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Advice and tips on managing mental health, maintaining a positive outlook and becoming your happiest self.

Katie Thurston3 days ago
Mental Health Awareness Week: Day Five
“No matter how dark the moment, love and hope are always possible.” ~ George Chakiris The unfortunate truth is that there simply isn't anything a person can do in order to heal a person completely. Th...
Luca O3 days ago
Live Your Truth
With Mental Health Awareness week coming to an end, I felt compelled to post something after seeing so many amazing people using their platform to inspire those around them. I've spent the past year o...
Zene Patton4 days ago
There's a Fire Inside
Depression and anxiety have always been a part of my life, just like my eyes have always been brown and my eyebrows a little too unmatched. When I was asked by a therapist how far back these feelings ...
Sahra Penumbra23 days ago
The Most Common Mental Illnesses
It has been said that one in four people suffer from a mental illness. The majority of those people suffer from either anxiety or depression and, very often, both. They are like those friends who are ...
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Naomi Robinsona month ago
The Empathic Mind
Being an empath is not easy. Especially in today's world where people's emotions run rampant and issues with the world are at an all-time high. Most people get lost in the fray when it comes to being ...
J Millera month ago
Weed and Medication
Let me tell you my back story with prescription pills and marijuana. I'll back up and tell you that I have depression, anxiety (BAD), PTSD, and bipolar disorder. That is just the set up to my experien...
Indigo Soula month ago
Unmistakable Signs That Love Has Your Mind Hostage
Have you been oblivious to the signs and red flags for the sake of love? Do you or others notice how it has affected you? When love evicts the mind from the brain, it can be quite a damaging experienc...
Becca Case2 months ago
Mental Illness and Me
Through My Eyes
DeAnna Vonderheide2 months ago
Nightmares
“To die, to sleep—to sleep, perchance to dream—ay, there's the rub, for in this sleep of death what dreams may come…” Shakespeare said it best, man. It’s a constant struggle. Every night, there’s the ...
Kels M2 months ago
Habits to Help Your Mental Health
Hello my sunshines, today we are going to be talking about something that is very important to me — mental health. All my life I have had struggled with my mental health and I have always tried to hel...
Candace Roberts2 months ago
10 Things You Should Know About the ESTJ Female
ESTJ is one of sixteen personality types in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). ESTJ stands for Extrovert, Sensation, Thinking, and Judging. Don't be fooled by the word "judging." This does not ma...
Annie Kiely2 months ago
Do You Have Adult ADHD?
ADHD is surprisingly common in adults, and is often misdiagnosed as another mood disorder. ADHD doesn't present as the hyperactive disorder many of us expect, and is often recognized as a result of th...
Pharaoh Amunet2 months ago
Screaming Into the Void
In this day and age, while depression has most certainly existed throughout all of human existence, albeit under different names and logic, it would appear that, in this era, more people suffer from b...
Stephen Green2 months ago
Till the Night Ends
My Story My name is Stephen, and I have Depression. Double Depression, to be exact, along with a diagnosis of Generalized Anxiety. I've lived with these illnesses for the majority of my life. I sought...
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Michelle Brianna2 months ago
Cymbalta: Is it Really Worth the Risk?
Cymbalta. Duloxetine. Two different names, one medication. Cymbalta is used to treat anxiety and depression, but can also be used to help treat nerve pain, chronic back pain, and fibromyalgia. You see...
Catherine Watson2 months ago
5 Ways to Calm a Panic Attack
Can you feel your heart racing? Finding it difficult to breathe? Feel like the world is closing in? Feeling a loss of control? Chances are, you're having a panic attack. Here are five ways to help cal...
Sean Fraser2 months ago
Using a Bullet Journal to Relieve Anxiety and Depression
Anxiety is often paired with depression because the feelings of hopelessness and pointlessness inevitably lead to thoughts of how much worse our lives can get. We imagine our lives falling apart, piec...
Cristian Carrasco2 months ago
For the Days When You Can't Get Out of Bed
I know how it feels, the mornings where the sun is beaming through the curtains, the birds are chirping and the day is right in front of you, but why? Why get up? I don't want to, I don't need to, the...