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Post Partum: The Invisible Battle

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Congratulations on your bundle of joy! The arrival of a baby is a time of excitement and celebration, but it can also come with its fair share of challenges. One of those challenges is postpartum.

Becoming a mother is undoubtedly one of the most exciting and life-changing experiences for a woman. The arrival of a baby can fill the heart with overwhelming love, joy, and hope. However, it’s also a challenging time that can trigger postpartum symptoms in new mothers. Postpartum, commonly referred to as the ‘baby blues,’ is a period of physical and emotional adjustments that happen after giving birth.

Being a mother is not an easy feat, it’s a lifetime commitment that begins the moment the baby arrives. It’s full of challenges that require perseverance and strength. One of the most under-discussed challenges is postpartum depression.

Many different changes

So what exactly is postpartum? Postpartum is a stage that every mother goes through after the baby is born. It’s a time of adjustment and learning how to care for a new life. It’s often said to be a happy period filled with joy and love, but this is not the case for all new moms. Postpartum depression is a real issue that many women experience after childbirth. Postpartum depression is often caused by hormonal changes in the body, sleep deprivation, and stress. A combination of these factors can lead to mood swings, anxiety, and irritability. Symptoms include feeling sad, hopeless, worthless, and uninterested in activities you once enjoyed.

It’s a time when the body undergoes significant changes as it recovers from pregnancy and childbirth. At the same time, new mothers experience changes emotionally,mentally, and physically. The mixed tension conflicts with our new space of life. To balance life can become overwhelming, and practice only gives us understanding of new life. The depression state can be challenging and difficult to overcome. This period of change can be difficult, leading to a variety of postpartum symptoms. Postpartum is different for every woman, and symptoms can range from mild to severe.

Some of the common symptoms of postpartum include fatigue, mood swings, anxiety, irritability, sadness, and lack of concentration. The symptoms usually start within the first week after delivery and can last up to several months.

Mental depression can exacerbate postpartum depression, leading to deeper mental health issues. It can be challenging for new moms to take care of themselves and seek help, but it’s essential. Mental health should never be neglected, especially for new mothers. There are plenty of resources available, from therapy to medication. The key is to identify the problem early on and take the necessary steps to overcome it. Postpartum depression can lead to a range of symptoms, including sadness, guilt, hopelessness, lack of energy, and sleep disturbance. The longer postpartum depression is left untreated, the more profound the impact it can have on mental health.

Ways to Reduce Postpartum

We learn that, postpartum depression is a real issue that new moms can experience after childbirth. It’s important to recognize the signs and seek help. New mothers should never feel ashamed or afraid to reach out for support. The more we talk about postpartum depression, the more we can break the stigma and help women get the support they need. Don’t let postpartum steal your happiness. It’s a time to enjoy motherhood and as a mother, the times is yours to welcome a new life. Congrats!

What triggers postpartum depression? There’s no one answer to this question. Every mother is unique, and every case of postpartum depression is different. But one common factor that can contribute to it is the feeling of being overwhelmed. It can be caused by a range of issues, including financial stress, lack of support, and feeling like you’re not coping with motherhood.

Postpartum is triggered by various factors, including hormonal changes, physical and emotional stress, and sleep deprivation. Hormones such as estrogen and progesterone that rise during pregnancy and plummet after birth can affect a woman’s emotional well-being, leading to symptoms of postpartum.

What can be done to reduce the symptoms of postpartum depression after the baby arrives? There are a few things that can help ease the symptoms of postpartum depression. One is to make sure that the mother is getting enough sleep and rest. Having a good support system in place, like family or friends, is also important. It’s also important for the mother to maintain a healthy diet, stay active, and take care of herself. Find a routine and practice a routine. With trial and error motherhood gets better. Take time to understand emotional and mental challenges. Bonding with baby is important to feel happiness and love.

Until our beautiful minds meet again be safe out there. Many blessings and much love.

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Mind Over Everything: “The Impact of Mental Health on Our Lives”

Mental health has been a topic of conversation for quite some time now. However, there is still a lot of stigma and misunderstanding surrounding it. Mental health refers to a person’s psychological well-being and is just as important as physical health. Our mental health plays a crucial role in everything we do, including work, relationships, money, health, success, and much more.

