In this second podcast episode, I talk about two very different but very important phases of healing and growth I experienced with my journey through depression. Listen to the episode and share your own thoughts and experiences below! **For more content related to my blog posts, visit the Discovering Wholeness Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/discoveringwholeness. I’m excited … More Two Phases of Healing and Growth (Podcast)
As I was going through therapy late in my teenage years, I encountered someone in my life who was making negative decisions and taking negative actions, which were hurting me and others I was close to. When I spoke to that person about therapy, they told me they didn’t need it because they had friends … More Friends Vs. Therapy
In today’s world, we hear about anxiety in a negative light: people having panic attacks, people suffering from social anxiety to the point they can barely leave their homes, relationship anxiety causing turmoil between one person and another, and anxiety in the form of stress and worry about little everyday things even when panic attacks … More Anxiety As Evolutionary Hero
“She’s so mean.” “My job is boring.” “I’m trapped in this situation.” “You don’t care about me.” Can you separate the above statements into facts and non-facts? Most of us struggle to do this. The truth is, all the above statements are assumptions. Because someone snapped at you doesn’t make them mean, except from your … More Separating Fact From Thought And Emotion
For years, I always thought self-harm was physically harming yourself when you’re dealing with depression. I was always grateful I never cut myself and thought I’d been evading self-harm, even when my depression spiraled out of control again and again. Except, I was engaging in a type of self-harm that hurt me at my deepest … More Non-Physical Self-Harm
Is comparing our pain to others’ helpful? Find out how to validate your unique pain and begin to heal from it! Remember to subscribe for more updates, and if you have any thoughts, please leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you!