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

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How To Deal With Depression
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January 29, 2017
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
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January 27, 2017
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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Be More Mindful
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January 19, 2017
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 […]

Bye, bye, 2016. Welcome, 2017.

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New Year 2017
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December 30, 2016
The year 2016 is considered to be one of the worst years in human history. It will be remembered as the year of Brexit, Trump’s election for U.S. president, and death of many idols. But for me, 2016 was groundbreaking in many ways.   I got diagnosed with depression and anxiety. I was feeling terrible […]

Let’s Debunk 10 Common Myths About Antidepressants

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Myths About Antidepressants
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December 21, 2016
There are many common misconceptions and myths about antidepressants. We don’t mind taking birth control pills, antibiotics, vitamins or supplements, but antidepressants are regarded by many people as dangerous and addictive substances that only make things worse. Many of those opinions come from patients who had the bad luck to get the wrong kind of […]

Meditation For Depression: 5 Reasons Why You Should Try It Yourself

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Meditation for Depression and anxiety
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December 8, 2016
Meditation for depression is one of my latest discoveries. As most people, I was focused on being productive as a multitasker and never thought that breathing and sitting still would be so enjoyable and simply liberating. I wasn’t taking it seriously and considered to be a complete waste of time until I found myself in the […]

Survival Tips For Seasonal Affective Disorder – Bye, Bye, Winter Blues!

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December 4, 2016
Each year when the dark days come I wish I was a bear, so I could hibernate until spring. Living in higher latitudes is harder not only because of the temperatures, scratching the frost off the windshield and the amount of snow you have to shovel… that may be even fun if you don’t start […]

5 Biggest Deathbed Regrets To Avoid – It’s Time To Act!

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Top Deathbed Regrets
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November 29, 2016
We are busy. Every day is exactly the same as the other. We don’t just make a living anymore. We need more and more money to keep up with the Joneses. A bigger home. A better car. Chinese classes for the kid. Success at all costs. Between daily routines such as unsatisfying work, shopping for food, […]

Fear Of Change: Taking A Step Into The Unknown…

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Overcoming Fear Of Change
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November 15, 2016
Feeling stuck in life? Want to change your life for better? Well, why don’t you change it then? Why don’t you take the first step? … Easier said than done. Paradoxically, we want a change, but when the opportunity comes, our fear of change makes us do everything to avoid it. Novelty is tempting, but […]

6 Things That Actually Helped Me Deal With Bereavement

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November 4, 2016
We tend to distract out attention to avoid thinking about our own mortality, until one day we have to face it when one of our loved ones passes away. It’s especially painful with sudden death, but it would be unfair to say that when someone dies after a long illness it gets easier. I don’t […]
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