In this post, we make the case for the average, ordinary, and impactful life. Because who said being ‘average’ was easy? Consider the odds you beat to simply exist! Our very existance is extraordinary. Read on to learn more!
Do you feel guilty about making life choices your parents would not love for you? In this post, we discuss how to reconcile parental guilt with your valid need for autonomy!
Rest is an investment, not a last resort! Did you know that there are 7 types of rest? Zainib Abdullah guides us through each type of rest with plenty of ideas on how to achieve them in this ultimate guide to rest! Go on, you deserve it and are worthy of it.
Have you heard of pre-marital counselling? It’s a proactive strategy for couples heading towards a long-term relationship to build self-awareness, communication skills, and have tough conversations. We tell you all about it here!
Back-to-school (or even back-to-campus) anxiety is common. However, this year we are managing the lingering psychological impact of the pandemic. Scroll to the end for 3 tips on how to prioritize your mental wellbeing while planning your return to classes or campus!
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!
Sun, sand, schools out- summer can be a joyous time. However, summertime sadness is real, and as summer winds down, we want to talk about this other form of seasonal depression/low moods. Read to the end for our coping strategies!
Many of the relationship problems we experience are rooted in miscommunication about our needs! We can’t communicate what we do not understand- learn more about uncovering hidden relationship needs in this post!
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!