Tag: Anxiety

As a parent, you want to care for your children. And your kids will appreciate your help as they learn to cope with mental illness. Learn More...

How to Help Your Child with Mental Health Problems

Nobody likes to think that their teenage children are struggling with depression and anxiety. Unfortunately, though, these are things that, as a parent, you will need to be mindful of. Depression and anxiety are very commonplace, but when it comes to you noticing it in teenagers, it can be difficult. Kids will rarely have a...Keep Reading
Benefits of Using Weighted Blankets

Benefits of Using Weighted Blankets

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Weighted Blankets are becoming all the range. These trendy blankets recreate the sensation of a loved one hugging you during the night. This creates a warm calming effect and a feeling of being cradled in your mother's arms again. Especially if you believe in Freudian theories. Regardless of whether you...Keep Reading
How Going Offline for 10 Days Healed My Anxiety

How Going Offline for 10 Days Healed My Anxiety

The first thought before going to bed is to check social media networks and news websites. This is the very first thought in the morning. Does it sound familiar? Hectic life in combination with toxic feelings (sadness, anger, fear) that we consume from the online world leads to the feelings of total confusion, stress, and...Keep Reading

How Travel Can Benefit Our Mental Health

Health is associated with many things. To maintain good health, one must eat good nutritious food, exercise daily, sleep for 8 hours, and most importantly manage your stress. Although every idea is important to maintain good health, mental health is the key to live happy and healthy; you can only gain from a healthy mind....Keep Reading

10 Simple Stress Management Tips to Help Reduce Anxiety

Stress is everywhere, and everyone experiences it. Stress is so common it has become accepted and normal. However, stress in incredibly unhealthy and ought to be taken seriously. One of the most notable and interrelated side effects of stress is anxiety. This post will break down 10 simple ways to manage stress and reduce anxiety. This...Keep Reading

Embracing Self-Care Even When It’s Hard

There are many times in life when suddenly your ability to care for yourself goes out the window. In a flash, all of your learned habits become extremely difficult to uphold, and before you know it, you are letting yourself get behind with your own self-care. When this happens, however, it is best not to...Keep Reading

5 Self-Care Tools To Amplify Your Self-Care Regimen

Self-care is a big deal and should be taken seriously. If you are not going to invest in yourself and your happiness and fulfillment, then what will you invest in? The following products are great investments to help amplify your regular self-care regimen. Massage Tools Most people don’t have the money nor the time to...Keep Reading

How to Create the Most Relaxing Bathroom

Creating a relaxing bathroom design is essential if you enjoy unwinding in the tub after a long day at work. The last thing you want is a bathing space that is not fit for relaxation. This post will provide a few hints and tips for the most relaxing bathroom. Improved Bathroom Lighting Most people find...Keep Reading

A People-Helping Career Can Improve Fulfillment

When it comes to your job, are you fulfilled? If you aren’t, a career helping others is sure to increase your fulfillment. Positions within the health and social care industry allow you to make a genuine difference in the lives of others. This is because you are helping them when they’re at their weakest and...Keep Reading

The Benefits of Anxiety Journaling & Why You Need It

Since my move to North Carolina, I have been seeing a counselor on a monthly basis. Counseling is super valuable and I have learned a lot from it, including a lot about myself. One practice that I have taken from counseling is to track my anxiety. In my second session with my new counselor, she...Keep Reading

Seeing the World from Another Angle: Developmental Disabilities

I have worked in the mental health field for a decade. My favorite part of that work was the last half of it, working with kids from ages 3-21 with developmental disabilities and delays. I had absolutely zero experience with this population before then but I left with a lot of experience and a totally...Keep Reading