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It takes love to heal. Love is the ointment that soothes and starts to heal emotional wounds. Love allows forgiveness to enter the heart and soul. Love cracks the darkness of depression, and tears away at despair. Love stands quietly …Read More

There’s a mind-body link between depression and low back pain. It’s well-known that neck pain and back pain are side-effects of stress. But depression also causes muscle issues, especially low back pain. Back pain is linked to depression and anxiety. …Read More

Do you have climate anxiety? You’re not alone. More Americans have climate anxiety than ever before. Severe weather incidents like hurricanes, flooding, fires, and earthquakes are traumatic experiences. After traumatic events, people suffer with PTSD, anxiety, and depression. As the …Read More

The latest research shows that using psychedelics to treat depression and addiction leaves a positive, long-lasting impact on mood and thinking. That’s because psychedelic drugs alter how a person sees and thinks about his/her self. Instead of feeling depressed, a person …Read More

  Grief is supposed to help us get past the death of someone we love. Grief is supposed to move you forward, get you going into the future. But grief can be complicated. It can involve many feelings, thoughts, and …Read More

  We can all use encouragement and positivity. Some days you might feel like the universe is against you. But the universe is actually there to do your bidding. If you need help, say it to the universe. State a …Read More

    Recently I had a medical scare. It got me thinking again about life and death. As a depressed person, I’ve thought of life and death before. Lots. So what made this time different? Well, it’s because my attitude …Read More

  In non-attachment, you are able to let go of your desire for things, people, or ideas. If you are able to stop clinging to things or people, you will ultimately have less stress, anxiety, and fear. That’s because the more …Read More

Substance use disorder can affect anyone. A recent study by American Addiction Centres found that people suffering with mental illness face a higher risk of developing substance use than the rest of the population. The substances looked at were alcohol, marijuana, opioids, …Read More

Self love is difficult to practice. It’s so easy to slip back into self loathing. Especially when life gets difficult. So here’s three quick reminders to keep in your pocket when self-love is about to leave. Be compassionate with yourself. …Read More