Most people know that a healthy diet is important in managing weight and aging well. But what many people don’t realize is that the foods we eat can significantly alter our mood.
Most of us treat ourselves far more harshly than we would anyone else. And that’s a shame. In my experience, so much of the depression and anxiety my clients feel stems from a dysfunctional relationship they have with themselves.
Dating is challenging for everyone. But when you suffer with depression, dating can feel scary and overwhelming. Should people with depression date? If the person feels emotionally strong enough, then yes of course they should date. The real question is HOW should they date?
Like any other machine, the quality of your brain function is relative to the quality of the fuel you put in it. Studies have shown that an increased intake of folate or folic acid is associated with a lower risk of depression.
Depression makes every day a constant challenge. You no longer enjoy life as you once did. Just getting out of bed can feel overwhelming.
But, with mental health treatment, you can overcome depression and get back to the life you were meant to live.
The most common social phobia is giving a public presentation. Did you know that the number 1 fear of people all around the world is public speaking. More people are scared to get up in front of others and speak than they are to kick the bucket!
Most human beings don’t get through life without dealing with their fair share of stress. But some people seem to deal with more stress than others.
Always remember that your pain is valid, and as long as you’re getting help by speaking to a mental health professional, you’re on the path to healing.
Nurture Your Body and Spirit. Try and find fun ways to reconnect with your family. Eat right and make sure to stay hydrated and get plenty of sleep.
Having the right space at home will help you focus on the tasks at hand. It will also automatically set boundaries with family. Keep Your Regular Schedule. Take Advantage of the Flexibility