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Things Happen For A Reason

Talk-Therapy Scribblings

I know I haven’t been posting much recently and I apologize for that. My life just moved in a quite unexpected direction, so to speak. Let me tell you what happened. At the end of July, I quit my job in Spain and came back home with a plan. I was to get a US […]

October 15, 2017
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28 Things I Wish I Knew 10 Years Ago: Advice For My Younger INFP Self

Talk-Therapy Scribblings

I’m turning 28 today. Even though I’ve been an adult for the last 10 years and changed a lot, I still feel like a child’s mind trapped in an adult body. I get excited about simple things like a 5-year-old. Not that I’m in denial, on the contrary. I am actually very pleased to have […]

April 6, 2017
INFP Criticism
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INFP Problems: How Do You Handle Criticism?

Self-GrowthTalk-Therapy Scribblings

As any real INFP, I completely suck at accepting and handling criticism. Of course, no one enjoys being criticized, but the INFPs truly hate it. Alas, we can even find criticism where none was intended, which is, no doubt, a superpower. We take everything so personally because we put our whole hearts in whatever we […]

March 14, 2017
Blogger Anxiety
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The Anxiety Of A Mental Health Blogger, Or What My Gremlins Say

Talk-Therapy Scribblings

I’ll be completely honest with you. It’s hard to be a mental health blogger when you suffer from anxiety and try to deal with depression yourself. Especially, when you’re INFP at the same time. We are notorious for handling criticism badly and for being harsh on ourselves, which are precisely the qualities that prevent us […]

February 27, 2017
INFP Depression Anxiety
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INFP Depression… Is It Inevitable In This Evil World?

Highly Sensitive PersonSelf-GrowthTalk-Therapy Scribblings

To be an INFP is to be a walking paradox. We are authentic, deeply feeling creatures, which makes us the comfortable people to be around. We give acceptance and understand others’ emotions without judging. We love deeply. But feeling too much is also our burden, and hence the paradox. Our biggest weaknesses are the same […]

February 16, 2017
How To Deal With Depression
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How To Deal With Depression: 30 Things I Do To Fence The Demons Off

Overcoming Depression NaturallySelf-GrowthTalk-Therapy Scribblings

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 […]

January 29, 2017
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Before my 27th birthday I was diagnosed major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder. After some psychotherapy and medication, I am seeing my depression as a source of positive changes and self growth. I will be sharing with you my research on how to cope with depression, methods to boost your mood and very personal confessions, hoping that it will inspire you to fight depression for good!

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