What I Wish I Knew Before Being Diagnosed with Panic Attacks

One thing I wish I’d know about me having anxiety and panic attack is that it’s ok. Before I found out what was wrong, I freaked out. Like totally freaked out thinking I’d die from having these attacks. YOU WON’T. Let me say this loud and clear. You won’t! I was so scared that at … Continue reading What I Wish I Knew Before Being Diagnosed with Panic Attacks

How parents encouraging their anxious children to face their fears can be helpful and healthy

I know some might be thinking is it good to encourage our children with anxiety? We don't want to push them too far and cause their anxiety to spiral in a negative way, but we want to help our children. I have two children that suffer from anxiety. It's at times a major thing for … Continue reading How parents encouraging their anxious children to face their fears can be helpful and healthy

What To Look For In Bipolar Treatment

Maybe you've just been diagnosed,  family member or a friend with Bipolar disorder. It can be scary and it a confusing time. You might have no clue where to go for help, or what to expect. Today, let's take a look at what to look for in treatment plans. Successful treatment of bipolar disorder depends … Continue reading What To Look For In Bipolar Treatment

How to avoid catching a bad mood from your coworker

We have all at some stage within our working careers had that one particular co-worker in the office, that no matter what you say to try to help their current situation or maybe just in general, has had a bad mood or attitude at work. Sometimes it can be that your co-worker will be in … Continue reading How to avoid catching a bad mood from your coworker

How to support a colleague’s stress levels

Work related stress is becoming a growing problem around the world, which can affect not only the health and wellbeing of the employees, but also productivity within the workplace. Each and everyone one of us deals with our stress levels in different ways. Stress can arise where by our work demands of various types and … Continue reading How to support a colleague’s stress levels

5 Ways To Help Support Someone With Fibromyalgia

When someone has  Fibromyalgia they sometimes need some extra help to get things done. Some of my friends suffer from this and I asked them what would be the best way to help them out. Here are some of what they said. Offer to help out with housework. It doesn't have to be a lot. … Continue reading 5 Ways To Help Support Someone With Fibromyalgia