This category contains some thoughts regarding the hard reset I had to make in life. These mostly relate to the complex web of (mental health) issues that is caused by intergenerational trauma. The posts in here might not always make sense on their own. The context cannot always be described as that would make for a lot of repetition throughout posts. As such these need to be viewed in the broader context of these posts.
The paradox of the rational mind
I'd argue that those fostering a belief to exist as totally rational beings for the sole reason they deny the existence of emotions, might in fact be the most emotional beings around. This is what I'd call "the paradox of the rational mind".
Who is to blame for suicide?
Many ideas surrounding suicide tend to shift the blame towards the person deciding to get rid of their life. In this post I introduce a paradox surrounding those supporting the suicidal person, also potentially being the cause of these suicidal ideations in the first place.