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Alt Therapy,Depression

Date : August 5, 2015Comments : 1

5 reasons why you should consider keeping a ‘Journey Journal’

The feelings and negative thoughts that come with depression are very real and many who suffer from this condition are likely to have feelings of hopelessness and despondency, doing even the smallest task seems almost impossible.

How or when you will get better seems a distant dream and as each day passes it can feel like nothing has improved.

Recovering from depression can be a long journey but keeping a record of your journey can benefit you in many ways. In this blog post we discuss ten reasons why the tool of the ‘journey journal’ might help you realise things are improving. Continue reading “5 reasons why you should consider keeping a ‘Journey Journal’”

Anger,Depression,Life Experience,Mens Mental Health,Spirituality

Date : August 2, 2015Comments : 0

10 reasons why if you can forgive you are powerful, liberating and strong

Today is International forgiveness day, a day which has been created to make you more conscious of what you have to forgive but why should you forgive another? Why should you forgive someone who has wronged you? In this blog post we discuss 10 reasons why forgiveness is powerful, liberating and shows sheer strength of a magnanimous person.

Forgiveness is the renunciation or cessation of resentment, indignation or anger as a result of a perceived offence, disagreement, or mistake, or ceasing to demand punishment or restitution. The Oxford English Dictionary defines forgiveness as ‘to grant free pardon and to give up all claim on account of an offence or debt’. This text has been taken from www.cute-calendar.com.

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Depression,Motivation,Spirituality

Date : August 1, 2015Comments : 0

The Gold Mine Analogy | The mine of mental health

The journey of recovery from a mental illness is not usually quick and neither is it easy either. It can feel as though you are never going to get better because it is such a slow healing process, when will things be ‘normal’ again a common question you ask yourself.

I have referred to this experience of recovering from a mental health problem like that of mining and here is the short story, I hope you enjoy.

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