Category Archives: mental health

Is Your Teen Depressed?: Warning signs of Depression and How You Can Help.

Is Your Teen Depressed?: Warning Signs of Depression and How You Can Help. Being a parent is difficult and knowing all the answers is even harder. When we are very young we look to our parents to help us with … Continue reading

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3 Benefits of Cycling: Brain, Mind, Well-being

What is your choice of physical activity? Did you know that as we get older we lose a lot more than our teeth? We lose our ability remember, to think, and to respond to environmental stimuli. Physical activity may be the key to prevent some of this. Read how. Continue reading

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Help Save A Life: Stop Ignoring The Subject of Mental Health

Mental Health is a growing problem. We cannot keep ignoring it. Talking about it opens the doors for those who ar suffering to speak out. Please help spread awareness Continue reading

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YOU Are The Most Important Person in the World.

How do you rank in your list of “The most important people in your life?” Why should you be number one? Continue reading

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3 Types of Abuse and How to Escape It: Words do Count.

Words do Count. Physical abuse is not the only type of abuse. Men and women can become victims of domestic violence and abuse. Learn the types and how to escape it. Lets break the cycle Continue reading

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Games People Play: The Marriage Blame Game

In a relationship we have to take accountability for our own mistakes. What happens when the games people play turn into a loss of our own stability. Find out how you can learn to recognize these tactics in your own lives Continue reading

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The Things We Don’t See: Suicide Awareness- By Wrae Sanders

Hello all! I have added a “category” tag titled “Once Upon A Mind” to my blog. I find it very important to  learn from others and to share in each other’s experiences relating to mental health topics. This week I … Continue reading

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Are You SAD This Season?: What is Seasonal Affective Disorder

Are you SAD this season?: What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Fall is my favorite season hands down. I love the foliage: the holidays that approach, the food, the pumpkin patches, even the smell of the air. Here in California our … Continue reading

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Is it Time to Reboot Your Mind?

Is it time to Reboot Your Mind? Life sometimes becomes so chaotic that we cannot breath. We maybe can physically function, but our mind is cluttered. Today I really wanted to write; it is one of my biggest passions, but … Continue reading

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Emotional dependency: The Clingy Partner- Is it normal? 

Emotional dependency: The Clingy Partner- Is it normal? Picture from: lovethispic.com Hello all, We have all known someone who is maybe way too “needy,” or “clingy,” in relationships, or heck, maybe we have been that person! We may judge them … Continue reading

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