Tag Archives: mental health

Choosing how we feel

Originally posted on zacalstin:
Having the attitude that “everything is perfect exactly as it is” feels good. For melancholics in particular it may be an expression of providence: the knowledge that all things are working towards the good. If all things are working towards the good, and we know it, then it follows that everything is… Continue reading

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What does wellness mean?

Originally posted on The Knowledge Spot:
You’re a very complex and unique individual. What does your health look like? Everyone’s perfect picture of health will look just a little different. Wellness isn’t about being the skinniest or most buff person in the room, it’s all about being happy and feeling healthy, and finding workouts that… Continue reading

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Draining Resentment to Clear your Head

Originally posted on AC Keeble:
One thing that gets on my head is resentment. People with mental blocks that have been caused by unhealthy attachments to bad experiences that have affected their life and got in the way of their happiness. It is like taking poison and expecting the person you dislike to die. Recently… Continue reading

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Lack of Self Esteem

Originally posted on Be Inspired..!!:
In reality, low self-esteem affects more people than you think. Low self-esteem refers to how you feel about yourself overall. Comparing, gossiping about others, putting others first, even excessive Facebooking are all signs of low-self esteem. You may say you do these things to stay connected or because “I want… Continue reading

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A different sort of self-care..

Originally posted on Meg’s Mental Health Blog:
Wednesday 27th Feb 🌞 Photo by Burst on Pexels.com Self care isn’t just about lush bathbombs and facemasks, it can be taking a day off from emails, taking the bus instead of walking or making yourself breakfast for the first time in months. As you will be… Continue reading

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What Does Self-Care Actually Mean?

Originally posted on Sammy Loves x:
Admittedly, I have never really been interested in self care until this year. This could be due to society’s approach to mental health becoming much more open. Or the fact that the internet is now full of relatable quotes about cancelled plans and taking days off to yourself. I… Continue reading

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Introduction

Originally posted on Self-Conscious to Confident:
Hi everybody! My name is Allison and I am a 21-year-old Accounting student that is on a journey from being uncomfortable and self-conscious and insecure in her own skin to a woman who loves herself and her body. I used to be in VERY good shape. When I was… Continue reading

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run away with me

Originally posted on catharsis:
the cause of escapism is simple: a person who’s seeking solace during times of distress. recently, i find myself constantly evading those demeaning thoughts regarding results day — i’ve been going out, helping out with house chores, watching movies, basically filling my day with tasks so that i won’t have time… Continue reading

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The Impostor Syndrome

Originally posted on The Paper Oligarch:
Impostor syndrome – [also known as impostor phenomenon, fraud syndrome or the impostor experience] – is a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud”. “Despite external evidence of their competence, those experiencing this phenomenon remain… Continue reading

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Learning to enjoy time alone

Originally posted on Walking on broken glass:
I find this very hard and I crave the company of others. This week is half term, and each one of my plans has fallen through. So I’m currently sat in my local mcdonalds alone trying to enjoy this time. I see benefits of it, I really do.… Continue reading

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