It seems weird telling you this because it isn’t something I like talking about. It isn’t something I completely understand. And it’s something I learn more about each day, through my own life and my own research. Let me start by saying I am no expert in the field. I don’t know if this is […]

via What My Partner Needs To Know About My Anxiety. — Perfectly Imperfect Blogg

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorders in the United States. They affect nearly 30 percent of adults at some point in their lives.1 National polls also show that anxiety is on the rise.2 Such trends indicate there needs to be a greater emphasis on promoting healthy practices for anxiety management. The benefits of exercise…

via The Benefits of Exercise for Anxiety — World of Psychology

If you like the boy next door, you should read Naked by Gina Gordon. “Violet Walker has been hiding. Withdrawn after a terrible car accident, she is worried about going back to her high-pressure job, where she’s expected to project confidence and sleek refinement. Allowing herself a distraction, she’s been watching her sexy neighbor work…

via Which Erotic Novel You Should Read While Touching Yourself (Based On Your Type Of Man) — Thought Catalog

Aries They live spontaneously. Adventurously. And they change their minds all the damn time. An Aries might think they’re madly in love with you one minute and then drop off the face of the planet without warning. You can rest assured their change of heart has nothing to do with you. They run from person to person…

via The 5 Zodiacs That Are Most Likely To Ghost You In 2020 — Thought Catalog

Another lovely tasting year of wine. This is the last of the decade and I enjoy getting to make this yearly pick of the Top 100. Every year is different and those wines that presents themselves changes year-over-year–I do seek out ALL wine regions and it is interesting what I get to taste. I […]

via Top 100 Wines of 2019 – James Melendez — James the Wine Guy

One morning, as I stayed inside our school’s publication office, I noticed a junior writer entering with a pale face and her handkerchief covering her mouth. She is also a member of my organization back then. Her senior writer immediately approached her and asked what was going on. She couldn’t respond and she started shaking. […]

via First-aid for the anxious mind — The Unicorn Potato

Eight years ago, I was three months into my grief journey when I participated in my first International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. My dad had just taken his life, two months after my wedding. I didn’t realize it at the time, but I’ve come to appreciate the event’s proximity to the holiday season. November…

via International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day can be comforting heading into the holidays — Our Side of Suicide