is soooo much better.

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Posted on Fri, Sep 25, 2009 08:36

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Mental Health problems in people who aren't taking meds for it will ruin your life..........I experienced this with my Mother and Sister almost all of my life. My father and I were the strong ones and my Mother and sister were the week ones. My father has passed on, and it was my Mother who aided in his passing, because of the stress she put my father thru, I watched it all happen right in front of my very eyes. She still wont take meds, to this day.......and since my sister suffered from bi-polar manic depressive disorder, when she ran out of meds, she'd go straight to methamphetamines trying to deal with my mothers anxiety problems.....OMG! You talk about hard to live with..........this is madness! LOL Believe me, dont get hooked up with anyone of these types of people on this list, you'll regret it more than you could ever imagine regretting anything, LOL This was a very good topic to bring up, www12345! And anyone that wishes to learn about the topic of mentaal health, just grab yourself a book on psychology, and there are way too many books on that subject for me to even go into right now. But, learn about the mind, and you wont regret it. Believe me! And whats really weird about my father and mother, is that my father worked at a mental institution for almost 36 yrs of his life, and at 16 yrs of age, I asked my father if I could move out of the house, since my 17th B-Day was a month away......and he asked why! I said if I dont get out of this house, the next time Mom hits me, I will hit her back......and a month later, Dad let me move out, but holding my boyfriend responsible if I did not graduate with my class. I graduated with my class! Never to disappoint my father, like my Mother did all the time. I think my father was blind to my Mothers disability of mental illness.....or, he just loved her so much, that he would never say one single durrogatory word about her to anyone, not even me. Yet he was a professional RN, psyche-tech, and administator to the offices at Patton Hospital.....very intelligent man and completely in love with a mentally compromised woman.......unbelievable!


So true tswryw. I have never had good experiences with people with personality disorders or mental health issues. From the Successful psychopaths encountered at work to more personal acquaintances. All were bad experiences. I think the most dangerous of all are the successful psychopaths. They gain power and money and thus can harm millions. There are some good books out there on successful psychopaths, which we often encounter when dating. Here is a short blurb from one researcher. Belinda Board and Katarina Fritzon of the University of Surrey compared personality traits of successful business managers and patients at Broadmoor Hospital, one of Britain's highest security psychiatric hospitals. The researchers found that the business managers scored, on average, more highly on measures of histrionic, narcissistic and compulsive personality than samples of former and current patients. These personality traits are thought to reflect characteristics such as superficial charm, lack of empathy and perfectionism. All of which could be potentially useful in the cut-throat business world.


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Posted on Wed, Sep 23, 2009 05:56

Quoting tswryw:

Mental Health problems in people who aren't taking meds for it will ruin your life..........I experienced this with my Mother and Sister almost all of my life. My father and I were the strong ones and my Mother and sister were the week ones. My father has passed on, and it was my Mother who aided in his passing, because of the stress she put my father thru, I watched it all happen right in front of my very eyes. She still wont take meds, to this day.......and since my sister suffered from bi-polar manic depressive disorder, when she ran out of meds, she'd go straight to methamphetamines trying to deal with my mothers anxiety problems.....OMG! You talk about hard to live with..........this is madness! LOL Believe me, dont get hooked up with anyone of these types of people on this list, you'll regret it more than you could ever imagine regretting anything, LOL This was a very good topic to bring up, www12345! And anyone that wishes to learn about the topic of mentaal health, just grab yourself a book on psychology, and there are way too many books on that subject for me to even go into right now. But, learn about the mind, and you wont regret it. Believe me! And whats really weird about my father and mother, is that my father worked at a mental institution for almost 36 yrs of his life, and at 16 yrs of age, I asked my father if I could move out of the house, since my 17th B-Day was a month away......and he asked why! I said if I dont get out of this house, the next time Mom hits me, I will hit her back......and a month later, Dad let me move out, but holding my boyfriend responsible if I did not graduate with my class. I graduated with my class! Never to disappoint my father, like my Mother did all the time. I think my father was blind to my Mothers disability of mental illness.....or, he just loved her so much, that he would never say one single durrogatory word about her to anyone, not even me. Yet he was a professional RN, psyche-tech, and administator to the offices at Patton Hospital.....very intelligent man and completely in love with a mentally compromised woman.......unbelievable!


I'll second that but it's just as bad or even worse when they are on the wrong meds prescribed by untrained doctors. A new specialty of docs who monitor and analyze brain chemistry is emerging. It's critical to monitor this on a regular basis.


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Posted on Tue, Sep 22, 2009 09:50

Mental Health problems in people who aren't taking meds for it will ruin your life..........I experienced this with my Mother and Sister almost all of my life. My father and I were the strong ones and my Mother and sister were the week ones. My father has passed on, and it was my Mother who aided in his passing, because of the stress she put my father thru, I watched it all happen right in front of my very eyes. She still wont take meds, to this day.......and since my sister suffered from bi-polar manic depressive disorder, when she ran out of meds, she'd go straight to methamphetamines trying to deal with my mothers anxiety problems.....OMG! You talk about hard to live with..........this is madness! LOL Believe me, dont get hooked up with anyone of these types of people on this list, you'll regret it more than you could ever imagine regretting anything, LOL This was a very good topic to bring up, www12345! And anyone that wishes to learn about the topic of mentaal health, just grab yourself a book on psychology, and there are way too many books on that subject for me to even go into right now. But, learn about the mind, and you wont regret it. Believe me! And whats really weird about my father and mother, is that my father worked at a mental institution for almost 36 yrs of his life, and at 16 yrs of age, I asked my father if I could move out of the house, since my 17th B-Day was a month away......and he asked why! I said if I dont get out of this house, the next time Mom hits me, I will hit her back......and a month later, Dad let me move out, but holding my boyfriend responsible if I did not graduate with my class. I graduated with my class! Never to disappoint my father, like my Mother did all the time. I think my father was blind to my Mothers disability of mental illness.....or, he just loved her so much, that he would never say one single durrogatory word about her to anyone, not even me. Yet he was a professional RN, psyche-tech, and administator to the offices at Patton Hospital.....very intelligent man and completely in love with a mentally compromised woman.......unbelievable!


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Posted on Mon, Sep 21, 2009 11:48

look for the site that has the chart. It has the best information. Sorry but MM won't let me post the link.


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Posted on Mon, Sep 21, 2009 11:47

I guess the management of this site don't believe in public service information.


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Posted on Mon, Sep 21, 2009 11:46

look for the site that has the chart. It has the best information. Sorry but MM won't let me post the link.


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Posted on Mon, Sep 21, 2009 08:04

mental health,,whats that ????


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