Mental health, emotional wellbeing & personal development

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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

4 Dynamic Ways to Build Up Your Mental Strengths

4 Dynamic Ways to Build Up Your Mental Strengths

We all need a little mental refortification from time to time. Recurring issues, even the smallest of ones, can cause us great stress over time. The sudden yet extreme random situation that pops up can put so much stress on our minds and bodies, we […]

How your thinking holds you back

How your thinking holds you back

When life throws us a curve ball, it’s normal to feel fed up and/or annoyed. Have you ever wondered though how your thinking holds you back? We often think that it’s life events around us that hold us back but this isn’t entirely true. Sure, […]

Train your brain to focus

Train your brain to focus

No one wants to be a passive receptacle for all their crazy thoughts 24/7 but that seems to be what happens to many of us. Our brain sends us between 60 000-80 000 thoughts each day and 80 – 90% of these are pure nonsense. […]

Real versus hypothetical worry

Real versus hypothetical worry

Anxiety comes from worrying about things and focusing on what could go wrong. There is a big difference however between the types of worry that we engage in. This post is about real versus hypothetical worry. Real worry needs to be actioned and hypothetical worry […]

How to be more confident

How to be more confident

What is confidence and why do some people seem to be more confident? Confidence is a combination of genetic make up but also your attitude and how youor brain processes information around you. The good news os that you can train your brain to promote […]



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