13 Common Cognitive Distortions - Live Well with Sharon Martin
What are cognitive distortions? Cognitive distortions are also known as thinking errors, thinking distortions, irrational thoughts, distorted thoughts, and negative automatic thoughts. Cognitive distortions are ways that you twist up your thinking to see yourself, your situation, and other people in a negative light. They’re basically your mind playing tricks on you; convincing you […]
This Graphic Can Help You Identify What Triggers You in Relationships
Artist and mental health advocate Dominee Wyrick created a graphic to help you identify your emotional triggers in relationships.
A Therapist's Guide to Stop Overthinking - Live Well with Sharon Martin
Anxiety, worry, and overthinking can be incapacitating. Learn to stop overthinking, manage anxiety, and lessen worry with these therapist-approved tips.
The 3 Minds: Emotional, Rational, and Wise | Hello Peaceful Mind
Learn about the 3 Minds (Emotional, Rational, and Wise), and how to develop a wise and compassionate approach to self-talk.
The Vicious Cycle of Perfectionism and Depression - creatingmaryshome.com
My article Depression and Your Messy House is the most read article on this blog in the past year. If you’ve ever found yourself caught in the vicious cycle of perfectionism and depression, you are not alone.
Pin on Coping Strategies // Dealing with Emotions
Nov 21, 2019 - Living with anxiety can be lonely, exhausting and even scary sometimes. But just know that you’re not alone. Below I have created some quotes, in the hope that your anxiety struggles calm down. Enjoy 🙂 1. You must learn to let go. Release the stress. You were never in control anyway. 2. Our anxiety does […]
How to Be Happy BEFORE Losing Weight | Green Mountain
It's not uncommon for women to delay doing things that would make us happy, until we've lost weight. Here's the reasons why you shouldn't.
How To Not Let The Daily Grind Grind You Down - Society19
Daily grind getting you down? If so, try to incorporate a few of these changes into your daily routine and live the results!
Thoughts Are Not Facts - Mindful
Next time your mind jumps to a conclusion that sends in you in a spiral toward depression or anxiety try this helpful practice from Elisha Goldstein.
Things I Can (and Can't) Control Poster! Teachers, Parents, Great for Starting Convos with Kids!
Why Teach About Choices Each Person Has Control Over?Recognizing what is in our control helps young (and older!) people cultivate a strong internal locus of control and sense of self-efficacy, which are important building blocks for self-esteem, compassion towards self and others, having a growth mi...
CBD For PTSD
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a serious illness that develops after some people experience a traumatic event. Everyone’s brain is different, so not everyone will get PTSD from experiencing trauma. While antidepressants are commonly prescribed to people who have this disorder, CBD oil may be a valid new treat
Types of Self-Care You Need to Know - Blessing Manifesting
There are 6 main types of self-care. If you're not sure what self-care is, let me tell you about the different types of self-care and how they can help.
Media Tweets by Amber Rae (@heyamberrae)
The latest media Tweets from Amber Rae (@heyamberrae). Author, artist & speaker. My book CHOOSE WONDER OVER WORRY is out NOW: https://choosewonder.com | Shop The Wonder Journal & Feelings Collection 👇🏼. Brooklyn + the world
A More Fluid Look at Life and Going Beyond Maslow’s Hierarchy
I tend to be the kind of person who seeks to understand why things work, particularly when I am interacting with a subject or discipline in a creative capacity. An example of this is seen in my User Experience Design work. I know the programming languages beneath modern front-end interfaces and thus am able to…