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  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 […]

Life is busy and messy. When you’re severely depressed, life is bleak and there’s no grateful reflection. But you need to remember the good things in your life. Today I’m taking time for grateful reflection. Here are a few things […]

  What is stress? Stress is your body’s response to an action that you want to get away from. That action can be caused by someone or something. For example, a bully or abusive person causes you stress. Your physical […]

Self improvement is tough to do when you’re depressed. It’s also one of those things that stresses people out even if they aren’t depressed. Because self improvement is the acknowledgment that some part of you needs improving upon. That’s a […]

Does depression affect psychic ability? The short answer is yes. When you’re depressed, you’re looking at the world though dark glasses. Depression takes you into the dark night of the soul, wherein you question your psychic abilities, become frightened by […]

    Essential Oils In Smudge Sprays If you look on the internet for smudge sprays, you’ll find as many different recipes for smudge sprays as there are essential oils! That’s because modern sage smudge sprays have at least two […]

  Sage Smudge Spray Recipe Smudging heals and cleanses your spiritual body and space. But what to do you when you want to smudge but are allergic to smoke, or you want to smudge your work space to get rid […]

Be A Depression Stigma Fighter ( #StigmaFighter  #NotAlone) We’ve all know that breaking depression stigma is important. We know stigma is used to keep certain parts of society under control, or annexed from the rest of the population. But why is […]

The most important relationship you’ll ever have is the one you have with yourself. If you have a relentlessly inner critic who finds fault, shame, and stigma, you need to learn to silence or let go of the critic. It’s […]

  Now that Christmas and New Year’s is over, many suicide survivors are breathing a sigh of relief. That’s because holidays are a time when the loss of a loved one to suicide is painfully put in your face. Everyone […]