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"It can be intense and scary."
If you've been following the Kardashians and Jenners for more than a decade now, then it probably doesn't come as a surprise to you that Kendall Jenner suffers from anxiety. In the later seasons of the show, when her modeling career started
Overcome the stress and anxiety that's creeping in this Christmas.
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Celebs have decided to use their platforms to open up about their own mental health.
It isn't easy to open up about our experiences, especially when it comes to personal struggles. You shouldn't have to if you don't feel comfortable doing it yet, but know that there are people willing to listen to your experiences when you're
"There's a feeling of hopelessness sometimes because there's so much going on in the world and you want to help but you can't."
Taking care of our mental health amid the pandemic isn't as simple of a process than it seems. Though there are many ways to help us cope with the situation, talking openly about your struggles and acknowledging them is one of the
What’s on your feed can be good for your mental health.
Uncertainty puts us in a state of overthinking or constant worrying. While we cannot control what lies ahead, learning how to talk about our thoughts and feelings can help us confront anxiety and power through life one day at a time. We’ll
These small things can really make a big difference.
Uncertain times like this COVID-19 pandemic can pose a great threat to our mental health. While we're fortunate enough to be able to live comfortably and safely at the confines of our homes, we're not exempted from the torments of our stress
You can do more than just turning off your phone!
For most of us, checking the news for updates about the pandemic has practically become routine. It feels like our responsibility to keep up with everything that's happening—and while it is, there's also no denying that all the news and current events
"I was in a very dark place for two years, almost three years...I didn't have feelings. I just felt like a robot."
On March 26, 31-year-old actress Ellen Adarna opened up about her battle with mental illness, which affected her gravely for nearly three years."I was in a very dark place for two years, almost three years. I thought I wasn't gonna snap out of
Keep calm and sleep.
If you're someone who trades sleep to get more done in a day, then you're going about it all wrong. A new study shows that deep sleep can actually rewire the anxious brain.Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley have found that a
Burnout is real, and here are signs you might be suffering from it.
Remember those times when you felt sick and tired of work that you had to force yourself out of bed while fighting back an awkward tummy ache and feelings of anxiety, because you just really, really didn't want to go back to your
One woman shares the fears in her head because of the mental illness.
Tell me what you did today. Did you get in the car and drive to work? Did you send someone a message? Maybe plan a trip abroad for the holidays?My turn. Today, I went on a long road trip with my family.
It's something you don't take lightly.
As a fashion blogger who's every post is tracked with eager eyes, you'd expect Tricia Gosingtian to be used to the attention. But after posting a series of tweets describing her social anxiety, we all realized that Tricia, just like us, has
Mind these tips.
You've got too much on your plate—figuratively and literally. That's most likely because your workload is piling up. "Stress activates your adrenal glands to release cortisol, increasing your appetite," says Melissa McCreery, PhD, ACC, and psychologist, in an interview with CNN. Lack