I have gathered the most insightful information on anxiety medication and put them all in one blog post. The information came from various popular medical websites, such as Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Help Guide, Anxieties.com, and WebMD. My hope is that you find this easy to read and understand. Continue reading
I have gathered the most insightful information on antidepressants and put them all in one blog post. The information came from various popular medical websites, such as Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, National Health Service (NHS), Mayo Clinic, and WebMD. My hope is that you find this easy to read and understand. Continue reading
There is a certain joy I get when I know I have helped someone.
Whether its through my experiences, advice, or my resources, I try to help people as much as I can. It’s instinct for me for me to help out a friend, someone I know, or even a stranger, if I know I have the ability to. Continue reading
Laughter has many mental health benefits.
More and more people are getting into stand up comedy.
Where I live, the comedy scene has grown a lot over the past few years and still continues to. Continue reading
Do you struggle with overwhelming, anxious, or negative thoughts?
A lot of us do. But a lot of us don’t know that we have the power to change or ease those thoughts. Continue reading
Shelley Marshall is a brave, inspiring woman who has shared her story with thousands of people.
About three years ago, she started performing her one-woman show, “Hold Mommy’s Cigarette.”
She plays five people; through them, she brings us through periods of her life growing up. Continue reading
On the outside, I’m a very independent and stable girl. I go out by myself a lot and I enjoy it.
On the inside, I have a dependent personality. Continue reading
Babies – Babies are so innocent, pure, and adorable. Their smiles and laughs are contagious; you can’t help but smile and laugh with them. If you know someone with a little one, call them up and make plans for a visit. Continue reading
“Developing a self-care plan will help you think about the small steps you can take in your own life to build your resilience and reduce your vulnerability to compassion fatigue.”
You have to want to take care of yourself. No one will make you practise self care besides yourself. Continue reading
In my last blog post, I discussed what self care is and wrote about five self-care activities that I find helpful: Taking medications, refraining from drugs/alcohol, counselling, exercise, and meditation. Continue reading