20 Cures for a Bad Day

Some days despite all our attempts to be happy and positive, we just have a day that seems to drag us through the mud. It’s just part of life… or for me, dealing with bipolar disorder. Some days it just really wants to test you. Lately I’ve been dealing with another depressive episode that has been one of the worst I’ve had in many years. And after many years of trying to figure out how to cope and manage these episodes, I’ve came up with a few things that I can do that will help put myself into a better mood and have a more positive note in my day.

Removing Negativity From Your Life

Negativity seems to be everywhere these days… especially on social media. And it’s not a new thing. It’s always been there, but it seems to be way more common or louder than it was before. It may be because some people just want to cause drama by dragging people through the mud for no reason at all. We are all imperfect and have handled what life sent us differently, so why spread hate when spending your energy and time doing something positive is so much better.

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What to Do When Anxiety/Depression Makes You Paranoid

Over the many years of dealing with anxiety and depression, I’ve had a far amount of paranoia that’s been driven by these mental disorders. And it took a long time to realize those two concepts were connected. As these aren’t just psychological disorders but biological as well since it effects your brain chemistry. From neurotransmitters for mood and control emotions to misfire, and affect the way you think. And it take make you convinced that everyone is against you or talking behind your back much like paranoia. So what do you do when this happens? How do you handle those situations?

What Does Skateboarding Mean to You?

We often look for freedom in our creative endeavors, on our professional path, with our close ones and significant others. But this fickle, impervious concept comes mostly from within our deepest self, and it can be experienced in the places you least expect it. Some find relief and comfort in returning to their ballet lessons, while others seek refuge in taekwondo or krav maga.

How to Choose the Right Fitness Program for You

When it comes to exercise, only one thing is for sure: we could all use more of it. Obesity is slowly turning into an epidemic that is plaguing people all over the world. A lethal combination of an abundance of mostly processed foods, and our sedentary way of life are wreaking havoc over our health and body.  That’s quite a commitment, especially if you’re stuck doing something you don’t enjoy. So, how exactly do you choose the right program for you? Here are some tips.

The Benefits of a Modern Workout

The aesthetics of our physique aren’t a joke – looking good is a key to self-respect and life satisfaction. There is a reason why fit people look ‘good’ to us and it has a lot to do with the fact that a fit body is usually a healthy one. However, medical advancements have supplied us with rather invasive methods to carve our bodies into whatever we like. Surgical procedures are an expensive and unnatural way to get in ‘shape’ and what’s even more worrying is the fact that people are currently pursuing aesthetic procedures in record numbers – we’re slowly approaching the 14-billion-dollar mark!