The Psychology of Mood Disorders A (Very) Brief Overview

While depression and anxiety aren't "all in your head", a fair bit does take place... In your head. Your mind, let's say. As such, since the field's infancy, psychologists have been excavating the depths of the human mind for water holding theories on the how and why of mood disorders. Some have been quite successful,... Continue Reading →

Hormones

And we're back! For anyone following, you'll have noticed quite a large gap between posts. I apologize. This post wound up being so frustrating for me to research, consolidate, and write, I decided to take a step back. More like a jog back. But! Refreshed and ready to go again, I'm here to finish what... Continue Reading →

Stoic Week is Coming.

Stoic week starts October 1st and to celebrate, Modern Stoicism is hosting a week of stoic learning completely free of charge and open to everyone!You can enroll here.Stoicism is my favorite school of Philosophy to help combat the basic stress of life, and also the negative thought patterns that come with depression and anxiety.For a... Continue Reading →

Weekend Article Roundup II

Saturday is back and so is the Article Roundup! (Anybody have a more fun and witty name?) There are quite a few this time around. Apparently, I have this problem of stashing articles on my "read later" list by just opening them in the browser on my phone and then... Ignoring them for months. So... Continue Reading →

How to Argue With Yourself

Welcome back to Philosophy week! As I said before, here we'll be learning new ideas and thought patterns to help with the pervasive negative thoughts in our minds. But before we dive into esoteric and mundane thought, there's an important tool you need to incorporate into your life: Logic. Logic is understood as the system... Continue Reading →

A Note To Self About Running

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 →

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