Do Nothing by Celeste Headlee – A Review

Do Nothing: How to Break Away from Overworking, Overdoing, and Underliving by Celeste Headlee Nonfiction | Self-Help | Psychology Published by Harmony Released March 10th, 2020 Goodreads | Amazon Rating: If there’s one book that I’ve read this year that I would encourage everyone to read, it would be Celeste Headlee’s Do Nothing: How to Break Away from Overworking, […]

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Emotional Detox for Anxiety by Sherianna Boyle – A Review

Emotional Detox for Anxiety: 7 Steps to Release Anxiety and Energize Joy by Sherianna Boyle Nonfiction | Mental Health | Self-Help Published by Adams Media Expected Publication: December 24th, 2019 Goodreads | Amazon Rating: Note: I received a free ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This in no way […]

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An Example of What Bipolar Disorder is Like

At least as far back as high school, I’ve dealt with severe depression, anxiety, and mood changes, but it wasn’t until this past year that I was finally diagnosed with bipolar disorder. The diagnosis didn’t lead to a cure for the disorder since there isn’t one, but it’s allowed me to notice the symptoms and […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Seasonal Affective Disorder

Now that it’s officially autumn, it’s getting close to the time of year when many people, approximately 10 million of them, are going to start feeling more depressed. Seasonal affective disorder, commonly known as SAD, is a form of depression that affects people based on seasons. The majority of people with SAD become depressed in […]

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The Transformation by James Gordon, MD – A Review

The Transformation: Discovering Wholeness and Healing After Trauma by James Gordon, MD Mental Health | Psychology | Nonfiction Published by HarperOne Release Date: September 10, 2019 Goodreads | Amazon Rating: Note: I received a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. This in no way affects my opinions. I’ve frequently written about […]

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My Bipolar Type II Diagnosis

At the beginning of last year, I started a new full-time job, one that had great health benefits. Previous to this, I had worked jobs that either didn’t offer health care or didn’t offer good healthcare. I’d gone most of my twenties without having insurance, which meant I had zero access to mental health care. Once I […]

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