Everyone has those days when they look at themselves in the mirror and think, “I’m not good enough” and we ALL know they suck. Check out these quick tips to boost your self-esteem.
Some people paint to express themselves. Others draw or write, and some get tattoos.
Going to college and away from everything you’ve ever known is stressful. For someone with anxiety, like me, it can feel even more overwhelming and challenging. Here are some tips to stay calm when you feel anxious, they work for me.
Walking through Seattle to raise awareness for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention was amazing. It helped me to overcome my insecurities about talking to others about my depression and anxiety. I may have started the walk alone, but I left with great new friends and a feeling that I could conquer anything.
I spent so much energy trying to fit in with my peers, struggling to keep up with the newest things. I was trying so hard to grow up. I realized I am only a kid for a few more years and then I am an adult forever.
Here are five tools I have used to slow down and reflect on who I am and where I am going. I promise that the more time you dedicate to learning about you the more you will see why you matter. See which work for you!
There is no perfect formula for coming out about mental illness. For most off us, it is a process, not an event. For me, it has been an incredibly empowering and humbling journey. Here is my story.
Let’s face it: It’s impossible to relax or get a good nights sleep when you’re constantly running around like a chicken with its head cut off. Here are my ways to de-stress and enjoy life.
I grew up in Alaska and I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else. Here are some things that make life in Alaska so awesome.
No matter what your journey is, there are all kinds of ways that you can make a difference in your own life and in the lives of those around you. So before I officially say “au revoir”, I’d like to end with a simple call to action.