After eight great years hosting this blog site on WordPress.com, I have started my own company “Bullying Recovery” and a new website. All future posts will be done on this website.
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I will continue to repost the blogs from this site here as well, but new updates will appear on my new site. Please use the link above to read the latest posts and thank you for eight great years of sharing with you my Bullying Stories on this site.
Blog author of “Not Just Depressed”, Becky, talks with Alan Eisenberg about her journey through her depression. Becky is 27 and from the UK. After being diagnosed with depression and anxiety she created her blog Not Just Depressed that has a positive view on mental health. Becky candidly shares her story … Continue reading
Source: Healthy University: Episode 33 – Dealing with Depression with Becky from Not Just Depressed
A lot of you cared, just not enough. ― Jay Asher This week, we saw another child, thirteen-year-old Daniel Fitzpatrick, take his own life, leaving a note telling of all the bullying he endured and how he just couldn’t go on. He tied a belt around his neck and hung … Continue reading
Source: Why Won’t Bullying End?
Yes they’re sharing a drink they call loneliness, but it’s better than drinking alone. ~ Billy Joel “The Piano Man” The picture here was taken this week by me while walking alone on the beach. As I took the picture, I sensed in myself a feeling of being alone and … Continue reading
Source: Sharing a Feeling Called Loneliness
The best years of your life are the ones in which you decide your problems are your own. You do not blame them on your mother, the ecology, or the president. You realize that you control your own destiny. ~ Albert Ellis I remember having a conversation with a doctor … Continue reading
Source: Fake It Until You Make It
Family therapist and author, Dr. Ellen deLara, talks with host, Alan Eisenberg, about the scars that bullying can leave on people, long after the abuse has ended. Dr. Ellen Walser deLara is a family therapist and an associate professor at the School of Social Work at Syracuse University. Her areas of research expertise … Continue reading
Source: Healthy University: Episode 31 – Dr. Ellen deLara on Bullying Scars
“I have learned to seek my happiness by limiting my desires, rather than in attempting to satisfy them.” ― John Stuart Mill “I am never happy,” I told my mentor.” “Never?” he asked me. “Do you expect to be happy all the time. So you are never happy?” “Well, maybe … Continue reading
Source: Living with Contentment
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson For some, life is not all sunshine and daisies. Life can be trying at times, especially if an individual has an addiction. While in its throws, addiction can … Continue reading
Source: Better Living with Therapy