what major depression really feels like

This Is What Major Depression Feels Like

  Alright y’all, I’ve got some things I wanna talk about. I know I’ve been a little…absent lately, as I’ve been going through some rough times. Honestly, I’ve never been lower in my entire life as I have been over the last few months. It’s been the most terrifying experience I’ve ever had. There were moments when I genuinely wasn’t…

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4 Journaling Tips to Help Track Your Moods

  Guest Article by: Patrick Bailey Learn more at – patrickbaileys.com Keeping track of your moods can be difficult, even for people without a diagnosed mental health disorder or condition. For those of us living with diagnosed mental health issues or a dual diagnosis, it can be a daily struggle as well as vital to our health. Effectively tracking your…

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How to Feel Beautiful and Boost Confidence

  Guest article by: Brigitte Evans Cosmetic Skin Care Consultant   Living in a world where every step of the way you find commercials that tell you you need a special cream and scrub to make yourself look good enough, it can be so hard to feel good about yourself.     Flipping through a magazine can be confusing when…

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Why mindfulness can help

How and Why Mindfulness Can Help

  Mindfulness Guest article by Amanda Moore There comes a time in our lives when we know that change needs to happen. Usually it comes after we’ve been putting it off, finding excuse after excuse to do something else. And when we least expect it we get hit with one thing after another. These events can be losing a job,…

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8 Ways to stop a panic attack

8 Ways To Stop A Panic Attack And Calm Your Anxiety

  These tips and ideas for relief from panic attack symptoms are simple, yet effective. Guest Article by Mariah Harris   Do you suffer from panic attacks? The sudden onset causing shortness of breath, agony, feeling of doom, sweating, shaking, and other symptoms are debilitating. I’ve struggled with panic attacks off and on for the last six years. When I…

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tips for meditating on the go

Quick and Easy Tips for Meditating on the Go

  Guest article by Amanda Moore   Emotional baggage and stress are things that accumulate as we go about our daily lives From encounters at work, to getting ready in the morning, there are many places in which we can invite imbalances into our lives. These imbalances lead to feelings of being overwhelmed with anxiety if not properly dealt with.…

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The Ultimate guide to anxiety & panic attacks

The Ultimate Guide To Anxiety and Panic Attacks

  The A to Z of it all, from personal experience I took everything I know (from my own experiences) and decided to put it all together in one place. I’m going to start off by explaining anxiety vs panic. I also talk about what it feels like to have a panic attack, and natural ways to treat the symptoms.…

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Anger, resentment, and my BPD mother

Anger, Resentment, and My Borderline Mother

Anger and resentment are holding me back from moving forward in my recovery from mental health. I know in order to continue to heal and recover, I have to learn how to let go of the anger and resentment I feel. I have to learn how to forgive my mother, and everyone who chooses to be blind to her behavior.…

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How to raise your vibration when you're depressed

How To Raise Your Vibration When You’re Depressed

Some of you might be wondering what it means to raise your vibration. To understand what it means to raise your vibration, first you have to understand the definition of what vibration means. There are several different definitions, but the one that resonates most is Wikipedia’s definition of Free Vibration: Free vibration occurs when a mechanical system is set in motion…

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