Mistrust in yourself may come from the people you surround yourself with.
By having access to everything, we think we are informed. But we could never be more wrong.
The battle we all must face one day can be an uphill struggle for most. So what can we do to overcome it? This is my take.
Non-sufferers think they know what it’s like. But everyone experiences depression in a different way.
We like to treat things with pills, after all it’s the human way. But what if there is a better way to treat human disorders?
Sometimes we drive ourselves crazy, reorientating who we are and it’s not what we want. Soul searching is complicated, and it’s usually called upon when we’ve had enough and we try to fuse ourselves with the incompatible.
Did I rattle your cage? It’s almost illegal to make such statements. But escaping from the chaos and noise of social media can be wonderfully therapeutic.
Bring on the good stuff! Respite from mental health woes has a profound effect on life. It happens rarely and unexpectedly, but when you get that window for a grip on life, embrace it and ride it out.
Building bad habits is easy. But what if you build good habits?
In amongst the electronic excitement, there is a cluster of analogue treats.