How to ask me Questions with #katiFAQ! Mental Health Help with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

How to ask me Questions with #katiFAQ! Mental Health Help with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Hey everybody. So we have a lot of new people on the channel it’s so exciting. But because we have a lot of new people. Some people don’t understand the FAQ. And then the, I know people are frustrated. And they are like Kati, what the heck. When do I ask my questions? Will it …

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Self-Care Tips for Anxiety & Depression

Happy Tuesday my beautiful people, welcome back to my channel. It’s Keara. And if you clicked on this video, you already know what I’m gonna be talking about This is a video all about caring for yourself, self care when you have anxiety and/or depression but these are also just general self-care tips that I …

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4 Psychological Terms That You’re Using Incorrectly

4 Psychological Terms That You’re Using Incorrectly

At some point, you’ve probably heard someone call their emotional ex-boyfriend a psycho. Or maybe they said that their tidy roommate had OCD, or their unpredictable neighbor was totally schizo, or their moody sister was bipolar. We do this a lot…and let’s stop. Think about it this way…if your friend doesn’t like sugar, you aren’t …

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Understanding Hoarding – Part 1 (Instrumental Health – A Mental Health Documentary Series)

Understanding Hoarding – Part 1 (Instrumental Health – A Mental Health Documentary Series)

[Music] Initially, HoardingUK was just started as the helpline, so I was volunteering Fridays, I put up the one-page website in September, by October I had my first call. I can never say this without welling up. The first thing she said to me was “Where have you been?” The clinical statistics are 2 to …

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The Happiest Girl in the World | SoSonia

The Happiest Girl in the World | SoSonia

[ Soft music plays ] -She was the happiest girl in the world. Despite the fact that she had a medicine cabinet filled with more antidepressant pills than toiletries, she was happy. She was clinically diagnosed with anxiety… OCD… and depression. Sure, you may have a meaning behind each one of them, but there are …

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Mental Health [101] in Schools & A Personal Story of Addiction, Mental Illness, Recovery, Wellbeing

Mental Health [101] in Schools & A Personal Story of Addiction, Mental Illness, Recovery, Wellbeing

Jacob and Jesse these two dudes helped us set this up so let’s give them a quick round of applause! The amount of people it takes just to organize this it shows us that you need a community to do things. Anyhow, so how’s this sound yeah and you guys can hear me in the …

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Understanding OCD – Part 5 (Instrumental Health – A Mental Health Documentary Series)

Understanding OCD – Part 5 (Instrumental Health – A Mental Health Documentary Series)

[Music] It’s not just the sufferers, you know? We’ve all got families, and it affects the family. It affects the workplace. It affects every aspect of your life. And OCD Action provide support and resources to everybody. We offer a helpline, so an email and phone helpline, which is a listening and information service. We …

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Understanding OCD – Part 4 (Instrumental Health – A Mental Health Documentary Series)

Understanding OCD – Part 4 (Instrumental Health – A Mental Health Documentary Series)

[Music] I’m running 230 kilometres through the Amazon rainforest of Peru. The actual event is called the Jungle Ultra, and I’m doing the event to raise money and awareness for OCD Action. Why do I take on these massive challenges? My answer is this. Number 1 – it gives my pain some kind of purpose. …

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An honest chat about mental health with Rowan Ellis [CC]

R: It’s OK. I’ll just… It’s a nice interlude. [Jessica laughs] J: Gonna start this video by saying: I have a terrible cold J: I might sniffle a bit. But I’ve got tissues ready. J: So we’re good. R: I am not sick for now. J: Well, you’re sitting next to me for quite a …

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‘I thought I’d killed someone’ BBC Stories

‘I thought I’d killed someone’ BBC Stories

I lie on my bed and think I’ve killed someone, and I can lie on my bed for three months at a time, four months at a time. The realisation that I actually haven’t done anything can come up to six, seven months later. Connor has battled for a long time with his condition. And …

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