Your Living Space and Your Mental Health – 7 Ways to Make it Work

by Andrea Blundell If ever there was a time to make sure your living space wasn’t negatively affecting your mental health, a lockdown would be it. 7 Ways to Troubleshoot Your Living Space How can you make sure your home isn’t bringing you down? 1. Take an honest appraisal of your home’s health. It’s well … [Read Entire Story]

How to Have More Energy This Year

by Andrea Blundell Exhausted by the pandemic? Wish you knew how to have more energy this year? How to have more energy even when the world is a mess We all know about sleep, exercise, and eating well. And even about yoga, and deep breathing. But what are some psychological ways to [Read Entire Story]

How to Reach out To Someone Struggling This Holiday (And Not Make Things Worse)

by Andrea Blundell It’s been a tough year, to say the least, with more anxiety and depression going around than usual thanks to the pandemic. And perhaps you want to reach out to someone whose mental health you are worried about this holiday season.  How to reach out to others this holiday season  Reaching out … [Read Entire Story]

Psychological Flexibility – What it Is and Why You Need It

by Andrea Blundell Psychological flexibility is arguably a fundamental aspect of good mental health. But what is it exactly, and how can you have more of it? What is psychological flexibility? “A healthy person is someone who can manage themselves in the uncertain, unpredictable world around them, where novelty and change are the norm rather … [Read Entire Story]

10 Habits That Lead to Low Moods (and are Easy to Overlook)

Do low moods seem to descend out of the blue? And you tell yourself it’s just ‘one of those things’? Mild depression can actually be the result of consistent habits we convince ourselves are no big deal. Habits that lead to low moods What decisions are you mindlessly making that are leaving you low? 1. … [Read Entire Story]

How to Overcome Anxiety & Improve Resilience [Acceptance & Commitment Therapy]

How to Improve Your Mental Health – Depression, Anxiety, Stress

What Is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and How Is It Used to Treat Anxiety and Depression?

How to Help a Friend with Anxiety

by Andrea Blundell Your friend is so worked up over something, you worry they are about to have a panic attack. How can you help a friend with anxiety? How to recognise anxiety Stress is a logical response to overwhelm. Your friend or loved one will have a reason for their stress. Their boss has … [Read Entire Story]

Fear of Death – When Pandemic Makes Us Face Mortality

by Andrea Blundell Why are we all terrified about Covid-19? Yes, we are losing our lifestyles, and we don’t know what lies ahead. But for many, beneath this lies a fear of death. Either our own death, or of the death of those we love. Why are we all so afraid of dying? As humans … [Read Entire Story]

Conquering Fears & Anxiety + Peace of Mind (Super Strength Series)

The proven techniques on these two excellent audio programs will help you relax and easily release negative feelings and fears. $ 9.97

Indigo Teen Dreams: 2 CD Set Designed to Decrease Stress, Anger, Anxiety while Increasing Self-Esteem and Self-Awareness (Indigo Dreams)

Now teens can explore relaxation music and research-based, stress management techniques with 2 CDs from the Indigo Dreams Series, by Lori Lite. (i)The American Psychological Association shows that teen stress has increased to epidemic levels and called it a medical health hazard. As parents, we often underestimate the impact stress has on our teens. Indigo [More About This Book]

Relieve Stress & Anxiety: A Subliminal/Self-Hypnosis Program (Subliminal Persuasion Self-Hypnosis)

Science shows that stress, illness and disease are tied together. For a healthier, happier life, you must learn to control your feelings and care for your body. Barrie Konicov will guide you to a greater understanding of health, stress and recovery. Live a fuller life with Relieve Stress and Anxiety Self Hypnosis Subliminal Persuasion recording. [More About This Book]

11 Ways to Decrease Relationship Stress

Stress has an insidious way of undermining every aspect of our health and happiness. Nowhere is this more obvious then in our closest and most valued relationships. Have the anxieties and pressures of daily life or a constricting economy begun to seep into your home life? When we are feeling the effects of stress, we need to feel that our home is a safe haven where we can find relief and comfort. A happy relationship can make all… [Read Entire Story]

Female, Over 30, and Anxious? It Could Be “Menopause Anxiety”

For decades, anxiety in middle-aged women was dismissed as female temperament, or despair over loss of youth. It was finally conceded that women, too, could have a midlife crisis. Yet modern studies show that women become happier as they age, while men do don’t. So then why the discrepancy? It turns out the cause is often the … [Read Entire Story]

How to Stop Feeling Disappointed

There is no two ways about it; we have all experienced what it feels like to be disappointed. We’ve been disappointed in ourselves, others, outcomes, the weather, our job, and just about anything else we can think of. So, here’s my question: Why? It’s a simple enough question! Why do we get disappointed? Is it because people and situations let us down? Well, I know that’s the way it feels sometimes, but that is not why we get disappointed. In reality, feeling disappointed has nothing to do with other people, places, or circumstances. The fact is, being disappointed doesn’t actually originate with external sources… [Read Entire Story]

Shyness in Adults – Is It a Mental Health Issue?

It’s estimated that up to fifty per cent of adults identify themselves as ‘shy’.  But when does shyness move from a manageable personality trait to a serious mental health issue? “Garden variety” shyness Many people are shy and under confident some of the time and in some situations, but not in all facets of their lives. … [Read Entire Story]

Enlightening Talks: Jiddu Krishnamurti & Allan W. Anderson 06 of 18

A Wholly Different Way of Living San Diego, California 20th February 1974 6th Conversation with Dr. Allan W. Anderson ‘Fear’ Related posts: Enlightening Talks: Jiddu Krishnamurti & Allan W. Anderson 05 of 18 Enlightening Talks: Jiddu Krishnamurti & Allan W. Anderson 01 of 18 Enlightening Talks: Jiddu Krishnamurti & Allan W. Anderson 03 of 18 Enlightening Talks: Jiddu Krishnamurti & Allan W. Anderson 02 of 18 Enlightening Talks: Jiddu [Read Entire Story]

A brain implant chip to make you happy – would you say yes?

Brain implant chip – it’s now a reality. The US gov’t is funding a research program into solving depression and anxiety with the use of brain implants. [Read Entire Story]

Burn Out Syndrome: 5 Ways to Claim Back Your Downtime

Could you be suffering from burn out syndrome? As we are leading increasingly busy lives, the risk of burning out becomes more prevalent.All content on Burn Out Syndrome: 5 Ways to Claim Back Your Downtime belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]

5 Time Management Tips to Help Boost Your Productivity

When we feel stressed, depressed or anxious it can be very difficult to organise our time effectively in order to get things done. Here are five time management tips which may help.  The 5 minute rule This rule is for when you are in the thick of a low mood or depressive episode. Often the …All content on 5 Time Management Tips to Help Boost Your Productivity belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]

Overcoming Problems With Sleep: When Switching Off Becomes Impossible

Sleep is essential to humans, just like food, water and oxygen, however it is usually only when we face problems with sleep that we begin to noticeAll content on Overcoming Problems With Sleep: When Switching Off Becomes Impossible belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]

Self-Help: Managing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – Schwartz’ Four Step Method

Working on the Four Step Method, or a similar CBT method, you can begin to manage the distressing condition of Obsessive Compulsive DisorderAll content on Self-Help: Managing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – Schwartz’ Four Step Method belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]