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Mental health app survey

Mental health app survey

Hey guys,   Please would you answer the 5 questions in my latest survey. I want to find out what you think of a mental health app that would enable you to speak to a therapist instantly via a mobile phone app. Would you use 

Using Writing As A Tool For Better Mental Health

Using Writing As A Tool For Better Mental Health

Poor mental health is becoming almost as pervasive a problem as Covid itself as a result of this pandemic. With more and more people experiencing traumatic losses, loneliness and unexpected shifts in their lives, it is no surprise that debilitating illnesses such as depression and 

Simple ways to move forward in your life

Simple ways to move forward in your life

Do you ever feel stuck? Like a rat in maze hitting your head on the same damn wall? If you ever feel like this, join the club! it’s really common to feel stagnant in life, as if you are in limbo. The good news is 

How Car Accidents Can Affect Your Mental Health

How Car Accidents Can Affect Your Mental Health

When people talk about getting into a car accident, the damages addressed are often physical. More often than not, no one will talk about the trauma victims have to go through when involved in a car accident. The sad thing about this is, getting compensation 

How To Mentally Cope After A Wrongful Death In The Family

How To Mentally Cope After A Wrongful Death In The Family

No matter the reason, an abrupt loss of a family member is the most difficult thing a person can ever experience. It can induce a deep-rooted agony to the grieving person, especially if it’s due to an unjustified basis. Any death can cause upheaval for 

How to Reach Your Fitness Related Self Improvement Goals

How to Reach Your Fitness Related Self Improvement Goals

If you are like the average person, one or more of your self-improvement goals are probably related to fitness. While setting fitness goals is common, reaching them is not. A recent study shows 73% of people who set fitness goals don’t follow through and achieve 

How to deal with loneliness

How to deal with loneliness

I’ve had my fair share of loneliness, especially during lockdown. Since the Covid-19 virus emerged we have all had to change our behaviour and many of us have had to find ways to deal with loneliness. The patterns of behaviour we normally experience have been 

Inner Demon: OCD Relief Product

Inner Demon: OCD Relief Product

OCD is a change or disturbance in thought patterns that results in negative emotions and affects a person’s ability to behave normally. In particular, OCD is characterized by: uncontrollable, intrusive thoughts, beliefs, and ideas negative emotions like guilt and anxiety repetitive and ritualistic behaviors or 

Top Ten Tips For A Blue Monday

Top Ten Tips For A Blue Monday

Here are 10 tips to help people get through through that Blue Monday feeling:   B: Balance – perspective is everything. So write down every negative situation or feeling you have at the moment and then, for each one, make yourself write a positive. Don’t 

Websites where you can learn for free

Websites where you can learn for free

  Websites where you can learn for free   1) Alison A free online resource for learning with certification. Amazing! “Our mission at ALISON is simple: to enable you, wherever you are in the world, to learn and get certified – at your own pace – 

9 Mindfulness Exercises To Help You Manage COVID Stress

9 Mindfulness Exercises To Help You Manage COVID Stress

Mindfulness exercises are the gold standard for managing COVID stress for a reason. From the pandemic that brought you the terms “social distancing” and “Zoom fatigue,” here’s another one to add to your vocabulary: Covid stress. Google Trends shows that searches for the term were