An exploration of the need for "alone time" or "quiet time" as part of living a balanced life as a Highly Sensitive Person, or HSP.
Mental illness has become common in the United States. As many as one out of every five Americans live with mental illness. Vitamin deficiencies are often an overlooked contributing factor impacting an individual’s overall mental and physical well-being.
Feeling Lost & Wondering How to Find Yourself Again? Finding yourself can take a little effort but using these simple ideas you can find your real self and start enjoying life again...
Some people erroneously equate having a healthy self-esteem with selfishness. Self-esteem is essential to who we are whereas selfishness prevents us from having regard for others. Read more to find out the differences between these two concepts.
When you're a Highly Sensitive Person (or HSP), you tend to experience very strong and deep feelings. Managing those feelings constructively is an important part of a healthy life for HSPs.
Those inner, unconscious eyes of authorities may manifest themselves at times when we are experiencing our nakedness---as if exposed with everything that we keep private and secret.
What to do when people make inappropriate comments on mental illness.
Good therapists can be expensive and hard to find, particularly for EMDR therapy. However, there are various self-help techniques that you can use independently to reduce the symptoms of PTSD/trauma.
Suicide seems to be on the rise. There are so many factors in our lives today that drive people to the brink or to the ledge. How can we reach people before it is too late? Learn more about the warning signs and the things we can do to help understand this growing problem.
I have a strange aversion to the color green. I always knew I didn’t like it much; noticed I’d rather not wear anything green; didn’t decorate the house with it; but just wasn’t aware why.