I've done it. I've run every day for a week now. It sucked. And it's been the best week of 2018. That's because pushing myself to run- one of the things I've flat out refused and avoided doing for seven years now has taught me a lot of things about myself, my limits and challenging … Continue reading A Note To Self About Running
This video from Dr. Rhonda Patrick underlies the inflammatory mechanisms of depression. It's hella interesting and quite informative. You can find out more about her here. (Cuz living healthier is always best!)
A great episode from SciShow Psych detailing how exercise can elevate mood and calm anxiety!
In therapy circles, there is a mode called Dialectical Behavioral Therapy . As a type of behavior therapy, it aims to give the person seeking therapy skills to navigate through everyday life and relationships by modifying their behavior. DBT is often called in for those who suffer from intense, negative emotions and react quite badly … Continue reading The Importance and Effects of Opposite Action
For those who feel like they suck at meditating or if you feel stressed during or after!
I just read this great post from Yes and Yes on self sabotage under the guise of "self care". Y'all should take a look!
All fun things, I'm sure. Last week I put forward the leading ideas behind how our minds influence our disorders - essentially how we may self-perpetuate our anxiety and depression. Let's do something about that, yes? One of the leading resolutions is psychotherapy. (highly recommended link) CrashCourse has a great video on the different schools … Continue reading Behavioral and Psychological Therapies and Self Care