Reactive attachment disorder (RAD)

Reactive attachment disorder (RAD) can make it difficult to connect with others and manage emotions. This can result in a lack of trust and self-worth, a fear of getting close to anyone, anger, and a need to be in control.

A child with RAD rarely seeks comfort when distressed and often feels unsafe and alone. They may be extremely withdrawn, emotionally detached, and resistant to comforting. Even though the child is aware of what’s going on around them—hypervigilant even—they don’t react or respond. They may push others away, ignore them, or even act out aggressively when others try to get close.  read more

 

Harley Quinn – Insane like me halsey

GASOLINE

Lyrics
Are you insane like me?
Been in pain like me?
Bought a hundred dollar bottle of champagne like me?
Just to pour that motherfucker down the drain like me?
Would you use your water bill to dry the stain like me?
 –
Are you high enough without the Mary Jane like me?
Do you tear yourself apart to entertain like me?
Do the people whisper ’bout you on the train like me?
Saying that you shouldn’t waste your pretty face like me?
 –
And all the people say
You can’t wake up, this is not a dream
You’re part of a machine, you are not a human being
With your face all made up, living on a screen
Low on self-esteem, so you run on gasoline
 –
I think there’s a flaw in my code
(Oh, ooh-oh, ooh-oh, oh)
These voices won’t leave me alone
Well, my heart is gold and my hands are cold
 –
Are you deranged like me?
Are you strange like me?
Lighting matches just to swallow up the flame like me?
Do you call yourself a fucking hurricane like me?
Pointing fingers ’cause you’ll never take the blame like me?
 –
And all the people say
You can’t wake up, this is not a dream
You’re part of a machine, you are not a human being
With your face all made up, living on a screen
Low on self-esteem, so you run on gasoline
 –
I think there’s a flaw in my code
(Oh, ooh-oh, ooh-oh, oh)
These voices won’t leave me alone
Well, my heart is gold and my hands are cold
Source: Musixmatch
Songwriters: Peder Losnegard / Ashley Frangipane
Gasoline lyrics © Sony/atv Music Publishing Allegro (scandinavi, 17 Black Music, Songs Of Universal Inc.

Depressive Episode

What is a depressive episode?

The definition of a depressive episode is a period of depression that persists for at least two weeks. During a depressive episode, a person will typically experience low or depressed mood and/or loss of interest in most activities, as well as a number of other symptoms of depression, such as tiredness, changes in appetite, feelings of worthlessness and recurrent thoughts of death. The length of a depressive episode varies, but the average duration is thought to be six to eight months.

Depression is a common illness, and many people will experience one or more episodes of depression in their lifetime. While people of all races and ages can experience depressive episodes, they tend to be more common among women than men. People who have a history of depression, other mental health conditions such as bipolar disorder or anxiety, or chronic physical conditions such as diabetes, chronic pain or multiple sclerosis, also have a higher risk of experiencing a depressive episode.

The severity of a depressive episode varies; it may be classified as major or minor, depending on the number of symptoms and degree of impairment (social, domestic and work) experienced. Regardless of the severity, all depressive episodes should be taken seriously and treated promptly by a professional healthcare provider. Effective treatment, which typically involves medication and/or therapy, for depression is available.

Without appropriate treatment, the risk of experiencing further episodes of depression is thought to be higher. The risk of another depressive episode occurring seems to increase with every new episode, with each one likely to last longer and be more severe than the previous one. Timely treatment can alleviate the symptoms of depression and help shorten the duration of any future episodes.  read more

The Witches || Sweet But Psycho

Lyrics
Oh, she’s sweet but a psycho
A little bit psycho
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

Oh, she’s hot but a psycho
So left but she’s right, though
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

She’ll make you curse, but she a blessin’
She’ll rip your shirt within a second
You’ll be coming back, back for seconds
With your plate, you just can’t help it

No, no, you’ll play along
Let her lead you on
You’ll be saying, “No, no”
Then saying, “Yes, yes, yes”
‘Cause she messin’ with your head

Oh, she’s sweet but a psycho
A little bit psycho
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

Oh, she’s hot but a psycho
So left but she’s right, though
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

“Grab a cop gun” kinda crazy
She’s poison but tasty
Yeah, people say, “Run, don’t walk away”

‘Cause she’s sweet but a psycho
A little bit psycho
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

See, someone said, “Don’t drink her potions
She’ll kiss your neck with no emotion
When she’s mean, you know you love it
‘Cause she tastes so sweet, don’t sugarcoat it”

No, no, you’ll play along
Let her lead you on
You’ll be saying, “No (no, no, no), no (no)”
Then saying, “Yes, yes, yes”
‘Cause she messin’ with your head (hey)

Oh, she’s sweet but a psycho
A little bit psycho
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

Oh, she’s hot but a psycho
So left but she’s right, though
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

