If you are depressed, anxious or both you need to understand how the illness will feed and fuel itself; this is referred to as the vicious cycle. Using Cognitive Behavioural exercises to break the cycle is a challenge, but one you can
Hit the nail on the head. Being a university student this is very important to me.
The Power of Compassion and Reason. Sit back. Think about how you are feeling. Ask yourself why. Ask yourself if something triggered this emotion. Reflect on the facts. Reflect on the feelings. Question how you can manage your emotions healthily. Extract
Anxiety is like sitting on a rocking chair. Moving back and fourth thinking ‘what if? What if?’ But you remain in the same place.
In this post I will be discussing an important process of recovery, self-love. Self-love is something that is invisible when suffering mental illness. With self-love comes belief, respect, worth and everything you can feel for someone else but you find