In this blog post, we will explore how mental health affects our daily lives. Our mental health is more crucial than we give it credit for. It is easy to go through life and feel like everything is running smoothly, but if you don’t address the underlying mental health concerns, you could be setting yourself up for failure. There’s an intimate connection between our mental state and our work, relationships, money, health, and even success. And this article seeks to enlighten you on how mental health affects all aspects of our lives.

First, let’s take a moment to look at how things have changed over time. Our world has evolved in the last century, but with the good has come the bad. While the conveniences we enjoy today are second to none, our lives have also become increasingly more complicated. Society is fast-paced, and as a result, people have become prone to different mental health issues. You don’t have to look far to see that a lot of us have issues with our mental state. It could be because of the high demands at work, relationships that drain us, the never-ending pursuit of financial stability, or the fear of failing in life. The problem is that most of us ignore the signs and symptoms that we may have a mental health condition, leading to mood swings and poor behavior.

Work: Mental health affects work performance. Depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues can negatively affect job performance, causing absenteeism, decreased productivity, and decreased work quality. Furthermore, chronic work stress can worsen mental health, leading to burnout and emotional exhaustion.

Relationships: Good mental health improves communication and reduces conflicts in relationships. Conversely, mental health problems can affect interpersonal relationships, leading to strained relationships and social isolation. Depression and anxiety, in particular, can affect a person’s social life and limit their interactions with friends and family.

Money: Mental health can have a significant impact on a person’s finances. Mental health problems can cause a decline in work performance, leading to lost income.

Moreover, mental health conditions such as addiction can lead to financial ruin due to excessive spending.

Health: Mental health problems can affect physical health, and vice versa. For instance, poor mental health can lead to poor eating habits and lack of physical exercise, which can result in poor physical health outcomes. Additionally, physical health conditions such as chronic pain can worsen mental health, leading to a cycle of negative physical and mental health outcomes.

Success: Mental health affects the ability to achieve goals. Negative thought patterns, low self-esteem, and anxiety can affect motivation, leading to a lack of goal achievement. In contrast, positive mental health can improve self-confidence and encourage goal-setting.

So we learn, mental health is integral to our daily lives and impacts various areas such as work, relationships, money, health, and success. However, the lack of understanding and stigma surrounding mental health still needs to be addressed. It is crucial to prioritize mental health and seek professional help when needed. Remember, mental health is just as important as physical health. Think about it 😁🦋

Until our beautiful minds meet again be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

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“The Humbling Experience of Asking for Help: A DoorDasher’s Struggle”

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I have always prided myself on being independent and self-sufficient, but sometimes life throws us a curveball that we never see coming. For me, that curveball was my car jumping time, leaving me without transportation. As a DoorDasher, Uber Eats, and Shipt shopper/delivery worker, my income is entirely dependent on having a vehicle to get me from place to place. The irony of my situation is not lost on me. Here I am, someone who loves helping others by delivering food and goods, but now I am in need of assistance myself. It’s been challenging for me to come to terms with this and ask for help, but I have come to realize that sometimes we all need a little support.

As I sit here typing away, I can’t help but feel a sense of vulnerability. It’s not easy to ask for help. In fact, it’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. But here I am, in need of assistance, hoping that someone out there will lend me a hand.

It’s a tough situation to be in, especially considering the current state of the world. The pandemic has made things even harder, and finding a job isn’t as easy as it once was. I feel like I’m in a never-ending cycle of despair.

As the days pass, the clouds of depression seem to linger over my home. It’s a dark place to be in, and it’s not a fun one either. I try my best to keep a positive mindset, but it’s becoming increasingly difficult as time goes on. That’s why I’m turning to the community for help. I’ve spent countless hours giving back through my various delivery jobs, and now I’m asking for a helping hand. I need help paying my rent, and I’m hoping that someone out there can assist me. I know that times are tough for everyone, but if you’re in a position to lend a hand, I would greatly appreciate it.

Even the smallest amount can make a big difference. As I sit here, I’m reminded that asking for help isn’t a sign of weakness, but rather a sign of strength. It takes courage to admit when you’re struggling and to reach out for support. So I am reaching out to you, my visitors and readers, to ask for your assistance in helping fund my rent. Any contribution, no matter how small, would be greatly appreciated and would go towards helping me get back on my feet.

