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Seven Ways to Overcome Loneliness – Emily Reynolds

According to the Campaign to End Loneliness, a commission originally set up by MP Jo Cox in 2016, loneliness can be as damaging as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. It is also associated with increased risk of heart disease, stroke and blood pressure, as well as dementia – one study cited by the campaign found … Continue reading Seven Ways to Overcome Loneliness – Emily Reynolds

20 Signs You’re Doing Better Than You Think You Are – Brianna Wiest

Take a deep breath. You’re doing amazing and if you doubt that just read these positive self affirmations to boost your esteem. You doubt your life. You feel miserable some days. This means you’re still open to growth. This means you can be objective and self-aware. The best people go home at the end of … Continue reading 20 Signs You’re Doing Better Than You Think You Are – Brianna Wiest

I am Inspired by You, Everyday — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

I am inspired by the people that I meet here on WordPress through this blog– The Bipolar Writer blog. The kindness, the human connection, and the inspiring comments that I find here every day are just truly amazing. Yesterday I got the most fantastic email from a fellow Bipolar sufferer. I have not yet responded […] … Continue reading I am Inspired by You, Everyday — The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog

The Surprising Link Between Language and Depression – Emily Petsko

Skim through the poems of Sylvia Plath, the lyrics of Kurt Cobain, or posts on an internet forum dedicated to depression, and you'll probably start to see some commonalities. That's because there's a particular way that people with clinical depression communicate, whether they're speaking or writing, and psychologists believe they now understand the link between … Continue reading The Surprising Link Between Language and Depression – Emily Petsko

Practicing Self-Compassion for Mental Health – Zana Wellness

Instead thinking about a bad argument with a loved one, an emotional breakdown at work, the lady who frustrated you at the grocery store for walking slow, focus on what it was you NEEDED at that time. If you were arguing with a loved one, was it because you dislike them OR because at that … Continue reading Practicing Self-Compassion for Mental Health – Zana Wellness

Anxious Children – 4 Ways to Help by Lynda Monk

We should all be concerned and paying attention to the mental health of our children and youth within society. Evidence suggests that stress and anxiety are on the rise for today’s young people. Even young children between the ages of 2 and 5 are showing higher levels of emotional upset and anxiety (Statistics Canada). Many … Continue reading Anxious Children – 4 Ways to Help by Lynda Monk

Knowers & Learners Quick Thoughts On Different World Views – Bruno Bergher

My work these days involves spending a lot of time with early stage companies, where we’re racing against the clock to turn bold new ideas into usable products, and see if they work. It’s a land where you’re knee-deep in ambiguity, and surrounded by a sea of unanswered questions. It’s an environment where short-circuiting feedback … Continue reading Knowers & Learners Quick Thoughts On Different World Views – Bruno Bergher

Storytelling: Stop Trying to Be “Vulnerable” & Do This Instead  | Just Story It

We usually have a good internal compass about when and where our vulnerability should appear -- we just have to be disciplined about following that compass. Source: Storytelling: Stop Trying to Be "Vulnerable" & Do This Instead  | Just Story It     Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to fulfill our … Continue reading Storytelling: Stop Trying to Be “Vulnerable” & Do This Instead  | Just Story It

The Hard Truth About Mental Health — My Life with PTSD & Bipolar

This is how being bipolar 2 feels like. You don’t know what’s coming. It’s a Rollacoaster but how far will I drop? Will I be able to handle it like a mature adult or will I yell and scream. I hope not. The hard truth about mental illness. It’s hard to fix yourself. I experienced […] … Continue reading The Hard Truth About Mental Health — My Life with PTSD & Bipolar

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