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Mark Dalzell

CEO: Nivsta Boards 

Email me at this email address with any feedback or questions.

Email: nivstaboards@gmail.com

One Brand Name, spray painted with a Stencil, on each side.


Dad’s, Step Dad’s, Guardian’s & Uncle’s.

YouTube video footage below on how to make a Plywood Nivsta Board.

Now a stencil to spray paint, label Nivsta Boards.

No free stickers.

Chalk Rules layout.

YouTube video footage on how to chalk the four sets of Rules & play the four sets of Rules.

Line Basic Rules YouTube video footage.

Alphabet/Word Rules and Number Rules YouTube video footage.

MD 2022

MD 2022

MD 2022

MD 2022

MD 2022

MD 2022
MD 2023
MD 2023

Facet.

Any of the definable aspects that make up a subject (as of contemplation) or an object (as of consideration) Each facet of the problem requires careful attention.

Imlpy.

Indicate the truth or existence of (something) by suggestion rather than explicit reference.

(of a fact or occurrence) suggest (something) as a logical consequence.

MY SHORT STORY.

Act 14.

https://www.legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1990/0109/latest/DLM225513.html

AA got me back to little nz in 2002.

From London.

I came home to NZ to make three Amends through the Fellowship of AA.

If you do the right things the right things will happen.

I played with two Football Clubs.

One Club, the first Club, I scored two goals in two games from right fullback. I also won the West Auckland forest run.

The second Club, I came on in the pitch, from memory near the end of the first half. Scored within five minutes with a header.

Neither Club signed me.

Please feel free to check out my best Footballing highlights at this link.

I’m right footed lol 🤣.

I went for a 13km run, the longest run in my life.

Within a day or so, I arrive at a family members house. My Uncle was there. A former Detective Senior Police Sargent. He had already filled out an 8a Form with & for Mental Health After hours Team, who, the two of them, were at the house. He wrote Mark is delusional about some perceived Business idea. Has become very mentally dry from good AA sobriety & has become very chilled. ( He filled out the form before I had even arrived to the house, he hadn’t seen me or even talked to me in over 5 years ). He knew nothing about my success in London with my children’s playground game.

Success in London.

“There has been considerable change in behaviour for many children as a result of the Nivsta Boards. We are use to seeing some games being popular for a short while and then becoming cast aside for something new but these boards are being used daily after three months with interest as strong as ever.”

London, England, Mrs D L Campbell, Head Teacher.

8a Form.

https://sg.docworkspace.com/d/sAIdaG5afgvmRAbri-NSupxQ

[File]section_8a_version_16.11.2021.docx

In the 8a form the person filling it out, must have seen the person they’re filling the form out about, in the last 3 days!

Read it…….above……..

I go, the biggest mistake of my life to the Mental Health Unit.

A day or so later.

I meet a Kiwi Professor with my mum. The three of us. He says, I think you’re just a dry drunk Mark, he then says if you’re an alcoholic alot of my Kiwi friends are too.

Alcohol–induced psychiatric disorders may initially be indistinguishable from the independent psychiatric disorders they mimic.

However, what differentiates these two groups of disorders is that alcohol–induced disorders typically improve on their own within several weeks of abstinence without requiring therapies beyond supportive care.

Thus, the course and prognosis of alcohol–induced psychiatric disorders are different,

from those of the independent major psychiatric disorders.

Within a week, still in the Unit, Mark you’re Schizophrenic & I’m putting you, a 26 year old Athlete on oral resperidone & zopiclone addictive sleeping tablets.

He probably regrets saying that about Kiwi’s.

When we visit medical professionals for treatment, we place our complete trust in them to discover any issues we may have and find the best solutions possible; however, receiving a mental health misdiagnosis – where the diagnosis is incorrect or the medical professional is unable to identify the disorder – happens more often than you think.

When we visit medical professionals for treatment, we place our complete trust in them to discover any issues we may have and find the best solutions possible; however, receiving a mental health misdiagnosis – where the diagnosis is incorrect or the medical professional is unable to identify the disorder – happens more often than you think. Certain mental illnesses aren’t easy to identify. These disorders can be complex, so it’s crucial that a person receives an accurate mental health diagnosis. The dangers of a misdiagnosed mental disorder. A misdiagnosed mental illness can cause a variety of problems for both the individual and their loved ones.

Most Commonly Misdiagnosed Mental Illnesses

Misdiagnosis can happen with any condition. Several mental disorders are more commonly misdiagnosed for a variety of reasons:

  • Major depressive disorder (depression)
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

What Are the Dangers of a Misdiagnosed Mental Disorder?

A mental health diagnosis is the first step to finding treatment for the individual. Without an accurate diagnosis, the person may receive treatment that might be unhelpful or they may fail to receive mental health treatment at all, which is much worse. The effects of a misdiagnosed mental disorder can be devastating for both the individual and their loved ones.

