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    There are many reasons why talking about depression is good. You can help someone deal with negative thoughts, overcome stigma, manage depression symptoms, and even survive the dark night of the soul. Talking about depression gives voice to …Read More

  Choose love, not hate, when it comes to grief or anger. Grief and anger shift one’s emotions towards revenge and hate. But the strong pull towards those reactions can be fought, and avoided. Love is strong as hate People …Read More

If you and your family are religious, your faith helps keep you all close. Regardless of the God you worship, your faith acts as the cement that seals your family together as one wholesome unit, and ultimately brings you all closer together …Read More

    Depression frees anxiety and fear inside you, so you explode at the slightest emotional pressure. The more depressed I became, the more I started loosing my patience with people and situations. I lost my temper easily. I blew …Read More

An unhealthy emotional attachment differs from love. An emotional attachment is a strong emotional bond to something. That something can be a person, object, or idea. The emotional attachment serves to fill a need in you. That need can range from a …Read More

    Letting go of an unhealthy emotional attachment is not easy. Just think about your life. How many people do you have a relationship with who you either feel used by or use? Toxic people, negative beliefs, unrealistic dreams – all …Read More

Self harm is an attempt to get instant relief from emotional pain without suicidal intentions. Self harm usually starts at age 14 but it can start at a younger age. The most common type of self harm is cutting oneself. …Read More

Alzheimer’s and dementia are not part of normal aging. How can you tell if someone has Alzheimer’s or dementia? What are the early signs of Alzheimer’s, and how is it different from normal aging? My grandmother had Alzheimer’s When my …Read More

Accompanying family to a clinic has many benefits. Having someone familiar and used to your behaviour and moods creates a safe space to release emotions. Usually there’s some amount of anxiety when going to a clinic or hospital. Family can …Read More

  Bell Let’s Talk Day is January 30, 2019 in Canada. Bell Let’s Talk Day started in 2010, back when talking about mental health wasn’t something people did openly. Bell Let’s Talk helped start that national conversation. Stigma started breaking …Read More