More than seventeen million people in the United States and 264 million people worldwide live with depression1. Making it one of the most common mental health concerns, depression may be a misdiagnosis for a more specific kind of depression, called Bipolar Disorder. The disorder is among the most misunderstood, feared, and stigmatized mental health diagnoses. Many of us may know someone affected by BD and have seen firsthand how the symptoms of this illness can impact a loved one’s life.(more…)
Lessons On Our Psychology From Our Crustacean Friends
Jordan B. Peterson is criticized for his discussion of lobsters in his first book of rules, An Antidote to Chaos.(more…)
5 Things You Should Do About Anxiety
Anxiety is the most common mental health problem with 18.1% of the US population suffering from the condition 1. Most people who suffer won’t get treatment.
Maybe that’s you?
It was me.
I can remember days so anxiety-ridden it makes me ill to look back on them.(more…)
How is it May, already?
In July of last year, I posted My 40’s Manifesto, my intention to experience a better decade compared to my 20’s and my 30s. I have established the following ideas as guideposts.
- Work on connection
- Be authentic
- Accept love
- Think deeply
- Engage in relationships