Disclaimer <strong><u data-rich-text-format-boundary=”true”>Please always remember that there is no quick fix for any mental health issue. In order to overcome it, you have to address your problem and ask for help a mental health professional. There are many mental health institutions where you can find […]
So you had a bad day, huh? You didn’t get the internship or job you really wanted. Your car broke down in a high way. Maybe you were not able to pass an important exam and now you have to wait an entire year for another chance… Well, that sucks… a bit… But hey, the fact that the things didn’t work out as planned does not mean that you are a failure! Sometimes it’s hard to believe that bad even bad days happen for a reason. Everything depends on how you look at things. Because problems can be turned into opportunities and negative experiences can be used into your advantage. But to be able to do that you need to adopt a growth mindset. Remember that having a bad day does not mean that you have a bad life.
Christmas can trigger anxiety for many different reasons. If you suffer from anxiety, and panick attacks in this post you will find healthy tips, tricks and hacks to deal naturally with your anxiety and have a happy and paceful Christmas.
Dealing with severe depression is extremely hard but possibile if you have a good and effective plan. In this post I write about things I do when depression hits me so hard that even getting up from bed seems to be impossible. Here are my tips for all those who are struggling with depression, unvanted thoughts and negative self-talk. Depression is a serious mental illness but it is curable. So stay with me during this post and I will show you some effective ways to make you feel better during tough days.
We live in a busy world full of distractions which makes difficult to focus on particular tasks. Just think about it how often do you check your social media accounts or watch youtube channels during your working hours? I bet, you do it very often, so do I. BUt is distraction always a bad thing? Or maybe we can benefit from being distracted sometimes? This post responds to this tricky question!