During that time, I had to set this book aside for several weeks because of how close to home everything hit.A couple of years prior, this had almost been one of my own children, and had we not noticed the signs and gotten her into the doctors and then into counseling/psychotherapy, it could’ve been us.Even if you were perfect, your partner would make you out to be completely messed up. They can be funny, easy-going, exciting, attractive. You feel a pull to them, and they make you feel special. They act as if they are the smartest, hottest, richest or most successful person and everyone knows it. You did something wrong first to make them explode.
If they cheat on you, they will blame it on something you couldn’t provide them. You start to feel like you are playing a game to which there are no rules and there is no way out. Your partner has to know where you are and what you are doing at all times. He or she might spy on you, check the messages on your phone, talk to your friends without you knowing, have people “check up” on you, hack into your email account or Facebook to see who you are talking to. But they make you feel like you have to stay with them no matter how they treat you, or that they can’t help the way that they act. No matter what they do, or have done, nothing is ever their fault. I am from India I scored in most of the descriptions in this _only thing I am happy about is that one about life of party. His people and friends do not know me still criticizing me 2. He underestimated my skills and he was emailing his ex. True that I have barred him from his women friends who he has had sex chats with, who wanted to go to his home to change clothes!! So for me, this book is the voice of the people around me or no longer with us.And because I truly want to continue to advocate for mental illness and suicide awareness, I’m going to put my money where my mouth is. is a mental health education, bully and suicide prevention initiative that creates a positive cultural change through simple daily actions. Action Plan is the “stop, drop, and roll” of mental health education that teaches people to notice, invite, challenge, and empower themselves and others. One day, he is caring and loving and wonderful, and the next he is hateful and raging and mean. You are afraid to talk, or when you do talk you feel like you are never heard, your words are taken out of context, misunderstood, or blatantly ignored. In the beginning of a relationship they might seem like everything you ever wanted….usually this is because they are trying to act like everything you ever wanted. You have no support group and therefore your partner gains more power. He or she might be mean to people they think are “below them” or people who are defenseless, like babies or children. Like flipping a switch, he can change drastically from one extreme to the next. He or she acts one way when they are around you, but completely different around your parents, and completely different around their friends. Slowly, you lose your friends until you feel like your partner is the only person you have left. Your partner cycles from mean and vicious to sweet and loving, then back again. He might set traps for squirrels or rabbits and then torture them. Her counselor wants her to feel safe to talk about things, and asks her to make some lists. List will be releasing on June 13, 2017 (EEP) and I’ve really had it on my heart lately to donate some of the monies I earn from this book to organizations who either advocate, help fund patient funds, or build awareness for mental illness. It touches on a lot of hard subjects (suicide, mental illness, rape…) but it hit even closer to home because I have a child and parent who suffer from mental illness. This book follows my main character, Ellie, who is in a mental institute, trying to sort through everything in her life.They might lose their temper in the middle of a restaurant because they think you are flirting with the waiter. You’re not always sure what the problem is, but things never add up. If you follow what they say, things still don’t get better.They might bring up personal issues at inappropriate times. If you work hard to fix one thing, they will find something else that is wrong. They always have an excuse or a story or someone to blame: someone caused them to act the way that they did. You might want to go to the movies–your partner will make sure you go out to dinner instead. He or she might even brag about the fact that they have left a trail of tears behind them. You might be terrified of what your partner will say or do if you tell them. He used to put you up on a pedestal…and now all he does is try to tear you down. From little things to big things, you feel like your partner never listens. They lie about things they don’t need to lie about. They can swear on their life that they are not lying. A healthy person is consistent in the way they treat people, regardless of their status. Your partner has a bad reputation or a tradition of “messy relationships”.