The end of an illness. The end of a day. Just as the biological components of any illness are not within our control so is the end of the day inevitable. However, with the end of each day there is the beginning of another and so with mental health. Mental health is by definition, and at many levels, an unstable and destabilizing experience, but as the day's of the week cycle through so do the symptoms of an individual's mental health.
The end is never assured, unless the end has arrived and when it has arrived we move forward and into the beginnings of a new experience. The main problem of most mental health concerns is the repetition of the symptoms. The inevitability of the symptoms return or the painful realization that on some level the symptoms are always present.
It may be beneficial then to not look for "the end" but to instead begin to look at the symptoms with a new perspective. The trouble is, how does one see a "new" perspective when the problem has been staring them directly in the face for months or even years. The videos on Register ®eality are meant to give the viewer the opportunity to begin seeing and hearing their mental health concern from a new perspective.
There never can be a guarantee when dealing with an area, such as mental health, that can be so hard to understand and pin down, but there is a specific strategy being employed in the Register ®eality video series--and maybe it is a cycle, like the day to night, that once we understand it we can begin to work with it and maybe even work our way right out of it.