Please pay it forward to help others. The smallest gestures can do wonders for those struggling. And to give is blessings that God will return to you for giving to others in need. May your hearts be full of love and the blessings be endless. We shall pray for each other in these struggling times and lift our spirits with love. Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

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Navigating the Reality of Relationships When Everything Seems Wrong

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We all know that relationships can be hard. But when everything around us seems to be going wrong – a pandemic, economic instability, political unrest – those struggles can be magnified in our romantic partnerships. It’s easy to feel like our significant others are the only ones causing stress and strife in our lives, when in reality, they may be a source of support and stability. It’s important to recognize that when we’re feeling overwhelmed, we often take our emotions out on those closest to us. The temper of changed moods, stress levels, anger, and resentment can all bubble to the surface in relationships. And in a time when it feels like we should be connecting more than ever to overcome the challenges, it’s disheartening to see how quickly arguments and disagreements can turn into bigger issues. So what can we do to navigate the realities of relationships in struggling times?

Here are a few tips:

1. Practice Empathy: One of the most important things we can do for our relationships is to try to see things from our partner’s perspective. It’s easy to get caught up in our own struggles and frustrations, but taking a moment to empathize with our loved ones can go a long way in defusing tense situations.

2. Communicate Clearly: Communication is key in any relationship, but it becomes especially important during times of stress. Make an effort to clearly articulate your needs and boundaries, while also actively listening to your partner’s concerns.

3. Practice Self-Care: When we’re feeling burnt out and overwhelmed, it’s easy to take our stress out on those around us. But by taking care of ourselves – whether that means getting enough sleep, carving out time for exercise, or seeking professional help if needed – we can avoid exacerbating issues in our relationships.

4. Prioritize Connection: It’s important to actively work to connect with our partners, even when everything else in our lives feels like it’s falling apart. Make time for quality time together – whether that means scheduling a regular date night, or simply setting aside an hour to talk without any distractions.

As a result, navigating the realities of relationships during difficult times comes down to a commitment to each other, and a willingness to work together to overcome challenges. By prioritizing empathy, clear communication, self-care, and connection, we can build stronger, more resilient partnerships – even when the world around us feels like it’s falling apart.

Until our beautiful minds meet again be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

The Psychology of Our Pandemic Economy: Why It Matters

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As the spread of COVID-19 progresses around the world, it is clear that this crisis is an immense physical health threat, as well as an equally daunting mental health challenge. In order to best understand the effect of this pandemic on our economy, it is crucial to grasp the psychological and emotional implications it carries.

The current global economy has a profound effect on everyone, regardless of background or resources. The very psychology of how we think about money has shifted in recent years. People are worried about surviving, whether they have enough money to live off of and whether or not their finances will last. The fear of having faded dollars and not being able to maintain a quality of life has left many individuals and families feeling unsure of their future. It is important that we take proactive steps to learn life skills to better manage our resources and build a strong financial foundation.

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Fear has invaded our daily lives

Fear and uncertainty are major components of the current economy. The public’s widespread anxiety and concern over the virus can significantly harm consumer confidence. This is demonstrated through people’s tendencies to avoid public places and travel, thus leading to a drop in spending. Likewise, the feeling of uneasiness and worry regarding the markets have also taken a toll, affecting investing, borrowing, and other economic activities. But there are also deeper, long-term effects caused by the pandemic. We can observe financial pressure and loss of jobs, along with a widening of the income gap and heightened digital surveillance. When all of this is taken into account, it is understandable to feel overwhelmed by this magnitude of change and powerless against it. Despite the fact that humans naturally prefer to seek out immediate rewards and outcomes, this pandemic requires that we tackle the complexity of the economy and acknowledge our emotional and nostalgic tendencies. The path towards economic resilience post-pandemic lies in creative solutions and collective action. By studying and examining the psychological implications of this virus, we can gain greater empathy and develop a better approach to our economic system. By understanding the impacts of this pandemic on our mental wellbeing, we can start to take steps to protect ourselves and our communities, such as saving and investing cautiously, forming healthier financial habits, and taking care of our physical and mental health. By facing the psychological impacts of this virus head-on, we can work towards building a better and more sustainable economy for the future.

