Humans are not meant to be isolated for so long, and being physically alone can have serious consequences. Are you touch deprived? Continue reading Touch-deprived? How to cope with social distancing
Being grateful to our parents has nothing to do with the fact we crave their approval to an unhealthy degree. Are you scared of their rejection? Continue reading Why you NEED a break from your parents
Newsflash: suffering is inevitable. Even the holiest of monks and bravest of warriors experience heartbreak like the rest of us. Continue reading Why be curious of our suffering?
I had certainly chosen the wrong time to move homes.
Talk about real social distancing! Continue reading Social distancing with NO WIFI?!
‘It doesn’t matter what I say!’ I finally realised after years of living with a narcissist.
‘No matter what I do, I get attacked for it!’ Continue reading Grey rock method: How to rid yourself of narcissists
Are you struggling with the change of pace when working from home? Continue reading 5 Useful Tips to Work from Home
The nuance between admitting and accepting our flaws and past is a big point of contention in the recovery community. After I’ve combed through memory loss of my early childhood experiences and years lost through substance abuse, I was faced … Continue reading Admittance vs Acceptance – why the difference matters
I thrive in chaos. It has been a childhood companion to me, always waiting around the corner. Continue reading There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to relax
Elizabeth Gilbert, needless to say, wrote Eat, Pray, Love, and is all in all a beautiful source of inspiration for me. I found this tied in beautifully with the four noble truths of the Buddha. The first states that suffering … Continue reading Any talent not shared turns into pain – Elizabeth Gilbert (or the silver lining to our suffering)
I must be the first person ever to state this, and I’m well aware of the controversy. After all, 38 deaths have been linked to former reality star contestants, and the online trolling has been horrendous. How come someone as … Continue reading How reality TV is helping my mental health (no joke)