How to Get an Emotional Support Animal

This post may contain affiliate links, which help keep this blog alive! Any laws listed in this post apply to the U.S.A. only. If you are not from the U.S., check your local ordinances to see if you are eligible for an Emotional Support Animal (or however your country may identify them). Have you met…

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Are You Sabotaging Your Mental Health? Here’s How to Stop

Sometimes, mental illness goes dormant, only to rear its ugly head again. If you’re experiencing a relapse and can’t figure out why, turn to these unexpected triggers to assess how they might be impacting your mental health.

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Self-Help Books to Kick Start Your New Year’s Resolutions

Admittedly, my goal of writing more blog posts in 2019 has not been going so well. Why, you ask? Ironically, the answer has to do with the subject of today’s post! In all honesty, I’ve been reading. Like, a lot. In fact, I’ve made it my goal to read 100 books in 2019 – and I have to…

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The Surprising Connection Between Digestion and Mental Health

IBS is almost as common as anxiety – making it unsurprising that the two conditions are linked. Could rebalancing your gut be the answer to your mental health challenges? Read on to find out.

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Skincare is Self-Care, Too! The Surprising Ways Acne Affects Your Mental Health

Acne and other skincare woes are deeply linked to our mental health – which is why you should be treating your skin as well as it deserves. Read on to learn what causes acne and how I busted my adult onset acne – because skincare is self-care, too!

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Masturbation as Medicine: Your Hands-On Approach to Healing from Sexual Trauma

Hi, my name is Haley, and I am a woman who masturbates – and a survivor of sexual assault. Read to find out how masturbation can help you find sexual healing in the wake of trauma, and learn to love your body again.

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Depressed From a Distance: Coping with Sadness in a Long-Distance Relationship

Studies show that most of us in a long-distance relationship feel at least a little depressed after leaving our significant others. Here’s how to cope when “distance depression” gets you down.

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A Former Makeup Addict Shares Four Ways Going Barefaced is Better for Your Mental Health

The #NoMakeup movement has been gaining popularity in the last few years – but did you know that going barefaced might be better for your mental health? As a former makeup addict, here’s why I think you should shed the eye shadow and opt for the natural look instead.

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Getting Over “The Senior Slump:” How to Avoid Burnout in College

The Senior Slump is a well-known cause of burnout among college students. Here’s how to bounce back from setbacks and manage a busy schedule, without burning out in college.

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