Mental Health

5 Mistakes To Avoid After A Breakup

5 Mistakes To Avoid After A Breakup

If you’re reading this article, chances are I’ve caught you in a sweatpants and froyo-devouring phase listening for your ex’s car outside. Trust me, I was just there. Over the last few months, while going through a breakup from my former girlfriend of four years, I honestly wondered if it was possible to keel over from a broken heart. But here I am writing this, obviously still alive, and now I’m here to tell you: put down the froyo spoon. 

Anxiety Is Actually A Superpower (Here Is Why)

Anxiety Is Actually A Superpower (Here Is Why)

If you’re one of the 40 million Americans suffering from anxiety, you know how uncomfortable it can be. Even though it’s awful while it’s happening, anxiety serves an important function. Here are a few reasons to think of anxiety as a superpower and how to manage it naturally.

8 Signs Your Relationship Is Making You Sick

8 Signs Your Relationship Is Making You Sick

It’s a well-known fact that relationships are hard work. Marriage and family experts say that even the best couples have arguments now and again, and that’s totally normal when different points of view are expressed in a healthy way. But if you’re stuck in toxic relationship patterns, your body might be trying to tell you something.

6 Things To Do Before Getting Out Of Bed In The Morning

6 Things To Do Before Getting Out Of Bed In The Morning

When the alarm clock goes off, most of us either hit snooze or groggily get out of bed without much thought about how we’re starting the day. But if you can spare 10 extra minutes, you can make a world of difference to your mental and physical health — all before leaving your bed in the morning. Use these tips to get up on the right side of the bed from now on.

This Banned Substance Can Ease Anxiety And Depression In Cancer Patients

This Banned Substance Can Ease Anxiety And Depression In Cancer Patients

In just one dose, the active ingredient in “magic mushrooms” — called psilocybin — can alleviate anxiety and depression in cancer patients, according to two separate studies published this week. For some patients, it can be downright life-changing.