Tag: self-help

I’m Depressed And Employed: How I Make It Work.

Since I was 15, I’ve been dealing with depression. I’m not talking about the blues, sadness, or simply the Mondays, but suffocating, full-blown depression—the kind that leaves you empty and hurting all at the same time. Throughout early adulthood, I had to constantly force myself to go to high school, college, and eventually, a full-time […]

A Journey of Self-Discovery.

I spoke to a friend of mine a few nights ago, someone who I had the pleasure of knowing for a limited time but has made a huge impact on me tonight. He reminded me that you can’t compare a dime to a nickel. It put things into perspective for me to be reminded that […]

Motivation in 20 Minutes.

Honestly. I’ve been so into motivational speeches lately and why do I do things the way I do and how can I do it better. If you’re not developing and growing as an individual, you’re dying. I’m always seeking to better my potential and figure out how is it that I can better myself to […]

Stress Analyst

Feeling a tad bit stressed today? Check out this website I came upon today that I thought I would share with everyone. http://www.relaxonline.me.uk/sa1/index.html This interactive page will walk you through the steps of how to calm down and get over the anxious/worried feelings you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed with. Take it as an […]

"Depression is NOT a Mental Illness"

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/jamie-flexman/depression-mental-illness_b_3931629.html This is a post I happened to find awhile ago, but I kept forgetting to share about the misconceptions about depression. Take some time to read the short blog entry and feel free to share! Feel free to let me know your thoughts or share other articles you may have come across, it’s been […]