“Grab a cop gun” kinda crazy
She’s poison but tasty
Yeah, people say, “Run, don’t walk away”

‘Cause she’s sweet but a psycho
A little bit psycho
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

You’re just like me, you’re out your mind
I know it’s strange, we’re both the crazy kind
You’re tellin’ me that I’m insane
Boy, don’t pretend that you don’t love the pain

Oh, she’s sweet but a psycho
A little bit psycho
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

Oh, she’s hot but a psycho
So left but she’s right, though
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”
“Grab a cop gun” kinda crazy
She’s poison but tasty
Yeah, people say, “Run, don’t walk away”

‘Cause she’s sweet but a psycho
A little bit psycho
At night she’s screamin’
“I’m-ma-ma-ma out my mind”

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Henry Russell Walter / William Lobban Bean / Madison Emiko Love / Andreas Haukeland / Amanda Koci
Sweet but Psycho lyrics © Artist Publishing Group Gmr, Max Cut Publishing

Artist: Ava Max
Album: Sweet but Psycho
Released: 2018
Key: D♭ Major hooktheory.com

Cascada – Pyromania (Official Video)

Lyrics

Pyro Pyromania ma ma mania
Pyro Pyromania ma ma mania

Call me obsessed
Call me insane
Something is creeping through my veins
My eyes cannot see
What’s underneath
I can’t stop and you can’t stop me

I’m gonna get this fire started
Impossible for you to breathe
The temperatures rising up

(Up, so hot)
‘Cause I’m burning up

Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Pyromania
Ah ah ow
Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Ow ow owww

Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Pyromania
Ah ah ow
Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Ow ow owww

Pyro Pyromania ma ma mania
Pyro Pyromania ma ma mania

I must confess
A thousand degrees
Bring out the beast inside of me
Don’t be afraid
Go into the place

It’s gonna melt your fears away
I’m gonna get this fire started
Impossible for you to breath
The temperatures rising up

(Up, so hot)
And I’m burning up

Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Pyromania
Ah ah ow
Pyromania
Pyromania
Ow ow owww

Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Pyromania
Ah ah ow
Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Ow ow owww

Pyro Pyromania ma ma mania
Pyro Pyromania ma ma ma mania

Soon as the fire is running wild
I will surrender to Fahrenheit
And I don’t want to apologize
It’s getting hot, hot, and I’m burning up

Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Pyromania
Ah ah ow
Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Ow ow owww
(Heat it, heat it up, up)

Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Pyromania
Ah ah ow
Pyromania
Pyromania ow
Ow ow owww

Source: Musixmatch

Songwriters: Manuel Reuter / Yann Peifer / Allan Eshuys
Pyromania lyrics © Edition Manian, Kobalt Music Services Ltd Kms

Pyromania

Pyromania is an impulse control disorder in which individuals repeatedly fail to resist impulses to deliberately start fires, in order to relieve some tension or for instant gratification. The term pyromania comes from the Greek word πῦρ (pyr, ‘fire’). Pyromania is distinct from arson, the deliberate setting of fires for personal, monetary or political gain. Pyromaniacs start fires to induce euphoria. Pyromania is a type of impulse control disorder, along with kleptomaniaintermittent explosive disorder and others.

There are specific symptoms that separate pyromaniacs from those who start fires for criminal purposes or due to emotional motivations not specifically related to fire. Someone with this disorder deliberately and purposely sets fires on more than one occasion, and before the act of lighting the fire the person usually experiences tension and an emotional buildup. When around fires, a person with pyromania gains intense interest or fascination and may also experience pleasure, gratification or relief. Another long term contributor often linked with pyromania is the buildup of stress. When studying the lifestyle of someone with pyromania, a buildup of stress and emotion is often evident and this is seen in teens’ attitudes towards friends and family. At times it is difficult to distinguish the difference between pyromania and experimentation in childhood because both involve pleasure from the fire.  read more

 

Intermittent Explosive Disorder

What is intermittent explosive disorder?

Intermittent explosive disorder (IED) is a condition that involves sudden outbursts of rage, aggression, or violence. These reactions tend to be irrational or out of proportion to the situation.

While most people lose their temper once in a while, IED involves frequent, recurring outbursts. Individuals with IED might throw tantrums, destroy property, or attack others verbally or physically.

Read on to learn some common signs of IED.

What are the symptoms?

The impulsive, aggressive episodes that characterize IED can take many forms. Some behaviors that might be signs of IED include:

  • yelling and shouting
  • intense arguments
  • temper tantrums and rampages
  • threats
  • road rage
  • punching walls or breaking plates
  • damaging property
  • physical violence, such as slapping or shoving
  • fights or brawls
  • domestic violence
  • assault

These spells or attacks often occur with little to no warning. They are short-lived, rarely lasting longer than half an hour. They may appear alongside physical symptoms, such as: