I think what Margarita writes here is something we can all identify with. Many of us struggle with self-care, and when we finally do form some habits that are all about taking care of ourselves in small ways, they get … Continued
This was seriously eye-opening, and as much as you should go read the whole thing, this was the one question and answer I wanted to make sure you read, because it’s a message we should take to heart. “SELF: Are … Continued
Well, while we’ve all got some extra time on our hands, and could probably use a bit of help with anxiety, you may be thinking about finding a good book, so here are some recommendations from calmsage.com. Have you read … Continued
So says a new study out of Ohio State, and I’d have to say I would agree. The results suggest that it isn’t helpful to tell people with symptoms of depression or anxiety to simply be more grateful for the … Continued
I think the statistics coming from the text service in the UK are interesting. In the 10 months since Shout launched as the UK’s first 24/7, free and confidential crisis text service, our trained volunteers have had 250,000 conversations. Around … Continued
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why does Ben Affleck continue to take antidepressants? Because “they help”.
If taking medication helps you, short term, or long term. Do it. If taking medication helps other people you know, but offends your sensibilities, shut up and let them do what helps them. Just be glad something is helping them.
I wanted to share this article from a Duke student because, frankly, I think this is an important thing for many of us to remember about mental health advocacy. Like Bisma, I am happy that we have so many people … Continued
I know for me, stress management was both a big part of what I learned and worked on during therapy, and continues to be an important part of self-care. This is something worth considering: “In today’s society, the habitual way … Continued
I honestly think one of the reasons we see so many articles about exercise, eating right, or yes, puppies, as the cure for depression and anxiety, is because we really just want it to be that easy, so it can … Continued