Helping Parents, Families, & Caregivers

Month: July 2017

Psychological Urgency: 3 Common Tactics Used To Manipulate

Psychological Urgency: 3 Common Tactics Used To Manipulate

Psychological Urgency is an actual thing in today’s world and in the world of psychology. In fact, the “urgency principle” is used to describe ways marketers gain an advantage over vulnerable people. The “urgency principal” is quite popular around the summer and even more popular […]

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Delusions (preview) Of Video Blog

Delusions (preview) Of Video Blog

Do you know someone with delusions or psychotic behaviors who is difficult to communicate or reason with? If so, you are not alone. The audio blog below summarizes this topic and I offer tips on how to protect yourself and those you love. Stay tuned […]

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Introducing my new video blog!

Introducing my new video blog!

Hello everyone, So happy to announce that I will be launching, January 25, 2018, a weekly video blog on topics relating to mental health, diagnoses, relationships, counseling, trauma, healing, loss and grief, and other topics of interest right here on my website at: anchoredinknowledge.com. You […]

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Severe Psychological Dysfunction: 10 Signs of Pure “Evil”

Severe Psychological Dysfunction: 10 Signs of Pure “Evil”

A discussion of delusions, hallucinations, and psychotic disorders can be complicated. For most people, psychosis is difficult to understand and live with, especially when a person threatens your livelihood and/or your life. This article will discuss some of the behaviors and characteristics that can be […]

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Suicidal Thoughts: Jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge

Suicidal Thoughts: Jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge

Did you know that the Golden Gate Bridge is the prime location for suicide attempts? Did you know that the bridge is infamous for about 3,000 completed suicides? The bridge is one of the larges bridges in the nation which took about 11 construction workers […]

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Borderline Personality Disorder: Relational Challenges

Borderline Personality Disorder: Relational Challenges

One key feature of borderline personality disorder is chronic relational problems that lead to separation, divorce, or loss of the relationship in some fashion. For many of us, understanding the borderline personality can feel like a losing battle. One minute you may think you understand […]

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