The problem with living a nomadic (or semi-nomadic) life is of course, money. The root of all evil. I’ve long believed that the trick to happiness is to alleviate the need for this dirty entity. I don’t think I can think of a single problem that doesn’t have its origin in money, in some small way or other.
Probably THE most asked question of my life. Five years ago I was incapable of even looking after myself much less 3 whole other entities. Not only am I a mom suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder, but also clinical depression, generalised anxiety and panic disorder with suicidal ideations. Well that was a mouthful and just thinking about it seems impossible.
Art therapy was established in 1942 by Adrian Hill, who found painting and drawing soothing while healing from tuberculosis (Team, 2016). Since then, art therapy has grown as a profession and has been utilized in the treatment of anxiety, depression, PTSD, cancer, eating disorders, and numerous other conditions. Art therapy is no longer limited to only painting or drawing as various other forms of visual art are utilized in this form of therapy – such as sculpting or collage making. The beauty about art therapy is that it allows individuals to express themselves in a non-verbal format, and the process of creating art has a soothing effect.
aNG-ˈzīə-dē that’s how you pronounce the word Anxiety. Anxiety is having the feeling as though you are worried or have the sense of nervousness over something that was an important event or sometimes out of nowhere because of overthinking. Some people believe that anxiety is non-existent, it isn’t real and that people who suffer from it are just having a phase of being scared of something that is consider little in their eyes but big and serious to those that have it. Sometimes people don’t have a clear understanding or don’t care to know that this condition is a real important thing just like other conditions such as having ptsd.