So many chemicals are added to our food and products today, which have not been properly tested for their effects on humans, or the testing is not acknowledged. However, we are discovering that certain of these chemicals are of particular danger to our physical and mental health. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iguggvFg2Z0 This video, The Disappearing Male Documentary has … Continue reading Substances in our Food & Products to Avoid
http://www.thefreedomcenter.com/the-connection-between-trauma-addiction/ Trauma can come from a single event or ongoing issues, such as domestic violence, sexual assault, or neglect. Trauma experienced in childhood can have lifelong effects on your health and mental well-being. While the impact of trauma might not seem related to addiction at first glance, the two are closely connected. People with addictions … Continue reading The Connection Between Trauma & Addiction
We should never ask "What's wrong with me/you?" We need to ask, "What happened to me/you?" Most people with mental issues have gone through some kind of trauma and usually, the issues will not be resolved successfully until the underlying trauma is addressed. Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gj46FEzDfDQ
Our lives are the result of all the choices we have made - great and small. Our attitudes (which are also a choice) motivate and drive those choices. Here Caroline Myss offers some profound insights and small changes we can make right now that will change our lives and their outcomes for the better.
Words of profound wisdom and transformation from the incomparable Dr. Jordan Peterson, psychiatrist, author, and former professor at Toronto University. No matter what your diagnosis is, these are steps you can take to dramatically improve your situation. And this also applies to people who do not have mental illnesses! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ful-7jFCIXs Searching for purpose can be … Continue reading DO THIS TO CHANGE YOUR FUTURE IN 30 DAYS – Jordan Peterson
Posted by Ghost Girl - Aug 12, 2022 ... left: me, completely broken, 93 pounds, living on the streets, living in fear, in pain, addicted to meth and heroin, and ready for my life to finally end. I had endocarditis twice from using, and I had a hole in my heart. My mom took that … Continue reading Recovery is Possible!
From baking bread to putting together puzzles to learning TikTok dances, Americans found many hobbies to keep themselves sane and occupied during the COVID-19 pandemic. Another popular pastime that emerged is plant-keeping. According to a new survey of 1,000 Americans ages 18 to 54 and older, conducted by http://www.Trees.com in partnership with online survey platform … Continue reading Pandemic Driven Plant-keeping Improved Mental Health
Whenever Life seems to be getting you down, just remember this: