• Life,  Mental Health

    Boost Your Confidence By Practicing Self-Care

    Pexels Boosting Your Confidence Self-care is an essential part of self, and it’s something that you may often neglect. We all have those days where you feel like your confidence is shaken, and you need a little boost to get back up on our toes again. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to boost your trust in a few minutes or less. So here are ways you can take care of yourself so you can start feeling confident again. Take a Warm Shower and Engage in Skincare Skincare is essential and to best protect your skin particularly during the winter when your skin can get dry or cracked.  Start with…

  • Mental Health

    How To Use Art To Improve Your Mental Health

    Image Credit Art Therapy is gaining traction in Canada, especially as more people who enter the profession make as much as 55,000 Canadian dollars annually. Compared to other occupations, the figure might be low, but it shows that art significantly impacts mental health. Considering that 1 in 5 Canadians experience mental health issues, more people notice arts benefits and utilize them as much as possible. Have you wondered how art and your mental health are related? If not, discussed below is how this is possible.  Self-expression Art aids self-expression, an area that people who experience mental health issues can make immense use of. Without words, people can communicate using colours…

  • Collaborations,  Mental Health,  psychology

    How To Keep A Positive Mindset

    This is a collaboration post between Onome and I. I did a post for her blog a while back and she kindly wrote this amazing post for mine. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did and don’t forget to go over and check out her amazing blog in which she writes about mental health, books, lifestyle and much more. The link to it can be found below. By Onome Erikewe Maintaining a positive mindset can be difficult to achieve even when all efforts are made. It can seem like an endless battle to hold on to positive thoughts. You might have even experienced feelings of nausea…

  • Collaborations,  Mental Health,  psychology

    Anxiety And Exercise (Guest Post)

    By Abdul Amin When I first realized that I was suffering from anxiety, I was going crazy stress  mentally. I couldn’t believe that I’ll be dealing with anxiety. I did what many people immediately did seek treatment. It was good talking to my doctor and offering medication for solution. I was also in search for therapist. I wasn’t feeling all that went ahead with medication it didn’t work. I tried therapy it was boring. I tried every thing it didn’t work I’m really going crazy blaming my doctor for the failure. But something made me realize about natural cure. I was watching Rocky 4 the training scene which felt so…

  • Life,  Mental Health,  psychology

    Share Your Childhood Dreams

    As a child I’m sure that you had that one big dream? A dream that you always wanted to make real? Possibly this dream was to be a doctor, perhaps a King, or Queen of an intergalactic galaxy. Well, whatever the dream is–No matter how Real, or Fictitious. You can also submit any nightmares you have as a child that you just can’t forget. And Please Go As In-Depth As Possible on any type of submission. 😀 NOTE: We Are Especially Interested In Any Recurring Daydreams You May Have Had As A Child [contact-form to=”Caden738@theh2digroup.com”][contact-field label=”Name” type=”name” required=”1″ /][contact-field label=”Email” type=”email” required=”1″ /][contact-field label=”Website” type=”url” /][contact-field label=”Type Your Dream Here”…

  • Mental Health,  psychology

    Changing Your Routine To Ease Your Anxiety

    As you guys know I talk a lot about anxiety and my experience with it on this blog. I have received so much positive feedback from everyone which is so amazing and I really appreciate it. I’ve also received a lot of comments from people who are going through something similar and so I thought I would share what I’ve been doing recently to help ease my anxiety which has really been helping me a lot. Technology- You’ve probably heard a lot of people say that technology is bad for people with anxiety or mental illness but I tend to argue against that. I don’t think technology is bad for…

  • Mental Health,  psychology,  Six Word Stories

    Six Word Story #27

    Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would spend this week sharing different types of posts that are about mental health awareness. This six word story is how I feel about my anxiety. For more posts on mental health click here. Always taunting me from a distance. ———————————————————————————————————————— For more posts on mental health click here. For more six word stories click here. If you enjoyed this post don’t forget to like, follow, share and comment! Enjoyed this post? Then follow me on social media: Twitter Instagram Pinterest LinkedIn HubPages Email me on(guest posts welcome!): insomniacwithanaccent@gmail.com

  • Mental Health,  psychology

    4 Apps That Are Great For Meditation

    Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would spend this week sharing different types of posts that are about mental health awareness. Meditation has been a huge help for me and I thought I would share some apps that might be helpful to others. For more posts on mental health click here. Headspace-  This app offers multiple short daily exercises which typically last 10, 15, or twenty minutes. There are some longer and shorter exercises. I’ve used this before and it was really great especially when you don’t have a lot of time and want to do a short meditation. iPhone– 4.7 Stars Android- 4.3 Stars Stop,…

  • Mental Health,  psychology

    What My Anxiety Has Taught Me

    Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would spend this week sharing different types of posts that are about mental health awareness. For more posts on mental health click here. Change is good- Even though change can be very anxiety inducing for people even those that don’t necessarily have an anxiety disorder it’s even more difficult for people that have an anxiety disorder. I personally used to hate change because it made my anxiety a lot worse but now I’ve realised that I shouldn’t let anxiety force me to maintain a routine I don’t want to maintain. Change has a lot of positives too and I need to…

  • Mental Health,  psychology

    Technology And Mental Health

    Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would spend this week sharing different types of posts that are about mental health awareness. For more posts on mental health click here. I just want to start out by saying that I know technology has a lot of cons but the things I talk about in this post are just my thoughts on technology and how it effects my anxiety and mental health in general. For the longest time I’ve been hearing people talk about technology, the internet, social media and how this is effecting the youth or people in general negatively and I agree. The internet and social…