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10 Signs of a Toxic Friendship

29

Jun

2020

10 Signs of a Toxic Friendship

Do you have friends who make you feel more negativity, distress, or trauma rather than having you feel happy, supported and loved unconditionally? If you do, then you are not alone with this. Nearly all of us have probably had our experience with a friendship that was unhealthy or ‘toxi...

About Self-Esteem

14

Jun

2020

About Self-Esteem

Self-esteem begins in the brain, not in the mirror. It can change the manner in which you comprehend your worth and value. Therefore, it is a major piece of your well-being. By definition, self-esteem is the manner by which you value and regard yourself as an individual—it is the assess...

About Gratitude

9

May

2020

About Gratitude

Life, as we know it, can be a riptide of despair, a long drawn agonizing sense of catastrophe, a load of existential crisis all at once. We often find ourselves not in a state of gratitude because it’s almost as though we’ve become wired to take things for granted, especially with the ...

How to Avoid Getting Depressed During COVID-19

23

Apr

2020

How to Avoid Getting Depressed During COVID-19

Everybody responds differently to stressful circumstances and during a crisis, it is only natural to feel stress and fear. Yet several everyday obstacles, such as the COVID-19 pandemic's impact, will drive you beyond your capacity to cope. With what is happening right now, I can say that i...

5 Tips for Dealing with Self-Isolation

18

Apr

2020

5 Tips for Dealing with Self-Isolation

With COVID-19 making its way across the globe, numerous individuals are being urged to practice social (or physical) distancing. While social distancing initiatives can be enormously beneficial when implemented together to reduce the spread of coronavirus illness, they can also take a toll...

Get Productive During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

19

Mar

2020

Get Productive During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

As news spreads that Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been spreading across the globe to the point that it has now been declared a pandemic, and we are seeing entire countries shut down and people are being forced to self-isolate in their homes, we are seeing a tremendous amount of anxiety, fear...

Dealing with Corona Virus (COVID-19) Anxiety & Fear

15

Mar

2020

Dealing with Corona Virus (COVID-19) Anxiety & Fear

The Coronavirus is here. Whether you call it novel Coronavirus, NCoV or COVID-19, one thing is for sure it has affected each one of us, directly or indirectly, regardless of where we live, maybe except if you are in Antarctica. Television and Social Media have certainly heightened the fear...

About Weighted Blanket Therapy

17

Feb

2020

About Weighted Blanket Therapy

Imagine this: so much has been achieved for the day that you feel so exhausted and just want to rest. Sadly, though, you can't quite seem to get the most effective way for you to fall asleep quickly. This could be caused by a number of factors such as overthinking or anxiety. It could also...

Understanding & Dealing with Loneliness

8

Jan

2020

Understanding & Dealing with Loneliness

The Blackdog Institute describes loneliness as being ‘that negative feeling that arises when our social needs are unmet by the quantity and quality of our current social relationships’. Loneliness can be experienced by all people no matter their age, gender, race, country, job or incom...

10 Tips for Good Mental Wellbeing

28

Oct

2019

10 Tips for Good Mental Wellbeing

The importance of good mental wellbeing is not to be underestimated in any way. Poor mental wellbeing not only can contribute to the development of psychological or mental health issues, but it can often lead to physical health issues, affect our daily life functioning and result in overal...

The Worried Well

21

Oct

2019

The Worried Well

Anxiety is very common among the general population. The symptoms are very familiar to most of us. It’s the butterflies in your stomach, the feeling of unease you have before going to the doctor, the dread as an important meeting at work approaches. Major life ev...

About Panic Attacks

14

Oct

2019

About Panic Attacks

A panic attack can be one of the most unpleasant experiences a person can have. You never forget your first one and you hope and pray it never happens again. It feels so horrible that people will go to great lengths to avoid having another one. If you got a panic attack on a crowded bus, f...

About Mindfulness

7

Oct

2019

About Mindfulness

Mindfulness is an excellent practice to incorporate into your daily life. Whilst some people assume Mindfulness is a practice only reserved for yogis or really spiritual people, Mindfulness does not have to be a spiritual practice and anyone from any walk of life can practice and benefit f...

About Anxiety

30

Sep

2019

About Anxiety

Anxiety is a natural response to stress. It’s a feeling of apprehension or fear of something to come. The first (or a very important) job interview, the first day at school, or having to make a speech may cause most people to feel nervous or stressed out. According to the American Psy...

What is Depression? Signs and Symptoms

23

Sep

2019

What is Depression? Signs and Symptoms

Depression is a mental health condition characterised by persistent sad, depressed or irritable mood that is present for most of the day, most days of the week for at least a two-week period. During this time, a person will experience other symptoms including low energy, sleep troubles, ch...

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