6 incredible health benefits of mindfulness

6 Incredible Health Benefits Of Mindfulness

Did you know that practicing mindfulness can actually benefit your health? By Greg Thurston Creator of Seven Minute Mindfulness “Mindfulness” is a bit of a buzz word right now, but that doesn’t mean that you should discredit it. Being mindful is one of the best things you can do for your body and mind! But you might not be sure…

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Overthrowing Anxiety For Good

I’ve always known that anxiety disorders are some of the most difficult conditions to remedy. People suffer their anxiety disorder for their entire lives, managing it as best they can. It’s never easy, though. So I was extremely interested to hear about an approach to anxiety that treats the disorder in a completely new way. This approach takes a fascinating…

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15 super strengths of ADHD

15 Super Strengths Of ADHD

  ADHD comes with so many positives that are often overshadowed by the negatives of having ADHD. Here are 15 incredible super strengths of people with ADHD: Excellent problem-solvers Well-liked Absolutely relentless determination Kind and compassionate towards others Creative imaginations Incredible perseverance  Diligent and hard working Great at multitasking Strong moral compass Authentic and down-to-earth Keen observation skills Honest Empathy…

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Basic self-care for everyday life

Basic Self-Care For Everyday Life

Self-Care doesn’t have to be anything fancy, it just has to be done every day.   Practicing self-care – sounds like a lot of work, doesn’t it? I’m not gonna sugar coat it, there is some work involved. Don’t worry, it’s not as difficult as it seems. And yeah, there are some great ideas and tips out there, but self-care…

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I'm tired of my own shit

I Am Tired Of MY OWN Shit – I Have To Do The Work

This is the shit I’m tired of about myself   Ever since I’ve begun to understand things more clearly, I’ve become more and more tired of my own shit. I’m pretty pissed actually. Because I realize that I am the only one holding myself back in life. Can any of you relate to that? Choices. All of it comes down to…

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The time I temporarily lost my mind

The Time I Temporarily Lost My Mind

I lost my mind. I was experiencing mental breaks from reality.   I’m not even sure of exactly when the mental decline actually began. Thinking back, I often wonder if it came on gradually at first, and I was just unaware. All I know is at some point, it  quickly escalated into full on mental breaks from reality. These breaks…

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how easy is it to brainwash someone

Brainwashing And Manipulation Of The Mind

How easy is it to brainwash and manipulate someone?   Believe it or not, it’s not as complicated as you might think. Manipulation comes along as sort of “part of the package”, as brainwashing is also referred to as thought reform. Think about it, your thoughts are literally being manipulated. The subtleness of how this can be done is actually…

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

So, I know I’ve been MIA for awhile…   Wow. A lot has happened since my last post on Jess Is A Mess. I’m sure the majority of you are aware of the craziness that has evolved since we began the year 2020. I don’t know about you, but my life has changed dramatically, and in a number of ways.…

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3 Strategies for Improving Your Mental Health in the Summer

3 Strategies for Improving Your Mental Health in the Summer

  Guest Article by Dr. Gemma Gladstone Improve your mental health, even in the Summer months.   While the summer may mean more beautiful weather, more social events, and a more carefree outlook on daily life, the truth is that, for many people, this presumed summer joy isn’t necessarily inherent. This is especially true for the millions who are currently…

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how to deal with trauma after identity theft

Dealing With The Trauma of Identity Theft

  Guest post by Amanda Moore How to Deal with Trauma After Identity Theft   When considering the ill effects of identity theft, most people think about money loss and credit score damage. However, the intensity of having one’s identity stolen can bring about other problems, particularly an emotional fallout. Dealing with identity theft can be a very traumatic experience,…

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