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Kate Emily Brinly
Senior Peer Facilitator & Recovery Coach. Lived experience of being labelled with BPD & CPTSD a survivor and a thriver. All views my own.
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Irvin D. Yalom Nov 22
Very glad to say that the 6th edition of The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy is now available. Working together with my colleague and collaborator, Molyn Leszcz, we have stayed true to the heart of the interpersonal group model and also added important sections...
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C.G. Jung Foundation Oct 24
"It is a most painful procedure to tear off those veils, but each step forward in psychological development means just that, the tearing off of a new veil. We are like onions with many skins, and we have to peel ourselves again and again in order to get at the real core."
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Dr. Thema Oct 20
You have startled those who stole your bricks and didn’t expect you to rebuild your life. Now look at you. Amazing.
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C.G. Jung Foundation Oct 18
"Find out what a person fears most and that is where he will develop next." - C.G. Jung
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The Second Wound 🦋 Oct 17
Breathe and rest. You will find your energy again. There is far more joy in an authentic life.
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Keir Harding Oct 10
For lets try to stop telling people who have lived through neglect, abandonment and abuse that their personalities are disordered
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Johann Hari Sep 30
We need to talk less about chemical imbalances, and more about the imbalances in the way we live.
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The Vmiac Sep 30
Today is the start of . 'Flipping the Script: Changing the Narrative on BPD' aims to change the way we think and talk about borderline personality disorder. Click here to take part in events, share art against stigma and more
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C.G. Jung Foundation Sep 29
"You are what you do, not what you say you’ll do."
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Johann Hari Oct 1
If you survived extreme acts as a child - as I did - that can cause depression later in life, but only in one situation: if you haven't been able to release the shame & trauma it caused. As Dr Vicent Felitti has shown, it's not the trauma that destroys you; it's the shame.
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Dr. Thema Sep 30
At times we grieve the amount of time we spent in expired circumstances. The healing is in appreciating the fresh wind of a new beginning.
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C.G. Jung Foundation Sep 30
"The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are." - Carl Gustav Jung
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C.G. Jung Foundation Sep 26
"I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become." - C.G. Jung
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Dr. Thema Sep 23
If you’re exhausted, drained, tired of it all, outraged, or numb, it’s understandable. Give yourself space and time to breathe and grieve. Rest and restore. Spend time in nourishing spaces with people who get it, who get you.
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Irvin D. Yalom Sep 22
I think all kinds of meanings in life transcend your self. They're linked to other generations of people around us, to our children and our family. We're passing on something of ourselves to others. I feel that's what makes our life full of meaning.
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#WOMENSART Sep 18
“At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can.” – Frida Kahlo
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C.G. Jung Foundation Sep 18
"No tree, it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reach down to hell." Carl Gustav Jung
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Kate Emily Brinly Sep 18
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Johann Hari Sep 16
In the 3 years I spent interviewing experts all over the world about depression & anxiety for my book Lost Connections, I learned about 9 different causes of these problems. How many are playing out in your life right now?
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