Seven Tips To Optimize Your Sleep Health

Seven Tips To Optimize Your Sleep Health

Introduction Good sleep is important in pretty much every area of our daily life and functioning. Unfortunately, not everybody sleeps well. In fact, up to a third of the population experiences at least one symptom of insomnia: difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or waking up too early (Ohayon, 2002). Therefore, it is helpful to have some information on [...]

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 [...]

Self Diagnosing Mental Illnesses

Self Diagnosing Mental Illnesses

As you can tell by the lack of original posts on lifesfinewhine recently I have been spending much more time on social media than I should. Actually, I started virtually watching a Thai drama with a friend but that's neither here nor there. Back to social media. Since I suffer from anxiety and depression, I [...]

My Bipolar Perspectives of a Unipolar World by Stuart Sanderson.

Since today is Thursday I thought I would share this post by a fellow blogger who share post on mental health along with other things. If you enjoyed this post don’t forget to like, follow, share and comment! Enjoyed this post? Then follow me on social media: Twitter Instagram Pinterest LinkedIn HubPages Email me on(guest posts welcome!): insomniacwithanaccent@gmail.com

Dysfunction is Evidence of Our Humanness (Guest Post)

Dysfunction is Evidence of Our Humanness (Guest Post)

By Dr. Robert F. Mullen  There is a joke that circulates among mental health professionals. Why do only 26% of people have a diagnosable mental disorder? Because the other 74% haven’t been diagnosed yet. We are all psychologically dysfunctional in some way. “Mental illnesses are so common that almost everyone will develop at least one diagnosable [...]

Awesome Blogger Award #5

Thank you! I want to thank Manaswi Tanwar for nominating me for this award. She has an amazing blog with posts about a little bit of everything so no matter what you're looking for you'll probably find it there. Feel free to go over and check out her blog by clicking here.  Rules: Thank the [...]

What They Don’t Tell You About Anxiety And Depression

By Rachel Feeling anxious, depressed, lost, stuck, empty (often inexplicably) are very common experiences. We often mask over them, and don't realise that the people around us are feeling them too. When healed & whole, we naturally feel confident and purposeful. We know what we want to create in our lives, and easily give our [...]

DEAR ME: An Open Letter To My 15 Year Old Self

Wow. So you’re finally 18. Legally adult huh? Struggling with mental issues and self disgust and suicidal thoughts and what not, you made it to 18. I know you used to think you won’t ever make it till even 18, but here you are, a published author and happy as can be. You owe it [...]