5 Things To Be Proud Of When Fighting Depression (And How To Get Better)

I have heard depression described as an angry black shadow that follows you wherever you go — and this is a description I agree with wholeheartedly. I mean, if you take a second to think about it, it just makes … Continue reading

10 Ways to Develop Resilience In Sobriety

Sobriety is a concept that is sometimes misunderstood, and once misunderstood, the approach towards sobriety can be wrongly applied. For some recovering addicts, sobriety translates to a phase of misery, rather than as a time to improve oneself physically and … Continue reading

Expert Tips Revealed: How to Boost Mental Health in Lockdown

Many of us have our own hacks for managing mental health, but how do they fare in lockdown? In these unprecedented times, we’re all having to adapt to a new way of living, and with that, new ways of managing … Continue reading

Six Louise Hay Quotes That Will Help Get You Through Quarantine

Do you ever wonder how you’re going to get through it?  “It” being the scary, hard, seemingly impossible-to-overcome thing that you’re currently facing? If you’ve ever had feelings like that, you’re definitely not alone!  I think it’s safe to say … Continue reading

Why Waiting for a Return to Normal May Spell the End of Your Relationship

COVID-19 has changed things in the world in many ways. What lasting impact this will have remains to be seen. What we do know is that impact is inevitable. When change occurs on the earth at this level, we have … Continue reading

7 Assumptions Your Brain Can’t Help But Make

We all want to believe we are tough to fool. The problem is, even if you are not so gullible, your brain still works a certain way, making associations that create vulnerability to being easily fooled, or fooling yourself. It … Continue reading