A Self Care Routine Can Help You Battle Depression

A Self-Care Routine Can Help You Battle Depression: 7 Tips to Get Started

Depression doesn’t choose a day to visit then swiftly decide never to leave. Instead, it worms its way into your daily life through mundane activities. These activities are typically the hustle and bustle of adult responsibilities. You can’t stay away from your adult duties, but you can be more mindful in completing them. Developing a healthy self-care routine will help …

Beyond Candy and Flowers

Beyond Candy and Flowers: 5 Very Romantic Ways to Share Your Love For Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day may be just another day to you or it may hold great significance. No matter what your personal feelings are toward this holiday, it’s approach is inevitable. Rather than trending with the typical sweets and roses, try giving something different this year. When you reminisce about the past, do you primarily recall gifts or memories? Most people remember …

Do The Holidays Bring You Down

Do the Holidays Bring You Down? 5 Actions You Can Take to Cope

The popular Christmas carol says it’s the most wonderful time of the year, but for many people, the holidays can be a dreaded time of anxiety, loneliness, and depression. Factors like family dysfunction, money worries, and dark winter days can all make it difficult for reality to match the happy scenes we see on TV. You aren’t alone if you’re …

Anxiety And 7 Things You Can Do

7 Empowering Things to Think or Do When Anxiety Won’t Leave You Alone

Living with anxiety isn’t easy by any means. When anxious feelings increase to ever new levels, you may unwittingly do things that fuel them. You may get so carried away hyper-focusing on “what-if” future scenarios that you can’t think straight. Perhaps, you have tried to calm yourself. You may have learned that holding your breath during anxious periods only makes …

Grief and Loss

Grief and Loss: Cope with Heartbreak, Seek Help, and Finally Heal

“He was my best friend, my everything. I just wish I could get past the heartbreak and pain to enjoy the happy memories.” “My heart aches for her every day. I still reach for her at night, but the bed is empty. I don’t know if life will ever have meaning for me again. I want her back!” “I think …

Grief police

Resist the Grief Police… Exercise Your Right to Grieve Your Own Way

“It’s been a year. Shouldn’t you be over her death by now?” “I can’t believe she’s already going out with her friends. That should tell you how much she really cared about him.” Have you ever heard statements like these? If so, you’ve had an encounter with the grief police. They’re everywhere. When you mourn the death of a beloved …