Tag: Mental health

Sometimes it takes everything you've got just to get through the day. If you're experienced bad days before (and who among us hasn't?), you know how difficult it can be to take a break and make yourself better before moving on with your life. Here are three...
In the past year, we've all been spending more time at home. For some of us, especially if we live alone, the current situation can be very difficult. One way to deal with loneliness and isolation is to bring home a furry friend. Cats,...
Bad posture isn't only bad for your physical health, it can also ruin your mental health. Here's why it's important to not slump. If we reminded you to check your posture at any moment during the day, how many times would you have to...
Did you know that certain foods can help you feel better and make your brain function better? Here's what that's all about. We already know that eating the right food is crucial for our physical health, building muscles, and improving immunity. It turns out...
Typography artist, Timothy Goodman, blurs the line between art and therapy. His chosen words - seen across a plethora of mediums (anything from packaging and clothes to buildings and cars) - cut to the chase, providing a catalyzer for dialogues about difficult topics such as love, heartbreak,...
It is a well-known fact that positive thinking can bring about positive emotions and positive experiences. Most experts agree that having a positive attitude is rejuvenating to both the mind and the body. But for most of us, staying positive is easier said than done, especially during...
Self-love is an inexhaustible source of energy that is independent of anyone and anything. When we love ourselves, the love and appreciation that comes from others is only a bonus, not the center of our lives. So, how do you do that? Here are some tips.
Nobody was ready for what this year turned out to be. In addition to thousands of lives lost due to coronavirus, millions of people have to deal with mental health problems that come from the uncertainty of life, job loss, isolation, and other related things. Getting used...
2020 is definitely not what we expected. Instead of being able to go out and enjoy nature or travel around the world, we got isolated in our homes, hoping to stop the awful coronavirus. Thinking about all the things you can't do right...
You're hearing it everywhere these days: isolation is a perfect excuse to catch up on everything you need to do or have always wanted to do. But what if that only puts more pressure on you on top of everything that's going on in the world?

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