Emotional Distress

A misdiagnosed mental illness can be very confusing for patients. They begin to worry or become emotionally distressed when they see that treatment isn’t working. This could cause them to see their lack of progress as a failure. They may even develop feelings of guilt or shame because they feel as if they’ve failed themselves and their loved ones. This can disrupt communication between the health care provider and the patient as well as cause other relationship problems with their families. This could eventually discourage them from seeking the appropriate treatment when the mistake is identified.

Wrong Medication

Another danger of a misdiagnosed mental disorder is prescribing the wrong kind of medication to a patient. Being prescribed medication for a mental illness that you don’t have can cause various negative side effects. Taking medications for a disorder you don’t have can also cause other side effects that lead to additional stress and anxiety, worsening the individual’s condition.

Worsening Condition

When a mental disorder is misdiagnosed or the individual’s disorder is not recognized, their condition is likely to worsen. Most medications require a certain length of time to take effect. A patient who has been misdiagnosed may be waiting to see improvements while, in reality, their condition is actually getting worse. This can be extremely distressing for the person and their loved ones and could increase the individual’s risk of turning to substance abuse and suicide. Many individuals who are misdiagnosed with a mental disorder or are living with an unidentified mental illness turn to alcohol and drugs to cope.

How to Prevent Misdiagnosis

Although there’s no way to guarantee that a clinician will not misdiagnose or fail to realize a person’s mental illness, there are ways to mitigate these risks.

  • Be honest about your symptoms: Many people feel embarrassed and ashamed about their mental health struggles, but there’s nothing to be ashamed of. One of the best ways to avoid misdiagnosis is to be completely honest about your symptoms. Providing as much information as possible helps health care providers identify your disorder and mitigates the risk of misdiagnosis.
  • Record your symptoms, thoughts, and feelings: A great way to help your clinician or health care provider properly identify whether you have a mental illness is by recording your symptoms. Putting your feelings and symptoms on paper can help a clinician better identify any red flags and signs of mental illness.
  • Go to a specialist: There are specialists for every age range, and seeing one that treats patients in your age range increases your chances of receiving an accurate diagnosis. You should also get several opinions before deciding how you want to move forward in treatment.

Even more important, you should recognize these five signs that may indicate you received a misdiagnosis.

  1. Your Symptoms Overlap with Multiple Conditions. …
  2. Your Doctor Didn’t Get All Information. …
  3. You Didn’t Receive Proper Testing. …
  4. Your Second Opinion Doesn’t Match the Diagnosis. …
  5. Your Treatment Is Ineffective.

MD 2022.

My 8a Form, written by me.

Name of Person filling out the Form.

Relationship to the person you’re filling the form out about.

How long you’ve known them for.

When you last spent time with them ( an approximate date ), or talked to them. ( How they were when you last spent time with them, if it was a phone call what did you talk about etc ).

Why you think they are unwell or maybe becoming unwell etc.

You’re reason (s) for concern.

What has been said or done for your concern about the person you’re filling out the 8a Form for.

Finally to be signed and dated.

The person the Forms for, an option to sign the Form themselves if they agree or disagree with what has been written about them, also written their full name too.

Finally an option to write their, the person the Forms been written about, their point of view, story etc.

Fact.

You can refuse any types of medication if you decide to.

Unless it is life threatening.

We will advise you if we think you need meds, what they are, with leaflets about them, having talked to friends & or family also.

Also importantly side effects & once you’ve explained it or them, we’ll advise you what your next options are.

If it is life threatening or has become that way from the medication etc, ( as it did with me, the agitation, mind altering, sickness, frustration, slowly losing my mind & loss of hope & becoming scared ), we may or may not put you under a Mental Health Act.

Then keep you in a Unit.

This below is how is how it should maybe be.

Let’s look at a Holistic treatment plan first. We’ll take you for three walks a day. One after breakfast, two after lunch & three if you wish after dinner. You’re welcome to talk to a Lawyer, a Religious person, a Spiritual Healer or the Police ( about your story & your rights etc ) first, before we put you on medication, for the very first time. Family, friends or a partner. If you wish, we’ll also talk to, too

Of course.

A holistic approach means to provide support that looks at the whole person, not just their mental health needs. The support should also consider their physical, emotional, social and spiritual wellbeing.

Hearing your story! Been listened too & heard.

My friend in London said I was too big for New Zealand.

My Peer Support Worker a Kiwi lady, she was been pretentious & patronizing. She was trying to tell me when I told her how New Zealand wasn’t warming to my game. She said if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. More like too good for narrow minded people & never gonna happen in little New Zealand, but make it ALL around the World! Never forget that Peer ( ? ) Support Worker!

Respect!

