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Terms and Their Definitions….

Before we can embark upon our journey together we must first learn the meanings of words that ourselves, and society use. I have included the Webster’s dictionary definitions for many challenges we face in life. Please read them and contact me with your personal definitions, as they will definitely vary; I know mine do. God bless you and thank you for your participation.

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Abuse:                        To use wrongly 2. to mistreat, esp. by inflicting physical or sexual harm on 3. to insult; revile (n wrong use 2 mistreatment esp., by the infliction of physical or sexual harm 3 a corrupt practice 4. insulting language

Physical:                    Of nature, and all matter, material 2. Of or according to the laws of nature 3. Of, or produced by the forces of 4. Of the body as opposed to the mind

Verbal:                       Of, in or by means of words 2. In speech; oral 3. Of, like, or derived from a verb

Emotional:                 Of or showing emotion 2. Easily aroused to emotion 3. Appealing to the emotions; moving

Emotion:                    strong feeling 2. Any specific feeling, as to love, hate, fear, anger

Mental:                       Of, for, by, or in the mind 2. Of, having, or related to mental illness 3. For the mentally ill

Anxiety:                      Worry or uneasiness about what may happen 2. An eager but uneasy desire (anxiety to do well)

Panic:                         (as inspirer of sudden fear) a sudden, unreasoning fear, often spreading quickly

Broken:                      Splintering, fractured 2. not in working order 3. violated (a broken promise) 4. ruined 5. interrupted; discontinued 6. imperfectly spoken, 7. tamed

Bipolar:                      Of or involving poles or polarity 2. having alternating periods of mania and mental depression

Mania:                        A (specified) type of mental disorder 2. an intense enthusiasm for

Disorder:                    A lack of order, confusion 2. breach of public peace, riot 3. an ailment 4. to disrupt the normal function of

Self-Mutilation:

Self:                            The identity, character, etc. of any person or thing w. one’s own person as distinct from all others 3. One’s own welfare or interest

Mutilate:                     To cut off, damage or mar an important part of

Anorexia:                   An eating disorder characterized by obsession with weight loss

Bulimia:                     A continuous, abnormal hunger 2.A disorder characterized by eating large quantities of food followed by self-induced vomiting

Depression:              Depressing or being depressed 2. A hollow or low place 3. Low spirits, dejection 4. A condition marked by hopelessness, self-doubt, lethargy 5. A decrease in force, activity 6. A period of reduced business, much unemployment

Borderline:                 On a boundary 2. indefinite

Schizophrenia:         A mental disorder characterized by separation between thought and emotions, by delusions, bizarre behavior

 

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD):

Obsess:                     to haunt or trouble in mind; preoccupy (to be obsessed or preoccupied.             Obsession     2. An idea, desire, etc. that obsesses one

Compulsion:             A compelling or being compelled 2. A driving force 3. An irresistible impulse to perform some act

Phobia(s):                  An irrational, excessive, and persistent fear of some thing or situation

(Webster’s New World Dictionary & Thesaurus, 2013)

 

Do You or a Loved One Suffer From…

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Do you, a loved one, or a friend suffer from a broken home, phobias, anorexia or bulimia, bipolar personality, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (ocd), borderline personality, schizophrenia, anxiety, panic attacks, abuse-physical, emotional, mental and verbal? This website is dedicated to you. I too have suffered from many of these. In the weeks to follow I will be sharing my story with you in hopes of physical, emotional and spiritual healing. May God bless you as we embark upon this journey of healing together.