Tag: Mental Health

Vulnerability is a Strength!

A plea to those needing help but feeling uncomfortable asking for it…

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WHAT DO YOU WANT?!

This is a call to all the lovely people who follow this website. I need your help! Since starting this project, I have tried to create content that will help add value to your life. To help you achieve the health goals you have, and to live your best life. My problem? I don’t know

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I Have Depression

This is the video counterpart for one of my recent blog posts, all about how I battle my down days to stay healthy and happy. In it I talk about my past experiences developing depression, going to therapy, and how I manage it today. If you are having a hard time with your mental health,

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5-Minute Body Scan Mindfulness Meditation

In today’s video I walk you through an easy meditation that can be done anywhere, using mindfulness to connect with your body. As part of my bit for #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek here in the UK, I hope that this helps you to relieve any stress you may be feeling today. What do you think? Have you tried

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Having plants makes you healthier?

This is the video counterpart for the blog post I released earlier this week, all about plant power! Bringing plants into your home may be a way to help design an aesthetically pleasing space, but it also allows for you to experience the innate healing powers of nature. Let me know in the comments below

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Getting serious about this project…

I have owned this domain for over a year now. Like most projects I start, this website began with hopes and aspirations, which quickly turned to no motivation. One of my faults, as I imagine a lot of people share, is that I love to start projects… I just don’t necessarily finish them. Or rather,

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3 Exercises good for Mind, Body, & Soul

For many in the mental health community, we have all heard about how doctors may encourage patients to take up running, or some other form of exercise, to combat their depression. The irony being that most times those who are depressed have little energy and motivation to get out of bed, let alone into a

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