Signs You Are Overthinking And What You Can Do About it

Thinking and decision-making are a part of everyday living, but when thinking and making decisions becomes overbearing and overwhelming, we are cautioned to consider if maybe we are thinking "too much." To overthink is to think about a topic, idea, or situation too much or for too long. Unlike helpful and balanced thinking habits where … Continue reading Signs You Are Overthinking And What You Can Do About it

Physical Symptoms You Might Not Realize Are Actually Anxiety

I have experienced anxiety and depression at various times in my life. Certain situations or events can trigger a panic attack or a time of depression. Before I was first diagnosed with these conditions many years ago, I had no idea what was happening or what to expect from my body.   Through help from … Continue reading Physical Symptoms You Might Not Realize Are Actually Anxiety

Best movies to watch about mental health

Mental health isn't the most inviting subject when it comes to cinema. Stigmatized, complex, and often misunderstood, it can be unpleasant at best and easy to misrepresent at worst. That's why it's so important to recognize, and celebrate, movies that treat mental illness with integrity; an issue that will affect approximately one in four people … Continue reading Best movies to watch about mental health

The Dangers of Being Fully Isolated and Preventing Negative Mental Health Side Effects

Isolation, social distancing, and quarantine are all buzzwords that describe the precautionary measures suggested to remain safe amidst the spread of COVID-19. And while essential to preventing the spread of the virus, cautioning to isolate and practice distancing measures is causing widespread unpleasant mental health side-effects. What are these side effects and how can we … Continue reading The Dangers of Being Fully Isolated and Preventing Negative Mental Health Side Effects

Things to Do While Social Distancing

“Social distancing”. That’s a phrase I never thought I would have to learn. I wonder if those words will end up in some type of new dictionary or phrase collection. The world may be tired of hearing the words, but this “social distancing” is vital to the safety and health of the world.              Alerts … Continue reading Things to Do While Social Distancing

How to Accept Yourself For Who You Are

Self-acceptance is a personal process and journey that takes time, effort, and perseverance. Because our perceptions, perspectives, and views of life are shaped differently due to our varied experiences, acceptance also varies. Our experiences mold and craft who we are and also influences what we value and how we define our purpose. Self-acceptance is embracing … Continue reading How to Accept Yourself For Who You Are

How to protect ourselves from Cyber Bullies as an Adult

Dedicated in memory of Caroline Flack Cyberbullying is any form of bullying which takes place online, through smartphones, tablets, social media, and networking sites. Messaging Apps, gaming sites, chat rooms, Facebook, X box live, Instagram, and chat rooms. Last weekend TV presenter Caroline Flack took her own life although nobody knows everything behind why she … Continue reading How to protect ourselves from Cyber Bullies as an Adult