hi again! Ok, you've identified the narcissists in your life by reading my last post. Now what? What to do? Should you stay? Should you go? Well, let me help you out. First of all, let me say sorry for this late post. I've been trying to release my posts on Thursday mornings, but as … Continue reading Narcs (2 of 2): How To Leave Narcissists
Changing Gears Hello again, World! I've been talking about Physical Health a lot lately, so I decided to switch the gears a bit: let's talk about Emotional and Mental Health. The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of protecting both emotional and mental health is... Narcissistic People. I have lived amongst … Continue reading Narcs (1 of 2): How To Identify Narcissists
Don't Let your thyroid slow your metabolism down! Let's say your thyroid is making you feel constantly tired, brain fogged, and depressed. Your body is constantly cold, your skin is dry, your muscles hurt, as well as your joints. On top of all of that, your hair is falling out as you've never experienced before, … Continue reading Exercise And Sickness (4 of 6): How To Exercise With A Low Thyroid
When it comes to exercise routines, we need to take into consideration our current health condition and stress level. Have you been exercising regularly and eating right without seeing results? Is your life is in chaos causing you a lot of stress? Well, then you need to read this post! First, Let's talk about stress … Continue reading Exercise And Sickness (2 of 6): Working Out Under Chronic Stress
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When it comes to reaching goals, people usually look for many sources of motivation to get them going. But I always wonder: do they actually lack motivation, or is it a discipline issue? How many times have you “liked” a motivational quote on social media such as: Or How good those motivational quotes actually are? … Continue reading Motivation Vs. Discipline: What Do You Lack?
I really appreciate you for reading this series of posts about the depressed state of mind. I feel like so many people need to read about it, but so little do, because it IS indeed, an uncomfortable subject to talk about. So many people walk around with clinical depression without even knowing its severity, and their … Continue reading Understanding A Depressed State Of Mind (4 of 4): What’s After Depression
During my mental healing journey - from depression to happiness -, I have encountered many family members and friends of suicide victims who were in distraught, because they couldn't understand how their loved one could have become so depressed, and "why" they had decided to kill themselves. On my last post, I went over how … Continue reading Understanding A Depressed State of Mind (3 of 4): How Family Members May Be Able To Help
I really hope that I can help others with my past experience, as a suicide survivor. If you are undergoing depression, my hope is for you to start seeing your life under a brighter, more positive light. And, If you are a family member or friend of a suicide victim, I hope that all of my … Continue reading Understanding A Depressed State Of Mind (2 OF 4): How We Reach (Suicide) Bottom
As you can tell, a depressed state of mind doesn't have to do with the amount of success, money, fame, or even love that someone may have in their lives. Someone may be loved by many (like I've always known that I am), and have everything yet, they may still find themselves worth-killing.