The impact of our diet on our overall happiness is a fact we take for granted. Yet changing our diet to improve our mental health is an often overlooked stage of self care and treatment. Your diet isn’t something can just be ‘fixed’, it’s part of your overall ongoing treatment plan, and should be treated as such.
Poverty often defines an individual’s life, controlling their access to shelter, food and water. While more basic needs are the first we think of – the ability to obtain shampoo, sanitary towels and toothpaste can be what make life worth living.
The process of choosing to take part in treatment and recovery is far from easy. You are battling against not only your own mind, but also society’s minimisation of your condition that continually makes you believe therapy and/or medication would be an overreaction. Confronting my mind is one of the hardest things I’ve ever done, but its makes it easier to live with myself.
Fundamentally, panda diplomacy is a form of soft power, one that captures the public eye due to its adorable furry features.
The commercialization of feminism has swept across clothing, lifestyle and makeup brands alike. More and more, contemporary feminism is being
The use of online assessments to self diagnose mental illness is damaging the conversation surrounding mental health. While there can be barriers in the way of achieving a full profession diagnosis, seeking professional help is a necessary element of self care.
Prostitution is the world’s oldest trade. Throughout history, the sale of sex has been a necessity for some and a