If you had seen my old apartment you would probably have assumed I was a hoarder. You probably would have been right. I didn’t realize how much stress and anxiety all that stuff was causing. Once I started to declutter it was like the whole world opened up.
*Thank you Netgally and the author for the free review copy of Anxiety relief for teens. All thoughts and opinions are completely own*
Hello! Be prepared to be shocked and horrified a book unhaul is upon us. Mental illness for me personally seems to be touch and go. Example: I had 900+ books. Everytime something “negative” would happen I would automatically by books to make myself feel better. Now I’m on the opposite end where seeing a full bookshelf gives me anxiety.
With all that’s going on right now a lot of people are forced to work from home. How do you keep motivated when it feels like you’ve lost all your control?
Where’s Taylor Swift when you need her? Yes, I’m referring to her song “you need to calm down”. It’s no secret that right now is a extremely difficult, stressful and anxious time for everyone. Everywhere you look you’re getting mixed messages.
Being honest it’s a very scary and stressful time for a lot of people. Especially those having to be in self quarantine. It can become very difficult to find the positives when you are lonely.
What do you say to someone who suffers from depression? How do you know what is appropriate to say and what isn’t? Don’t worry, I am here to help you!
Have you ever stopped to think about the benefits of laughing? Weird question I know. I know we all have our moments that make you scratch your head and wonder if we just have a tumblweed floating around up there.
What do you do on a bad mental health day? Those days when even just getting out of bed feels like the world’s biggest task.
Have you heard of grounding before? You probably have, but do you actually know what it is and how to use it?.