Proactive Neuroplasticity and Positive Behavioral Change (Guest Post)

Robert F. Mullen Neuroplasticity is evidence of our brain's constant adaptation to learning. Scientists refer to the process as structural remodeling of the brain. It's what makes learning and registering new experiences possible. All information notifies our neural network to realign, generating a correlated change in behavior and perspective.  What is significant is our ability [...]

Stop Using Mental Health As An Excuse

A Little History Behind People Using Mental Health Problems As An Excuse So, a while back I wrote a post called Stop Using Mental Illness As An Excuse To Be Lazy and it addressed the issue of people faking mental health problems to get out of doing things or faking it in order to get [...]

How To Keep A Positive Mindset

This is a collaboration post between Onome and I. I did a post for her blog a while back and she kindly wrote this amazing post for mine. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did and don't forget to go over and check out her amazing blog in which she writes [...]

Six Word Story #61

Slowly but surely it gets better. Since it's Mental Health Awareness Month I decided to include a six word story that is related to mental health. When we are experiencing anxiety, depression or any other form of mental health problems it may seem like the end of the world. However, over time it is possible [...]

Don’t Tell People With Mental Health Problems This

Mental Health Awareness Month As you guys know May is Mental Health Awareness Month and therefore I decided to write posts about mental health this whole week. Today I decided to post about "Things You Need To Stop Telling People With Mental Health Problems" because a lot of people may not know how to talk [...]

Ways To Remain Positive During Hard Times

Mental Health Awareness Month Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would do a post about "Ways To Remain Positive During Difficult Times" as I know for a lot of people the last few weeks/months have been very difficult and it may be difficult to remain positive when so much negativity is [...]

5 Lessons My Anxiety Has Taught Me

Mental Health Awareness Month Anxiety is something that has effected me for a long time now and since it's Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would share 5 lessons my anxiety has taught me because through this journey I was able to learn some valuable lessons. Although anxiety can be something that effects you [...]

5 Ways To Reduce Anxiety Long Term

Mental Health Awareness Month Anxiety is something that has effected me for a long time now and since it's Mental Health Awareness Month I thought I would share 5 ways to reduce anxiety long term that have really helped me. Although anxiety can be something that effects you your entire life it doesn't have to [...]

Caring For The Mental Health Of The Nurses

I wrote a guest post for Law Matheson's blog about nurses and mental health that you can check out by clicking the link below. I want to thank Law for letting me post on his blog and I hope you guys go over and check out the rest of his posts too- they are really [...]