Change is gradual. But these 5 lifestyle habits for mental health are definitely worth considering. Learn more about how to implement these habits, here.
If you’ve been following along, you know I have been coping with some postpartum anxiety. And in my recovery process I’ve discovered a few things I’ve been doing to sabotage myself. I’ve noticed some things I use as crutches to cope with my anxiety that really only serve to make it worse. A coping mechanism […]
I’m referring to my anxiety as Postpartum Anxiety, but I’ve struggled with anxiety most of my life. I’m just noticing it taking a different shape since giving birth. I’m developing a new relationship with my anxiety. I’m taking ownership of it. I’m doing my best to stay in front of it and be proactive. I’m […]
I’m weary to say any of these things are “remedies” because…well…they aren’t. I’m not entirely sure if my anxiety can be remedied. At this point in the game, I’ve gotten to a place of accepting that my anxiety is just that…mine. It’s been there for as long as I can remember. I didn’t always have a […]
Anxiety and depression are sneaky illnesses. They trick you into believing you’ve got them under control, only to sneak back up on you when you least expect it. My daughter is 8 months old now, and I’m finally realizing my anxiety is back and in full force. It’s been sitting on my chest for a […]
Sooner or later you’re going to find yourself in a situation where a certain relationship in your life becomes toxic. This can be a romantic relationship, a friendship, a relationship with work or family or a client. Eventually, you will become faced with toxicity/negativity and it’s important to know how to protect your energy. There is a […]
The comparison game. We all get caught up in it. We find ourselves envying the lives others are pretending to live online. We start desiring something, and working toward something, that doesn’t even exist. And what’s worse, we start to discredit and remove ourselves from the miraculous reality we’re already a part of. We need […]
It can be a difficult task to practice and maintain emotional stability. But the key word to remeber here is practice. Practice makes progress. And these 4 tips have helped me practice and maintin emotional stability, which has spilled over to more stability in my career, marriage, friendships and so on. Trust the universe. Trust […]