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5 Ways to Help You Make a Big Decision

28 Aug, 2018

5 Ways to Help You Make a Big Decision

1. Make a List.

Yes, you heard me right. It is time for the good ole’ list. Making a list(s) can really help you organize all your thoughts. For me, my thoughts are all-consuming especially when I need to make an important decision. I feel overwhelmed, and the more I think of things, the more I feel lost and overanalyze. But the more I don’t think about it, I feel as though I am putting off the decision. It causes even more anxiety. So, I feel like I can’t make the decision, and I end up being unproductive and hard on myself. 

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5 Ways to Discuss Mental Illness with Loved Ones

23 Aug, 2018

5 Ways to Discuss Mental Illness with Loved Ones

1. Educate via your experiences/story.

Education is key to explaining mental illness to your loved ones. The key is to figure out/feel out each one and see the best way to discuss it. And yes, I know that loved ones should come to you like they would if you were diagnosed with a physical disease. But the reality is, for most people, the stigma is strong in their head. They may not know what to say, and unfortunately, compassion and common sense tend to fly out the door as separation comes to the forefront.

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5 Ways to Get Through the Tough Days

13 Aug, 2018

5 Ways to Get Through the Tough Days

1. Cleanse Yourself.

So, this can be taken in a few different ways. If I am having a tough day, I love to sit in the shower and have the warm water run over me. For one, it makes me feel refreshed. Two, it’s symbolic of washing away the negativity, the fear, and much more. I can feel the water running down my back, and I just sit still and listen to it. I take a few deep breaths and try to relax.

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10 Things to Help You Get Out of a Rut

20 Jul, 2018

10 Things to Help You Get Out of a Rut

We all have been in a rut. To be honest, we probably go through many different little ruts throughout our lives. They are not fun, but they are a part of life. Even when it is pointed out to us or we know that we are in one, I find that we or, I at least, don’t fully acknowledge it.
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