Mental health and personal development blogs are my favorite kinds of blogs to read. The writers of these blogs give me hope and make me feel less alone. The best part is they’re relatable, honest, and incredibly helpful.
I am 26 years old, and I struggled with extreme separation anxiety from my boyfriend for years. The phrase “my other half” gets thrown around just as often as “I love you.” But what if your partner literally is your other half? What if your partner is the only person who can make you feel whole […]
With so many mental health hashtags on Instagram to choose from, it’s overwhelming to find the best, most engaging one. Hashtags are an awesome way to find like-minded people, and Instagram has an amazing community of mental health warriors. There are so many people who openly talk about mental illnesses, personal development, and body positivity.
I was a very messy kid, so I was shocked to find cleaning actually helps my anxiety. When I was younger, we would even take pictures of mine and my sister’s room when it was actually clean. I remember on a couple of occasions my mom would say, “Wow. You can actually see the floor.”
Scheduling mental health days into my routine is a huge priority for me. I’ve spent the majority of the last couple of years learning how to love and improve myself, and I’ve never felt more eager to get better. And even though talking about my experiences with mental illness has been really therapeutic and eye-opening […]
It seems like everyone and their mother talks about how beneficial exercising is for mental health. But what happens when exercise makes anxiety worse? What happens when exercising feels like a panic attack? Today, I’m going to dive deeper and talk about the steps I’m taking to regain my exercise freedom.