Sunday, June 13, 2010

Top Hits...and a Tiger Lily

Tiger Lily
June 12 2010

It's been a few weeks since I've done a "Top Hits" post so here you go; counting down the "Top Hits" that you voted on with your clicks over the past few weeks....

#4 - Empowering Solutions - Whats getting in the way 6/3/2010 - Heal My PTSD | Internet Radio | Blog Talk Radio On June 3rd I kicked off a new BTR program in conjunction with Michelle Rosenthal of Heal My PTSD, LLC; "...the foundation for healing from trauma issues begins with a firm foundation based on worth without justification, creating a sense of safety in our lives and finding that "thing" that we say "I get to do this again tomorrow"...

#3 - Pssst...Run With The Wind This post continues to be a "Top Hit"

#2 - The Sting of Stigma: Conclusion "It is often said that a loving, supportive environment with clear boundaries is the one thing that makes a difference to someone struggling with the emotional and cognitive distress related to what is termed "mental illness"...But how often does this actually happen within home and family - or community?"

#1 - Abuse: I "didn't know that I didn't know""As long as I lived my life "on guard" for the next "abuser" I was focussed again on finding my "solution" in something or someone outside of myself...instead of concentrating on learning how to no longer be a victim."

Thanks to all of you who drop by each day - and continuing to let me know what it is that you find interesting by voting each day and week with your "clicks".

I hope you'll "stay tuned" as we continue to talk about making that shift from "illness" to living a life of "wellness"...

This week we'll be taking a look at diagnosis in "mental health" issues as something I "have" and how making this mind-shift to "wellness" can empower us to create the life of our lots of other interesting - and maybe even controversial - ideas about the "disease" paradigm of mental health issues that are coming up over the next few weeks.

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Q: What has been your personal "high point" this week in your own journey?


Melissa Mashburn said...

My personal high this week was when my mother told me she thought I was wise. It is not that it was an external compliment making me feel good, but the comment exemplifies the change that has taken place in me and the change that has taken place in mine and my mother's relationship.

Susan said...

Hi Melissa! I apologize for the delay in responding to your comment - and I wanted to say - how wonderful that you are able to see through others eyes the changes that are taking place in you! Awesometastic!

Thanks for taking the time to comment!