Loneliness can feel uncomfortable, but it doesn’t have to.
Wanting people to recognize your worth is extremely common.
Expressing your feelings can be challenging—do it anyway.
I didn’t drink, smoke or do drugs because I didn’t need those to have a good time—and still don’t.
Boring relationships either end or transform into healthy dynamics. The key is remembering what you love about the other person rather than what annoys you about them.
Abusive relationships may seem hopeless but there is hope for survivors. There are people out there who help survivors toward a better life.
It is a consistent low-grade level of depression, low mood, and feelings of sadness.
Anger is a normal emotion that we all deal with in varying degrees.
Wounds from verbal abuse are deep emotional ones and invisible.
Giving light to the source of depression through therapy, lifestyle changes, and support systems makes finding relief easier.
This type of therapy is becoming increasingly popular for busy professionals, those with anxiety disorders, and college students.
Receiving love and support from someone you care about is a beautiful reminder.
Recognizing that PTSD affects many people can lead to its de-stigmatization.
If a friend does not match my efforts, I feel resentful and sad.
We accept what is happening at this moment as the truth.
Depression is something I have to deal with periodically.