"You don't have to say yes to every argument you're invited to."
This Teacher Came Up With A Really Innovative Way To Find Out How Her Students Are Feeling And Other Teachers Are Inspired
"Many of us struggle to find the words to ask for help. I thought this poster could make it a bit easier for my students to reach out."
"Anxiety is like that moment that your chair almost tips over, but it never stops."
Instead of throwing something at the wall, read this post instead.
Which have you tried?
"You won't ever change other people — only how you deal with them."
Think before you speak. Simple as that.
"Bold of me to constantly use the phrase 'No worries!' when I am, in fact, constantly full of many worries."
"Lying in my hammock is so relaxing and allows me to detox my mind and just let all my thoughts happen and pass."
"Love is a lot of things...but at the end of the day, it is a choice."
You may know that sleeping too much or too little, lack of interest in social gatherings, persistent sadness, and negative thoughts are signs of a depressive disorder. But there are other, subtler signs that something’s up.
For when you know you're way too angry, but can't seem to turn it off.
Rumination — aka thinking about something in endless circles — is exhausting *and* makes you more susceptible to depression and anxiety.
We don’t live in Hallmark movies; we live in the real world, where shitty families, breakups, divorces, miscarriages, death, unemployment, depression, anxiety, addiction, violence, and good ol'-fashioned bad times exist — yes, even at Christmas.
We Asked NBA All Star Kevin Love About Self-Care, And Here Are The 8 Things He Wants You To Know About Being Your Best Self
The pro basketball player and mental health advocate chatted with us about fighting stigma, seeking out creative outlets, and using his go-to meditation app.
The saying, "Men have two emotions: Fine or mad," is a common misconception.
Even though it’s common and highly treatable, the vast majority of anxiety sufferers go without treatment — often times because they don’t even know something’s wrong.
Because we can all use a little more positivity on our feeds. 💖
Our best expert-backed advice, resources, and stories from everyday people who have been there — to make your life easier, to give you the tools you need to cope, and to help you feel a little less alone.
The act of allowing yourself a space to focus on you and only you is one of the most compassionate things you can do for yourself. Here’s everything you need to know — from how to start therapy to how to get the most out of it.