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Mental Health and COVID Restriction Easing (Guest Post)

This post on mental health effects of COVID reopening comes from Escaping the Cage. Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay  Mental Health and COVID Restriction Easing I’m worried about my mental health as COVID restrictions are eased. I know that for many people COVID has brought many challenges to their mental as well as physical health. For me, however,… Continue reading Mental Health and COVID Restriction Easing (Guest Post)

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Why You Should Keep Going in Eating Disorder Recovery (Guest Post)

In this emerging blogger post, Burnie of Quash Stigma, Not Fat writes about persevering in eating disorder recovery. When the going gets tough in eating disorder recovery, you have to keep going. I’ve found myself doubting the recovery process many times, and when i’m in this place I return to my “why choose recovery” list.… Continue reading Why You Should Keep Going in Eating Disorder Recovery (Guest Post)

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How College Bested Me and My Anxiety (Guest Post)

In this emerging blogger post, Matthew of Matt's Mishaps, writes about his experiences with social anxiety during college. Image by silviarita from Pixabay Prior to attending postsecondary school, I was completely clueless as to what being a college student was, or what going to a university for four years entailed for my future. Living away… Continue reading How College Bested Me and My Anxiety (Guest Post)

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Journaling: Good vs. Evil (Guest Post)

In this emerging blogger post, Valerie Rice of The Tiny Couch writes about the good and the bad of journaling for mental health, and how to find balance. Journaling: Good Vs.Evil We have probably all heard about the therapeutic technique of journaling. Some of us might even keep a journal or diary on our nightstands,… Continue reading Journaling: Good vs. Evil (Guest Post)

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What in the World Is Orthorexia (Guest Post)

In this emerging blogger post, Ang of Lose Weight with Ang writes about orthorexia, a type of eating disorder. The world has a fixation with diet. We love changing the way we eat with the expectation it will make our lives better. When this focus becomes an obsession, it can develop into an eating disorder.… Continue reading What in the World Is Orthorexia (Guest Post)

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Dealing with Depression When Help Isn’t Available (Guest Post)

In this emerging blogger post, La Protagoniste writes about trying to deal with depression when outside help is unavailable. It is really confusing when you have a condition that you do not have a blame for. The thoughts that cross your mind are that you must be the only one going through it. It sometimes… Continue reading Dealing with Depression When Help Isn’t Available (Guest Post)

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Emerging Blogger Series: Kellie

This post is by Kellie of Kellie's Journey. My Journey Hello my name is Kellie and I am 38 years old and have suffered with depression and anxiety for nearly 20 years but only got diagnosed 2 and a half years ago. I have seen counsellors and have tried meditation, mindfulness, yoga, journals, and anything… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Kellie

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Wounded Healer Interview: Marja Bergen

The wounded healer interview series features people who've dealt with significant mental health challenges, and who also work in a helping role to support the mental health of others. This interview is with Marja Bergen. Image © Marja Bergen 1) Tell us a bit about you and the mental health challenges you’ve faced. I’m 74… Continue reading Wounded Healer Interview: Marja Bergen

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Emerging Blogger Series: Sara (Wishing Tree)

This post is by Sara of Wishing Tree. Purpose Writing helps me access that which I cannot speak. I write in order to release – to free myself of all that entraps me – to give a voice to all of the parts inside of me that cannot make a sound. Writing teaches me to… Continue reading Emerging Blogger Series: Sara (Wishing Tree)

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Wounded Healer Interview: Meagon Nolasco

The wounded healer interview series features people who've dealt with significant mental health challenges, and who also work in a helping role to support the mental health of others. This interview is with Meagon Nolasco of Prose For The Masses. 1) Tell us a bit about you, the helping field you’re in, and the mental… Continue reading Wounded Healer Interview: Meagon Nolasco