A Little History Behind People Using Mental Health Problems As An Excuse So, a while back I wrote a post called Stop Using Mental Illness As An Excuse To Be Lazy and it addressed the issue of people faking mental health problems to get out of doing things or faking it in order to get [...]
Check out this guest post I did on reducing anxiety in these trying times and a very special thanks to Onome for having me on as a guest writer!
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How To Reduce Your Anxiety In These Trying Times
Anxiety is something that a lot of people are forced to live with and the situation we are faced with currently has given a lot of people symptoms of anxiety. It is obviously no surprise that people are anxious at the moment but there are some ways that can help reduce your anxiety:
One step at a time- I think it’s important to take everything one step at a time. Don’t overwhelm yourself whether it’s with the news, changing…
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By Rachel Feeling anxious, depressed, lost, stuck, empty (often inexplicably) are very common experiences. We often mask over them, and don't realise that the people around us are feeling them too. When healed & whole, we naturally feel confident and purposeful. We know what we want to create in our lives, and easily give our [...]
With everything going on in the world right now plus being stuck at home it's easy to start to feel more negative. It can also feel a lot worse if you already suffer from mental health problems like anxiety and depression. Here are some ways to stay positive: Pamper yourself- Take a day or even a [...]
Where does mental toughness come from? I’ll let Mr. Rollins start me off here with a quote I love about the Iron Mind… “People have become separated from their bodies. 1,188 more words via 6 Habits of People With Serious Mental Toughness — SupaStrong
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How To Maintain Balance In Your Life While At University
University is one of those things where if you let it, it can really consume all your time. It’s easy to fall into a pattern of only focusing on work and putting all the other important things in your life on the back burner. However, this is not exactly healthy because you need to have balance in your life because if you don’t have balance it’s easy to get exhausted, suffer from mental health problems and even physical problems. Here are some ways that can help you bring balance to your life while at university:
- Plan everything/keep a schedule– I would highly recommend getting a planner or scheduling your time in other ways. It will help to organise your time so that you don’t end up spending too much time on one thing and not enough on another.
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Wow. So you’re finally 18. Legally adult huh? Struggling with mental issues and self disgust and suicidal thoughts and what not, you made it to 18. I know you used to think you won’t ever make it till even 18, but here you are, a published author and happy as can be. You owe it [...]
EE Cummings wrote that "Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit"... These words resonate well with exactly what Self Esteem is and why it's important for an individual to possess. Brief explanation what is self confidence? In her book The [...]