Heartbreak isn’t exclusive to romantic relationships. It sneaks into our platonic relationships too, often underplayed and unrecognized. Since friendship breakups aren’t as normalized, many of us don’t know how to… Read more How To Break Up With Your Friend – And Work On Healing After →
Men are more prone to loneliness and perhaps also less likely to recognize and admit it. How did we get here and what can we do? Read to the end for a starting point on how to ease loneliness in men.
This week, climate scientists issued a climate ‘code red’ for humanity. Eco-anxiety is a growing mental health concern amongst millennials and Gen Z in particular, who will directly deal with the impact of climate change. Read to the end for coping strategies on dealing with eco-anxiety!
Ever wondered why self-compassion doesn’t feel so great at first? Self-compassion backdraft is the discomfort that arises when we finally begin to turn to ourselves with compassion. Scroll to the end for tips on how to recognize and manage it!
We get this question all the time: when is the ‘right’ time for therapy? Here’s our two cents: The right time for therapy is whenever you decide to go to therapy. Read till the end for 6 signs it may be time!
There is opportunity in crisis- a new mental health culture. And perhaps we have begun to tap into it as a society! Read on to find out more about how a global pandemic shifted an already transforming mental health culture
In times of heightened injustice, how we care for ourselves matters not only for our own well being, but for the effectiveness of our activism work too. Learn more about caring for yourself as an activist in this post.
When friendships end, it can be just as emotionally challenging as romantic heartache. Sometimes even more so. Rupi Kaur calls heartbreak with friends underrated for a good reason- read on to explore this further.
Sometimes the person you need to forgive the most in life is…you. In this post, we discuss what can make self-forgiveness so difficult and how to work through it.