Relationships: How To Get Over A Breakup

Breakups can be quite difficult to deal with, especially if you’ve been with your partner for quite sometime. It’s never a good feeling to have know that someone you once loved just isn’t into you anymore and no longer wants to be apart of your life. The pain of a heartache can sting but with […]

Exploring Negative Thought’s: How To Escape From the Darkness

“You aren’t good enough” “You will never amount to anything in life” “You will never be great” If you’re had these thought’s pop up in your head, congrats you’re human. We’ve all experienced moments where all we want to do is break down and cry because nothing seems to go right in our lives. Moments […]

Laughing To Keep The Pain Away

Hey you! Wipe that frown off of your face! Within just a span of a few weeks, the quality of life has gone downhill affecting the lives of millions of people globally. It’s almost as if we are living in the Twilight Zone! Unemployment has sky rocketed, death is rampant, and there seems to be […]

How To Practice Self-Care While Quarentined

Well hello there! What’s up? How’s everyone doing? Are you struggling with life? Do you feel like you’re losing your mind as the days go by? Life has been hectic for everyone these past few weeks due to this horrible virus. Which has caused a devastating effect on the well being of a lot of […]

Dealing With Panic Attacks: Symptoms and Tips On How To Control Them

Symptoms of Panic Attacks Include: Racing HeartChest PainFeeling like you’re losing control or about to dieFeeling like you’re chokingTrembling or ShakingShortness of Breath According to the National Institutes of Mental Health, about 5% of the adult American population experiences panic attacks. Panic attacks can be caused by factors to include stress, genetics, negative emotions, and […]

Guest Post: Invisible Illness Awareness By Alexa Randolph

Author Bio: Alexa Randolph Published Author, With Love, EllaDaniel, Ever AfterWith Love Alexa PodcastBe Forever Strong blog248-881-4844www.alexarandolph.com Invisible Illness Awareness     Every day that we walk down the street, or go to work we are probably passing someone who is suffering from anxiety, depression, or even chronic pain.  We may be at a restaurant, the movies, […]

Guest Post: How To Deal With Anxiety and Depression Over Christmas

How To Deal With Anxiety and Depression Over Christmas  The holidays are far from easy when you have a mental illness. There is so much pressure to be happy and joyful when you can’t feel those emotions no matter how hard you try.  Also, Christmas can be such a stressful time of year. You want […]

How To Deal With The Wintertime Blues

According to Psychology Today, about 10 million Americans develop SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder during the Winter time. If you begin to notice a shift in your mood occur just a little after the summer months, just know that you are not alone and it may be more than just a coincidence. Symptoms of SAD […]

Social Anxiety: Don’t Allow It To Control Your Life

Social anxiety is a lot more than just being shy. You may experience symptoms such as: Feelings of intense fear and nervousness around people or large crowdsNegative thoughtsThat awful feeling of people watching and judging youPanic Attacks Elevated heart rateShakingSlow thought process causing you to stumble over your wordsAvoiding eye contact when speaking with someone […]

Achieving Happiness: Being Your Best Self

Life may throw many obstacles at you but you cannot allow it to take away your happiness. When you continuously allow this to happen, your thoughts will be nothing but negative and you won’t be able to be your best self. Happiness can be easily achieved as long as you do not let anyone or […]

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