It is nearly 2016 and I guess now is the time to consider what we would like to change about our lives to make it better? In this blog post we discuss 48 new years resolutions to help you improve your life.
After experiencing a difficult graduation at the foot of the 2008 economic recession, in a city known to be neglected by the British government financially the founder of BoM understands the difficulty and depression that comes with the lack of opportunity to work. Likewise, after changing direction into teaching and realising he didn’t like the profession he also knows what it feels like to be trapped in a job or career that doesn’t make you happy.
In this blog post he discusses his thought process and how he managed to find a profession that he enjoys. He used this strategy three times to change his career path three in four years before arriving at his calling and most importantly how you can do it too.
Today is back to the future day and felt it is an appropriate time to discuss looking to the past to help heal your mind and alter your future. In this blog post we discuss why looking to past hurts and opening them to be dealt with and how to do it successfully can help you overcome feelings of depression and anxiety.
Life, as we all know, is full of being hurt, rejected or disappointed. Some of us experience these things in a relationship sense, others in their career and some in more than one area which can feel totally unbearable but truth to be told, hurts and disappointment can be a blessing in disguise regardless of the emotional pain you are feeling. If you want to find out how and why then read on.
Today is Mental Health Awareness day and I think now is the perfect time to talk about what path led me to creating Battle of Mind; what I have experienced in my life that led to a complete breakdown, being clinically diagnosed at high risk of suicide, not wanting to not be alive in 2011 and how I managed to start to change my life around by taking tough changes that involved great sacrifice and still, even though in a better place, suffers on occasions with depression and anxiety.
For a lot of people living with social anxiety the idea of living in a very busy place, every day, confronted with strangers, looking at you, sometimes in close and terribly unsociable close situations, listening to everyones conversations and assessing all the different personalities not only sounds exhausting but could be the thing of nightmares for many a sufferer of anxiety.
For the founder of BoM he had no choice, he knew a professional job was important to help him on his road to recovery & was determined to change his life for the better. When he applied for jobs all over his country and was offered a job opportunity his anxiety went to the back of his mind, now was the time to step up.
He took a leap of faith and chose to confront his anxiety and depression to the extreme levels and also attempt to start his career. In this blog post he discusses why moving to a busy place like London may have been the right cure for his anxiety problem all along.
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.