mental health

Mental health and psychology are essential in life extension and leading a healthy and happy life.

5 Ways to Find Inner Peace When Surrounded By Constant Drama
Whether you work outside the home, inside the home, have kids, don't have kids, live by yourself, live with your spouse, live with any of your family or even your friend or friends, days can become st...
Rebecca Sharrocka month ago
We All Possess Different Kinds of Memory
Our memories are a very important part of our life because they make up our entire experience of living. Without our memories, we would have no sense of self or any other sense of being alive. There a...
Justin Hendersona month ago
The Pursuit of Happiness
Are you happy? With yourself? With what you have? As society progresses, the people living in it seem to believe more and more in an external happiness. A happiness that is in objects and the many phy...
Jordan Haupricha month ago
Dream Child
Around mid-July I was listening to the radio, just cruising in my red truck, with my radio blasted on an average day to work. My ears were suddenly perked up by a story I began to listen very intently...
Why Survivors Don't Always Speak Out
Let's talk about Sexual abuse. Every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. Every eight minutes, that victim is a child. One of every five will be female, one in every 20 will be male. In 34% ...
Kristy Loxtona month ago
Top Three Times to Practice Meditation When You Didn’t Think You Could
In the midst of turmoil, stress, or chaos, do you ever wish you could transport yourself into a peaceful, quiet meditation room? Well, I have good news for you: most of the time you totally can. Even ...
Self-Care 101
Let's talk about Self-care. Self-care is something we often neglect because we're too busy, too tired, or perhaps we feel ashamed for needing time to ourselves. Sometimes self-care means having to say...
Christina Woodcock2 months ago
Love Yourself
I'm sure by now you have heard the phrase, "If you can't love yourself how do you expect anyone else to love you?" If you're like me, then you probably rolled your eyes at this statement. While I do b...
Rebecca Sharrock2 months ago
How it Feels to Have an Autistic Meltdown
Autistic meltdowns are a common occurrence, and are hence becoming widespread knowledge amongst the autism community. An autistic meltdown may be mistaken for a temper tantrum. Yet there are a few key...
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William Stange2 months ago
Beach Mindfulness
I have been surfing Southern California and other coastlines since I was ten years old; I am now fifty-eight and enjoy it no less than those first few years! There is something remarkable that happens...
Darryl Burks2 months ago
Why Am I Not Happy?
We all want things in life. Desire is built into our genetic code. But even in this age when we have achieved more physical comfort and more mechanization resulting in ease of work than at any other t...
Taylor Markarian2 months ago
I Wore Skimpy Outfits To Break Free of My Body Image Issues
Since I was a kid I’ve had body image issues concerning my weight. When I was just six-years-old, my grandmother criticized my chubbiness. When I got to junior high, the girls in school — the popular ...
Joe Snaith2 months ago
Could Eating Broccoli Help to Treat Autism?
We all know that broccoli is good for us. But, could it be classed as an actual medicine? Well, the cruciferous vegetable, or, more specifically, the phytochemical Sulforaphane, which is found in rela...
Rebecca Sharrock2 months ago
Life as a Female with Autism
Throughout the past few decades, autism diagnoses have skyrocketed for both genders. There are various theories for this that have been brought up in the community. Autism also appears to affect more ...
Yvonne Glasgow2 months ago
Are You Addicted To Stuff?
This isn’t the first article I have ever written on minimalism or hoarding, and it probably won’t be the last (I wrote many of them when I was a steady writer for Yahoo Contributor Network). However, ...
Georgie C2 months ago
How to Support a Friend Who is Unhappy (or Worse, Depressed)
Mental illness is one of the most difficult conditions to manage. While you can simply put someone in a MRI machine to diagnose a tumour, you just can't do the same for mental health issues. As a phar...
Kit Dwyer2 months ago
What NOT to Say to Someone with Autism
I'm 37 years old and in February last year I was diagnosed with High Functioning Autism. After all that time, finally finding out who I am, was quite a revelation. It's akin to a key turning in a lock...
Hyapatia Lee2 months ago
Are You Your Own Worst Enemy?
The Southeast Bully is the part of our inner self that acts as a bully to our own soul. This bully uses dependency, attachment, judgment, comparison, expectation, self-importance, and the wounded chil...