Having a Mental Illness Doesn’t Make You Less Than


There are going to be days when your mental illness acts up and you feel like you’re less than nothing. You’re going to feel like absolute shit about yourself and that there’s nothing else that could be done to fix that.

But that’s the trickery of mental illnesses. It makes you believe things that aren’t necessarily true, especially about yourself. The bad days are going to be bad, and the good days are going to be okay, good at best.

You need to push past those thoughts to realizing who you really are and how great of a person you can really be. It’s going to be hard, and there are ways you can combat these thoughts.



How to Take Care of Your Mental Health During the Holiday Season

How do you take care of your mental health during the holiday season? Click here to read all my tips about taking care of your mental health.

Mental health is an important part of being healthy during the holiday season. Not everyone has a stress free holiday, so keeping your mental health in check is incredibly important.

I don’t have the best time during the holiday season, so Christmas is more hectic and stressful for me than others. Taking care of my mental health is the most important thing to me, especially now.

How do you take care of your mental health during the holiday season? I have a few tips below that I use to get me through it all.



How to Take Your Life Out of the Fast Lane

Recently I posted about How Instant Gratification and Constant Media has Affected My Life. It's one of the biggest issues I've had in a while. The constant on-the-go mentality and getting bored from just one thing has made me want to slow my life down, to take myself out of the fast lane, so to speak. I've decided on a set of rules for myself to keep my on track with slowing my life down and making the little things more enjoyable. Here is my list.


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