mental health

Mental health and psychology are essential in life extension and leading a healthy and happy life.

  • Anastasia Jones
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Inner Child (Inner Person)

    Inner Child (Inner Person)

    “The inner child is a metaphoric expression commonly used in the psychotherapist community. We were all children once, and we still have a childlike ego dwelling within us—the inner child is the unconscious part of ourselves.” —Diamond, Stephen A. PhD
  • The Art Of Wellness
    Published a day ago
    3 Reasons To Start Journaling Today

    3 Reasons To Start Journaling Today

    “It’s not always that we need to do more but rather that we need to focus on less.”
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published a day ago
    The Psychological Pandemonium From The  Covid-19 Pandemic

    The Psychological Pandemonium From The Covid-19 Pandemic

    I’ve kept large bottles of hand sanitizer in my bathroom and small containers in my vehicle or purse for years. I’ve been using the disenfectant wipes In the front of grocery stores for as long as they have been offered. I routinely wipe down car seats and spray inside my vehicles with disenfectant and always have a bottle of alcohol, witch hazel, and peroxide on hand without much thought, until now. Because of the mass hysteria and hoarding mentality associated with the coronavirus, life is more difficult than it needs to be. I did not panic and hoard toilet paper but I did purchase a few extra roles. I was in a store today, where a large number of shoppers showed up all at once and devoured the toilet paper. Some were talking loudly, others were on their phones alerting friends and relatives of the store’s location and announcing that toilet paper was being sold.
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 4 days ago
    Seven Ways To Stay Positive During Lockdown

    Seven Ways To Stay Positive During Lockdown

    In these very weird times, we need to stay optimistic.
  • Eva Šmite
    Published 4 days ago
    Staying sane during the global turbulence.

    Staying sane during the global turbulence.

    I was planning to write this article for some time now, since anxiety is a worldwide problem that affects a lot of people. My initial idea was to just share some tools aka coping mechanisms, that helped me in the past. This was my plan until recently, and while I will still execute it , in the light of recent events I feel it’s my duty to add something equally important.
  • Delaina
    Published 5 days ago
    Self Perception Theory

    Self Perception Theory

    What is self perception theory?
  • Sara Joan
    Published 10 days ago
    (Realistic) Self-Care for Mental Health Workers

    (Realistic) Self-Care for Mental Health Workers

    **Many of these tips are probably applicable to lots of other fields. However, I only have experience with mental health jobs, so that's why my focus is there. We all need to take care of ourselves!**
  • Marlene Affeld
    Published 12 days ago
    How To Slow Down And Quiet The Mind
  • Michala White
    Published 12 days ago
    The Power in Reframing Your Ruminating Thoughts

    The Power in Reframing Your Ruminating Thoughts

    It is almost impossible to ignore negative aspects while being a member of today’s society. Negative topics are broadcasted in the news, share through feeds online, and multiply in people’s heads. It is hard to withdrawal from indulging in all of this, even if one were to isolate themselves from negativity on the outside. They can still ruminate inside your body and mind.
  • Brandi Brown
    Published 12 days ago
    Avoiding Teen Brain Drain During Quarantine

    Avoiding Teen Brain Drain During Quarantine

    Losing academic skills during the weeks or months that school may be closed because of coronavirus quarantine is a serious concern, especially for teens who have complex coursework to complete. While carrying on with school lessons may not be feasible, there are ways to keep your teens from brain drain - and limit their video game time - during the coronavirus quarantine.
  • Ashley Nestler, MSW
    Published 12 days ago
    5 Ways to Protect Your Mental Health During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    5 Ways to Protect Your Mental Health During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    I know that you are probably being bogged down with articles about the Coronavirus pandemic in one way or another, but I wanted to reach out and provide you with some of my personal help if you are struggling with mental illness during this time.
  • Virag Dombay
    Published 13 days ago
    How to Stay Sane During the Corona Virus Pandemic

    How to Stay Sane During the Corona Virus Pandemic

    We all know what Coronavirus is and what it’s capable of. It’s all affected us in some way, shape or form. Maybe you’re like me and work in the Queensland arts sector and have had your upcoming productions and the classes you teach cancelled because of new government legislation. Maybe, like me, you’re worried about how you’re going to be able to pay rent in a fortnight. Maybe even the next month. Or maybe, like me, you’re just plain scared about the people closest to your heart, especially your grandparents, catching it. Maybe you’re worried about catching it yourself. Maybe you just want it to hurry up and leave. Maybe you’re angry, hurt, frustrated or anxious. You’re allowed to feel all of these things and more. If you weren’t feeling anything, then that might be a bit worrisome.