Movement can help aid us in our journey toward happiness.
There’s a special alchemy in sharing your fears with another
There’s a silver lining around every cloud, a sunshower in every storm. There’s joy in grief, love in loss, strength in struggle.
You take care of mental health, and everything else follows; it’s a building block of a happy person and a harmonious community.
When the darkness is closing in, cling to your free will; the human spirit is power, you are powerful.
Nearly half of all U.S. presidents managed to lead the most powerful nation on Earth while dealing with mental illness.
All you need at first is one thing, that one things you do regardless of how depressed you are. Hold on to that one thing.
Not long ago someone messaged me about their depression, and it got me thinking about the public perception of depression. Mental illness in all its forms is something of a societal embarrassment. It’s something that people look at with discomfort; it’s often considered a weakness. Thankfully, there’s more awareness than ever now, but that doesn’t…
I want to start out by admitting that not all my habits are healthy. They’re not awful, so don’t go thinking that my history of depression (have I mentioned my history of depression yet?—Surprise!) has something to do with bad health, but they’re not as awesome as they could be. I run every day, try…