Nivsta Boards.
1) Individual sales.
2) School Programme.
https://lnkd.in/gyK8_dq6
3) Van Day School Programme Franchise.
https://lnkd.in/gXy8Qq8U

Good exercise.

Been able to run at least one kilometre.

Lift weights.

Having the coping mechanisms to attend Yoga, aerobics, study or feeling part of a community!

All of these accomplishments create energy!

Wellness!

Weight gain because of my meds, I don’t like my body!

Better, Self-esteem!

What are endorphins? Endorphins are chemicals (hormones) your body releases when it feels pain or stress. They’re released during pleasurable activities such as exercise, massage, eating and sex too. Endorphins help relieve pain, reduce stress and improve your sense of well-being.

MD 2022, end of my 8a Form, as already mentioned, written by me.

I’m not Schizophrenic Professor.

20 years later, 10 changed Mental Health diagnosises.

A Member of AA now for approximately 23 years.

Starting in London, then Auckland.

I at the age of 46, can’t run even more than 200 metres.

My Football Career was ended in 2002.

I still of course want to run every day.

But I just can’t reader’s.

Single for four years now.

I have an eating disorder.

I’ve developed a bladder problem.

What are endorphins? Endorphins are chemicals (hormones) your body releases when it feels pain or stress. They’re released during pleasurable activities such as exercise, massage, eating and sex too. Endorphins help relieve pain, reduce stress and improve your sense of well-being.

An Organization interviewed a man who had Sexually Abused me, me aged around 14.

She later phoned me and said, he denied it he’s a nice guy and has a prominent position in the Community.

This was not very pleasant at a young age, but her words have played on my mind since around 2012. As now I’m 46. 2022.

I walk in to a Pub in Takapuna, this Kiwi bloke comes up to me, it’s ok if you’re Schizophrenic. Lol, what a joke…..funny guy. Never met him in my life!

Superficial.

superficial, shallow, cursory mean lacking in depth or solidity. superficial implies a concern only with surface aspects or obvious features. a superficial analysis of the problem. shallow is more generally derogatory in implying lack of depth in knowledge, reasoning, emotions, or character.

Incase you haven’t noticed my game is good, works & has 4 sets of Rules & comes with 22 fun Activities.

Anyway what more can a Man do than come home to NZ, make Fellowship Amends & try & get on with his Vision & Dreams etc. A life ?

From a School Teacher, Nursing Auxiliary, Footballer, partner & stable good friend, ( 1997-2002- London ), to now 2022, on the NZ Invalids Benefit.

Thankyou Europe for looking after me, London especially.

I achieved so much in my five years.

NZ Mental Health Services is a disgrace!

( 20 years of no peace of mind )!

If you don’t back me, then who do you back!

Bodily disfunctions since 2013, because of my meds.

What are endorphins? Endorphins are chemicals (hormones) your body releases when it feels pain or stress. They’re released during pleasurable activities such as exercise, massage, eating and sex too. Endorphins help relieve pain, reduce stress and improve your sense of well-being.

New Mental Health Condition’s.

adjective

  1. not willing to listen to or tolerate other people’s views; prejudiced.”it would be narrow-minded not to welcome these developments, a personality fault”

adjective

  1. attempting to impress by affecting greater importance or merit than is actually possessed.”pretentious tv advertising & personality fault”

noun

  1. casual or unconstrained conversation or reports about other people, typically involving details that’ll are not confirmed as being true.”he became the subject of much local gossip

Not gossip, apparently the truth.

The man in the North Shore Community Corrections apparently said, every New Zealander has a Mental Health disorder.

A mental illness or mental health disorder is an illness that affects that way people think, feel, behave, or interact with others. There are many types of mental illnesses/ health disorders with different signs and symptoms.

On the one hand, Scripture speaks strongly against gossip. Romans 1:29; 2 Corinthians 12:20 – Both differentiate gossip from slander and condemn it as the result of a depraved mind, unfitting for Christians. 1 Timothy 5:13; 2 Thessalonians 3:11 – Both condemn “busybodies” who “speak about things not proper to mention.”

What does Ephesians teach about God?

God is the One who brings about the adoption of believers and He does it through Christ. This adoption implies forgiveness by God’s grace through the blood of Christ. The outcome of this is new lives for believers and the promise to be seated with Him in the heavenly realms and receiving the Spirit.

What is the 9th promise of AA?

Promise 9: Our whole attitude and outlook upon life will change. Promise 10: Fear of people and economic insecurity will leave us. Promise 11: We will intuitively know how to handle situations that use to baffle us.

I came home to NZ to make three Amends through the Fellowship of AA.

If you do the right things the right things will happen.

“When I am disturbed, it is because I find some person, place, thing or situation … unacceptable to me …

Kind regards,

Best wishes,

Best intentions,

Mark

Mr D

Around 8 years ago, a one off event.