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Let’s face it…Our social media feeds are overwhelmingly filled with health, wellness, and motivational posts of the type of person our society deems as the standard for success. It starts with a sunny day, a book on self-growth and a healthy breakfast recipe, followed by meticulous note-taking, more healthy meals, a productive gym session and … Continue reading How To Get Your Motivation Back
I guarantee you can think of at least one experience where you felt like you weren’t good enough or a time you wished you could have done better. We’ve all been there. I’ll be real with you. This used to be a daily occurrence for me, and I thought I was the only one who … Continue reading Why You Should Stop Being So Hard On Yourself
Change is scary. It’s a fact. We all have a comfort zone, that cozy, safe place where we feel most at home because we know what to expect. But what if I told you that a little risk can actually be a good thing? Change is something you should welcome into your life, and here … Continue reading Why You Should Welcome Change
History has shown that storytelling is a powerful tool. It's been used to teach, entertain and spread ideas since the dawn of time. We use stories to pass down knowledge from generation to generation, and we use them to tell ourselves about who we are and who we want to be. That's because stories have … Continue reading 10 Psychological Benefits Of Storytelling
I have had this blog post in mind since last October; however, I thought that posting it now during Mental Health Awareness Month and COVID-19 would be fitting. In short, mental health advocacy changed my life, and I believe it can change yours. It is time we all became mental health advocates together. Like many, … Continue reading How Mental Health Advocacy Changed My Life and it Can Change Yours!
Many of us are uncomfortable openly discussing our mental health struggles or even admitting to having them. This was a major barrier for me growing up, as conversations surrounding mental health were not common, and the topic was stigmatized in my community. It wasn’t until my first year at university that I realized mental health … Continue reading How I Have Been Coping With My Mental Health During Isolation
I’ve struggled with my mental health for a long time. In high school, it was the first time that I could really acknowledge that there was something not quite right up in the old noggin. I’m the type of person who likes to think in the future, focus on things that will make you happy … Continue reading How to Deal With Mental Health After Loss