Mental health, emotional wellbeing & personal development

mental health

Going through a rough patch

Going through a rough patch

 Sometimes the only thing we can do is sit tight and tell ourselves that things will improve. One thing that is guaranteed is change. Each day focus on what you can control. Focus is so important when you feel anxious/depressed. Make a list of things […]

When you don’t feel good enough

When you don’t feel good enough

It’s no big surprise that low self esteem and low confidence is increasing. When you don’t feel good enough, it can threaten opportunities and leave you feeling you can’t do anything right. Perfectionism and body images go hand in hand and we are bombarded with […]

Addicted to gaming

Addicted to gaming

Being addicted to gaming is an increasingly common problem. Gaming provides a dopamine rush and it’s easy accessible. The only problem with this though, is that the dopamine rush is temporary and pretty soon the draw to another dopamine fix is too tempting to resist. […]

7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

Life is busy for everyone—it’s just part of being an adult. Working, trying to balance a social life, keeping up with your family, and dealing with other obligations can mean you don’t have much time to dedicate to yourself. If you find yourself feeling a little […]

Insomnia statistics

Insomnia statistics

Insomnia is a growing problem. Why is it that we can’t sleep? It seems there isn’t one specific reason but the obvious causes might be that we are mentally active far more than we ever used to be. Technology calls on us 24/7 and we […]

7 daily practices to guard your mental health

7 daily practices to guard your mental health

Mental health is one of the most talked about concern nowadays. National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) conducted a survey and put on some alarming statistics that in the United States 10 in 100 adults confront mental sickness in a year. People from all over the world even some celebrities […]

When you feel despondent

When you feel despondent

When you feel despondent, life can seem very bleak. I have been there. It is usually triggered for me when my health deteriorates and I have to place ‘life on hold’ and get myself well again. As I have been in this hopeless place many […]

What mentally strong people don’t do

What mentally strong people don’t do

This is a really good talk by Amy Morin on what mentally strong people don’t do. She has also written 3 books on the subject: What mentally strong people don’t do What mentally strong parents don’t do What mentally strong women don’t do…..Mandy X