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Self-sabotaging often has a deep hold via our own inner-critic. What is important to know is that many people self-sabotage, meaning you are not alone.Read More
"Write what you know" is a very important expression for writers. Stacey Freedman has informed her knowledge to help others via her firsthand experiences with suicidal thoughts and suicide itself.Read More
A good overview of the medications prescribed for Anxiety and Depression and their side-effects.
"The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) states that an estimated 40 million adults suffer from one of the eight disorders within the anxiety spectrum. In addition, depression impacts approximately 16 million, about 6.7% of the U.S. adult population."Read More
Some helpful tools/reminders toward the end of this piece, which you can put into practice.
“The results suggest that taking time to learn the skills to self-generate positive emotions can help us become healthier, more social, more resilient versions of ourselves,” Dr. Fredrickson reported in the National Institutes of Health monthly newsletter in 2015.
In other words, Dr. Davidson said, “well-being can be considered a life skill. If you practice, you can actually get better at it.”
Meditating before running could change the brain in ways that are more beneficial for mental health than practicing either of those activities alone, according to an interesting study of a new treatment program for people with depression.Read More