Wednesday, March 25, 2020
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Sunday, March 22, 2020
When we are faced with indecision... it can trigger a less than health mental response. The second you go back and forth with a choice - break out a literal piece of paper and pen (or pencil) and write it out. Let logic prevail. Be smart about the seriousness of keeping your mental health stable. Make a list of the pros and cons of the choices you are faced with and when the list is made, look at it, read it aloud and if you can easily get behind a choice from there, great! If not, whichever side gives you clear advice, you have your answer.
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Saturday, March 21, 2020
I learned a little mental health trick, that may help many of my friends that are starting to feel panicked inside about the current global issue.
I've been studying about mental health & mindfulness for a few years now to help get my head on straight & overcome some personal obstacles that were holding me back. In the process, I learned a saying that has really helped me to stay calm & even increase my happiness during these troubling times.
It's really simple, yet when put to practice it's life-changing. The saying is:
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