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Even health experts agree.
Rants aren’t anything new on social media. Some may say it’s a good avenue to blow off steam, especially when you feel like there’s nowhere else to place or channel your emotions. Not to mention the act may seem like an especially
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
"I was constantly living in fear, just waiting for the next wrong thing to happen."
The pressure to seem perfect constantly plague’s a celebrity's daily life, though more often than not, the opposite to their ideal "image" holds true. No matter who you are, no life is ever as clear cut as the movies. That said, having
Nadine Lustre has something to say to DJ Jobert Sucaldito.
The unofficial President of the Philippines, actress Nadine Lustre, went all out on her IG stories after former DZMM radio host Jobert Sucaldito spoke in a recorded statement during a congressional hearing on the ABS-CBN franchise renewal issue. You might remember Sucaldito
"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
"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
The situation is tough, but so are you.
Now that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is officially a pandemic, with 202 confirmed cases in the Philippines and an "enhanced community quarantine" in effect, people have been feeling all kinds of emotions: panic, fear, anxiety, to name a few. And we get it. Your
"My Letters to Happy" also advocates mental health awareness.
In a special screening for My Letters to Happy at Cine Adarna, director Pertee Brinas said, "Let’s face it, romance movies are what sells. But we can put a spin on it to advocate for something more?” He’s right, there’s no denying
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
Nadine Lustre, Vivoree, Kiana Valenciano, and more!
In celebration of World Mental Health Day, beauty brand BYS launched their all-new #IAmLustrous campaign, an initiative headed by Lustrous chief creative designer Nadine Lustre. "This campaign is here to give awareness to a lot of people that what we feel is okay [and]
"Nail biting could be a sign of deep-seated emotional issues."
We often encounter people who have a habit of biting their nails. Some do it when they’re nervous, for others, it's one of their mannerisms. But whatever the reason may be, the visible damage it brings to your fingernails is undeniable. So
It affects your appearance and well-being more than you realize.
At a recent launch for Dermalogica’s newest product, Sound Sleep Cocoon, we were treated to a brief but insightful lecture on the pillars of wellness. Conducted by certified wellness coaches Dr. Willie Lagdameo (a pediatric surgeon and Dr. Sears certified wellness coach)
Photographer Ritz Marie raises awareness on mental health through her work.
Depression and anxiety have been a constant topic of interest circulating in mainstream media for the past few years. With TV shows like 13 Reasons Why and high-profile cases of suicide involving K-pop star Jong Hyun and more recently that of the late designer Kate Spade, the
She was 55.
Designer Kate Spade was found lifeless in her Upper East Side apartment in New York on Tuesday morning. She was 55. CNN reports that law enforcement officials are investigating her death as an apparent suicide. Kate was found by her housekeeper with
A little compassion and awareness can go a long way.
Despite more and more people coming forward about their experiences with mental illness and mental disorders, there’s still a stigma surrounding the conversation about mental health. Terms like “OCD” and "bipolar" are still regularly used to describe quirks like they’re funny and
The pop queen's outburst was a cry for help.
Performing at a sold-out arena here and abroad is nothing new for 29-year-old pop superstar Sarah Geronimo. And yet, something was amiss when she took the Las Vegas stage last weekend.Clearly exhausted and sleepless from a grueling tour schedule, Sarah broke down
It's not something to be ashamed of.
In the middle of the ongoing discussion about mental health, Nadine Lustre opened up about her own struggles with depression. "It may come as a surprise to you but I have struggled with depression way back and still am to this day," she
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
Anyone can be a victim.
In the high of the Netflix TV adaptation of 13 Reasons Why, where a teenage girl named Hannah Baker took her life after recording her story on cassette tapes, I feel compelled to write about this. Not because it's a must-watch, but