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How To Recover From Emotional Trauma of Domestic Abuse

How To Recover From Emotional Trauma of Domestic Abuse

People wondering how to recover from emotional trauma really want to know how long recovery will take. Unfortunately, there is no solid time frame for recovering from emotional trauma. But, if we can slow down a minute and understand how to recover from emotional trauma, then the how long will it take part will handle itself. 

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Combat Negative Self-Talk with the Three Cs

Combat Negative Self-Talk with the Three Cs

Negative self-talk can hinder us from happiness. Fortunately there are several tools you can use to combat negative self-talk. The video below teaches a tool called “Catch it. Check it. Change it.” It will help you end negative self-talk.

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A Starvation Diet's Toxic Thoughts

A Starvation Diet's Toxic Thoughts

Someone might wonder what kind of toxic thoughts a person must be thinking in order to go on a starvation diet. The short answer is: a lot of them. The long answer is that everyone will experience their toxic thoughts that cause a starvation diet differently, but there are some common threads that run through them.

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What to Tell a Date About Your Mental Illness

What to Tell a Date About Your Mental Illness

If you’ve been dating for a while, you might think it’s time to tell your date about your mental illness. Figuring out what to tell a date about your mental illness might seem like a daunting task. You might believe that telling a date about your mental illness will alienate him or her. However, you can think about what to say before you have the conversation, and that will make things go more smoothly.

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Calming Anxiety: an Alternative to Meditation

Calming Anxiety: an Alternative to Meditation

Calming anxiety can seem impossible, and while mediation for anxiety can be effective, sometimes an alternative to meditation is necessary. After all, when our anxious brains race with worries and fears and what-ifs, it can be incredibly difficult to sit still with our eyes closed and clear the mind. Yet our brains need a break. We need a break. It is exhausting and even painful to sustain anxious, racing thoughts. We can give our brains this break even when we can’t meditate. There is an alternative to meditation that works wonders in calming anxiety. 

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Dealing With Self-Harm While Being Queer

Dealing With Self-Harm While Being Queer

Dealing with self-harm while being queer can be challenging. For many people with depression and anxiety, the only way out of the pain is through self-harm. This is especially true for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ). The connection between people who identify as LGBTQ and who self harm is alarming, but not surprising. When we are surrounded by a society that is not LGBTQ-friendly, it is easy to see why so many queer people choose to escape the emotional torment through self-harm. Here are some tips on dealing with self-harm when you’re queer.

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Accepting Responsibility for Your Self-Esteem

Accepting Responsibility for Your Self-Esteem

Accepting responsibility for your self-esteem is crucial for overcoming low self-esteem. That means taking ownership and being accountable for your own life. If you don’t take responsibility, you’re disempowering yourself. You may be self-sabotaging your self-esteem by your words, thoughts and actions that effectively shift the responsibility elsewhere. You may not even realise it. However, you have the power to change that. Accepting responsibility for your self-esteem is the key to moving forwards with your life.

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Create Blissful Living in Your Kitchen in 5 Easy Steps

Create Blissful Living in Your Kitchen in 5 Easy Steps

Creating bliss in your kitchen is simple with these five easy steps. Before I discovered blissful living in my life, I would sometimes find myself standing in the middle of my kitchen overwhelmed by it’s disorganization. The cupboards were filled with outdated food packages, drawers were piled high with random items, and cabinets that were too high to reach were filled with dishes from years gone by. But with these 5 steps, I created bliss in the kitchen.

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Medical Marijuana Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Medical Marijuana Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Should medical marijuana be legal for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? I recently got a petition from a veteran with PTSD. After developing the disorder as a result of military service, he was prescribed several psychiatric medications. None of the “dozens” worked, and he eventually attempted to overdose. Desperate, he turned to medical marijuana–and found it helped. Is it time to allow medical marijuana as a treatment for PTSD?

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Alcohol-Related or Drug-Related Dreams in Addiction Recovery

Alcohol-Related or Drug-Related Dreams in Addiction Recovery

Alcohols or drug-related dreams can be disturbing for those in addiction recovery, but what do these dreams actually mean? If you use drugs or alcohol in dreams, what does that mean for your addiction recovery?

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