Stepping out of your comfort zone might seem unnecessary and crazy, but in reality, it’s exactly what you need to do to build mental resilience and find your happiness.
I really enjoyed my month living in Sofia because it gave me time to focus on myself. There aren’t many must-see things in Sofia so I didn’t feel bad spending a good amount of my time caring for myself.
I work really hard to build up my mental resilience every day. Some days, my resilience is better than others, but overall, I feel like I have a strong foundation to lean on. This World Mental Health Day, I’m sharing six ways to build mental resilience that have helped me.
I want to share one of my experiences with antidepressants and what I learned along the way so you don’t have to go through what I went through. It can be a tough process to find the right medicine for you, but the more you know about what to expect, the easier it will be.
Flying can bring up feelings that range from uncomfortable to terrifying, but that shouldn’t stop you from seeing the world.
Last time I was in a depressive state, I came home from work and lay down on the floor in my apartment living room. After a half hour of lying there, I decided to take some notes about how I felt. I’m hoping that sharing my notes can help those without depression understand some of what goes through the heads of people who are depressed or even suicidal. Maybe if more people knew what we were thinking in our darkest moments, they could help us in our fight.
Overall, Turia Park is a great place to relax and find solace, to meet up with friends, and to unwind after a long, hot day. It’s a wonderful resource for everyone, but especially for those who need help quieting their minds.