In this article we are going to discuss ways you can naturally reduce depression symptoms. But before we begin I want to start with a bit of a warning:
If you have had recent thoughts of self-harm or suicide, please do not try to do this alone.
Why is Plato’s Allegory of the Cave still relevant today? What lessons can we take away from this moral story that would apply to our day to day lives? Let’s discuss it’s relevance.
Talking to your loved ones about depression can be a scary experience. You’re not alone. Over 300 million people in the world experience depression.
Read through these quotes when you’re feeling down, and you are certainly going to feel a lot more positive.
As a parent or someone who works with children, it can be increasingly hard to find something motivating. From late childhood into early teenage years, it is easy for a child to become apathetic and easily annoyed by events they would otherwise have been excited by. If you find yourself in that position, you are not alone.
Many credit cards out there will reward those with good credit with introductory offers that are 0% for a specified number of months for balance transfers. If you are able to use these offers and cards responsibly, it is easy to take advantage of paying off chunks of high interest debt at 0%.
What are some of the most overlooked resources in your life? Achievements can be measured by many different standards. In life, and in your career, there are always set metrics for demonstrating success. How do you measure success for yourself?
In my professional career, I often hear from clients that they don’t do anything for self-care. Mindfulness and meditation are not on their radar. This article will highlight the importance of meditation.
When you are in the process of trying to still enjoy tasty snacks without your budget being increased, it can be surprisingly tough. If you are in the position where you are trying to find ways of eating healthy whilst still enjoying fresh tastes, I recommend you try out some banana oat muffins.
Life comes at us in various ways, but most of the time we can often break it down to a ‘good’ or ‘bad’ day. Like you, I’ve had my fair share of both kinds of day over the years – I’ve endured horrific days and enjoyed amazing days.
Life is, for most of us, about finding happiness and contentment. Yet it’s not an absolute construct. Most of the time, we assume someone who is awash with cash and social opportunity to be the happiest.
Egocentrism is defined as the inability to differentiate ones self from others or to see a situation from another’s point of view.
The Stages of Change is a psychological concept explaining the process people go through in order to make a meaningful change in their lives that are applicable to wellness in a variety of ways.
When experiencing anxiety, negative or challenging emotions, flashbacks, the practice of using grounding exercises can help you take control.
Burnout, left untreated can become severe and lead to suicidal thoughts, depression, and long term anxiety. Knowing the signs and what to do will go a long way in helping you stay healthy, happy, and mentally well.
Recently studies have shown that spending time outside in natural environments can have a positive impact on a person’s mental health and feelings of wellbeing. From walks in the country away from the urban hussle of modern day life, to getting green fingered and spending time planting and growing your own plants or veg it appears mother nature actually does have a part to play in our overall wellness.