selfcare

The importance of self-care is paramount; enhance your health and wellbeing, manage your stress, and maintain control under pressure.

Nails Mahoney2 years ago
Where's Your Passport?
Ever hear of your ‘Inner Voice’? When I teach people how to speak 'out loud', I always say that you must figure out your 'inner voice' first. That might sound like a vague statement to make. I mean, w...
Jinx Farrah 2 years ago
Not Quite Pillow-Talk
“I am homesick for a place I am not sure even exists. One where my heart is full, my body loved, and my soul is understood.” – Anonymous I know you don’t want to talk. I know that it feels like as soo...
Lexi Merrick2 years ago
Resources
This is a video all about mental health resources. It is important to take care of your mental health whether or not you have a mental illness. You are no good to anyone if your mental health is poor, so take care of yourself so you can help others. Also, mental health is important when it comes to work and school. It helps you do better in both.
Tanisha Dagger2 years ago
Putting People First
For the 20 years that I have been alive I have spent most of those years putting everyone first. It has only been the past few months where I have started to think about myself and put myself in front...
April Q.2 years ago
Here's a Way to Deal with the Autumn Blues at Home
It’s that time of the year again. No, I’m not talking about Thanksgiving or Halloween. It’s something a bit more to do with the warm, sunny days gradually being replaced by colder, dimmer ones. The ev...
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Ellis stone2 years ago
Three Tips to Help with Depression
You're going to have good and bad days, but you have to remember nothing happens overnight.
Self-Esteem in Our Generation
In our society, in this extremely turbulent time, everybody seems to be polarized to a "side," whether it be politics, religion, or even something as simple as what foods we should be eating. However,...
Matilda Street2 years ago
Tips to Help Your Poor Brain
All tried n’ tested on my brain. ♥
Paige Barnowski2 years ago
Reasons to Live Every Day
Living is not just something that happens every day. It is something that we must consciously remind ourselves to actively commit to. The most important life lesson, the mantra I live by every day, is...
Beth Gadsden2 years ago
5 Things to Help You Get Through the Fucking Day
After being diagnosed with severe depression and anxiety, again (it never goes away, I just mastered being "okay") and then suffering with PTSD, I hit a new all time low. (Great band, harsh reality.) ...
x. The Raw Truth About Mental Illness
Oh mental illness. We all know someone who's told us they have something. Dyslexia? Schizophrenia? ADHD? Bipolar? The list is pretty endless. Or is it ourselves when we are told by a physician that we...
Anna Pembrey2 years ago
The Best Apology Is Changed Behaviour
When we make a mistake in life, we tend to harbour that guilt and shame as self-loathing and constant fear of making the same mistakes again. It’s the old saying, "Forgive yourself first," that we hea...
Accept It
Mental illness. The word itself makes you cringe inward, or creates a character wearing a helmet and having trouble speaking form in your mind's eye, doesn't it? Maybe that's just me, I apologize if i...
Mel Pearce2 years ago
Challenging Our Negative Thoughts
Our brains can be assholes. When you're suffering from depression or a related illness, your brain is basically stuck in asshole-mode. It defaults to telling you all sorts of lies about how you can't ...
Meditation and My Battle with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
"Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will." -Mahatma Gandhi
Tina Collins2 years ago
Understanding Depression
Here are the signs that you are depressed. You have no interest in most things that people enjoy. You have little energy for activities, work or hobbies. You have no or little interest in sex. You fee...
Marilen Crump2 years ago
Think Good Thoughts
I remember thinking that I was a pretty positive person and that circumstances just got in the way of the real progress I wanted in my life. Growing up I kept a diary of things that I was dealing with...