Every job has its own level of stress attached to it. Even if you truly love your job, or think your job is too easy to be stressful, don't be fooled; there is always a small level of pressure on a subconscious...
In recent years fat oppression, more commonly known as “fat shaming”, has become accepted as the “done thing”. Magazines, TV shows and public figures like Katie Hopkins have made “pointing out a person is fat” acceptable. When clicking on the comment section or...
When anxiety becomes recurrent and overwhelming, it can cripple an individual’s ability to function, and can lead to other symptoms that include dizziness, shortness of breath, and a racing heartbeat. Anxiety is worrying excessively about something fearsome that is not actually there and...
Social anxiety disorder, previously referred to as social phobia, has been redefined in the latest revision of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). Social phobia referred to a fear of performing or public speaking. However, researchers have come to realize that...Read more
It’s 3:00 a.m. and you still cannot sleep. Between tossing and turning you mentally scream, “Just go to sleep!”, but it doesn’t come. You begin to calculate how many hours before you need to get up to go to work. Your to-do list begins...Read more
When we fall in love the last thing on our minds is future pain. The beginning of love is joyand quite thick rose tinted glasses. Everything about our partner is perfect, nothing is annoying, and it is all practically perfect. But everything changes with time, including...Read more
You Can Overcome an Eating Disorder In the UK, eating disorders are more common than most people think. In fact, healthcare professionals assert that approximately 1.4 million men, women, and youth contend with an eating disorder like anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating. That is a...Read more
The hormonal rollercoaster experienced after giving birth can lead to what is commonly referred to as the “Baby Blues”. One minute you’re cooing over your newborn infant, the next instant you’re weeping. This is perfectly normal and can last anywhere from a few days...Read more