For the past few decades we have become increasingly connected thanks to technology. Now, thanks to the global pandemic that began in 2020, we are closer than ever before.
Just like we can hold onto physical items that clutter our life, so can we hold onto relationship clutter.
Life is not “neat and clean”. Life is messy. Along with mess is clutter. Our physical environment can affect our emotional state, and this is different for each person. One important question to consider is how does clutter affect you?
Taking time for yourself may seem like a luxury, but self-care is an important aspect of good mental health.
Good mental health is essential to overall health and well-being. It is important to know that mental health conditions are common and treatable.
“We are powerful because we have survived, and that it what it is all about- survival and growth.” –Audre Lorde.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly 1 in 5 adults live with mental-illness. While the rates for mental health are similar for all adults, there are unique differences that impact women-patients across all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and eating disorders.
Self-injury includes deliberate acts of harm on one’s body that are typically done in an attempt to help relieve intentse emotional pain that has become overwhelming.
Zero Discrimination Day is celebrated around the world on March 1st to promote equality and help end discrimination.
If you are struggling with getting a good night’s sleep, consider the benefits of meditation. Meditation that focuses on sleep helps one be present in the moment