“It’s Only In Your Head”: Depressing Thoughts & How To Tame Them

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Depression Negative Thinking Patterns
February 15, 2017 / By / Post a Comment
You have no idea how powerful your thoughts are. Thoughts – mental events produced by consciousness – can, in fact, affect matter, and I don’t mean bending spoons with a gaze. Studies have proven that thoughts alone are capable of improving vision, fitness, and strength. Think about the placebo effect, for example. It’s not the […]

Valentine’s Day For Singles: 8 Ways To Show Yourself Love

February 1, 2017 / By / Post a Comment
The first half of February is a hard time for singles – especially for those of us who happen not to be loving it. As there is love in the air, the atmosphere gets pretty unbearable. Especially in bigger cities, where we’re constantly attacked with useless heart-shaped kitsch thingies and special Valentine’s offers for couples. […]

How To Deal With Depression: 30 Things I Do To Keep The Demons Off

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How To Deal With Depression
January 29, 2017 / By / 5 Comments
Do you also wonder how to deal with depression so it doesn’t come back? It takes time, effort, and requires you to change your thinking, which is probably the most difficult thing of all when it comes to overcoming depression. But I believe it’s possible. In this post, I will be sharing my ways of […]

The Wind Makes Me Feel Anxious…

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Wind Makes Me Anxious
January 27, 2017 / By / , / 1 Comment
Today is my day off at work, and I could make better use of it than just sit at home by the heater and complain. But it’s the hurricane season in the Atlantic and the weather is pretty crazy today. The cold front has brought dark clouds, occasional heavy showers, hail, and the wind, so […]

9 Things You Can Do Every Day To Be More Mindful

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January 19, 2017 / By / / Post a Comment
Imagine that you’ve just had a delicious hot chocolate, but before you even noticed its taste, the mug was already empty. Sounds familiar? That’s probably because you’re functioning on autopilot, lost in thoughts, worrying about real or potential problems all the time. We get so used to certain thoughts and our reactions to stressful events […]

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