Survival Mode

In this ever-changing economic climate, it’s important to remain mindful of the psychology that drives our survival instinct, as well as the economic forces that threaten our sense of security. With news of fading dollars, job losses, and unemployment at all-time highs, it’s understandable to feel anxious and worried. However, we must remember that knowledge and education can be our saving grace in times of distress. That being said, having the right life skills can also be a huge help. When dealing with fear and anxiety, take some time to look into ways to manage and understand your finances. A basic understanding of budgeting and credit score can help build a secure foundation to support you in times of trouble. Learning to recognize and distinguish between different financial products like stocks and bonds, and understanding how investing works can help you make sound financial decisions. Knowing how to read market signals, and being prepared to respond quickly to potential risks can be critical. Avoid overspending, while trying to stock up on essential items. Learn to grow a garden, use coupons, valve the fungal concept, use resources that are available, and help others who are unable to help themselves.

Money management is key when dealing with financial challenges. Being able to distinguish between a need and a want is the first step in budgeting and being mindful of our spending. Start tracking where your money is going each month, create a budget that reflects your spending and make sure to create an emergency fund in case something happens and you find yourself without resources.

Wisdom is investing in yourself

Investing in yourself by continuing to acquire knowledge and develop the skills that you need in times of uncertainty is key. Staying connected to other professionals, engaging with online communities and platforms that provide reliable resources can provide valuable insight on how to best respond to economic stressors. Finally, and most importantly, taking steps to maintain and develop your mental health is crucial. Reach out to loved ones, spend time in nature, take deep breaths, meditate and use other tools to support you.

Times can be tough, and these tips and tricks might seem daunting, but learning the skills to manage these financial worries is paramount in preparing for a better future. Keep your eye on the horizon and find comfort in the knowledge that life, and finances, are constantly changing and evolving.

Finally at the end of the day, know your not alone. These psychological effects have us all unsure of the economy. Not only is it scary, it is mentally effecting our ability to focus. Now is the time to plan ahead. Make small changes to secure your future. There is no promise for tomorrow. However, being more aware of the resources available to you, can bring clarity to the days ahead. Focus on positive strength, practice mindfulness, and the psychological results will follow.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

Mental Health – ” Maybe we’re not just born with it”?

Every moment of every day, we act as masterful magnets, utilizing our five senses to craft the special, individualized person that we are.

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Are we born with mental health issues? In this blog post, I’d like to explore the potential root cause of mental health and deive into whether mental health issues are truly inborn or are a product of the environment in which we are born. The human body is a complex combination of many different organs and components working together in harmony. In addition to this, the human brain and nervous system have the incredible capacity to process a multitude of sensory inputs, creating unique and varied experiences. The delicate balance between our physical, psychological, and emotional needs can cause a significant disruption if any of these aspects are neglected or off balance. Interested in learning how this inheritance and environment of mental health is determined? Look no further..

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Mental health is one such condition which is determined by a complex mix of biological, environmental, and psychological factors. The question we must ask ourselves is, how much of this delicate balance can we be born with? Are there certain inherited factors which contribute to mental health issues?

Example born with mental health :

Depression and anxiety can be difficult to manage for anyone, but for those of us who have been inborn with mental health issues such as these, life can be an even greater challenge. Living with a mood disorder like depression or an anxiety disorder can be an incredibly difficult thing to experience and it’s important for us to find ways to cope and build resilience to these mental health issues. Depression and anxiety during teenage years, at times can make one feel helpless and overwhelmed. It can be tough to handle day to day tasks while also feeling down and anxious. I learned early on to recognize the warning signs and understand when it was time to ask for help or to make changes to help manage my mental health. One of the most helpful things I did to manage my depression and anxiety was to become aware of my triggers and recognize when they were happening. I made sure to prioritize rest and self-care and tried to build a routine that I stuck to. It also helped to create positive outlets for my thoughts, such as writing and journaling. When we’re inborn with mental health issues, it can be hard to accept them and ask for help, but we all deserve support and kindness, and it’s important that we don’t feel ashamed or scared to reach out and seek the help we need. Together, we can work on building resilience and a healthy coping plan.

Example of environmental mental health:

Our mental health is a delicate thing and can be affected by numerous factors in our environment. This could include anything from personal experiences to our physical environment, and even the natural environment around us. While many of these environmental factors can have positive impacts on our mental health, there are a few that can have negative effects, such as depression and anxiety. When it comes to depression, some environmental factors to be aware of include long-term unemployment, exposure to trauma or abuse, living in a place of conflict, living in a socially isolated environment, and financial stress. For those suffering from anxiety, environmental triggers may include exposure to a traumatic event, exposure to loud noises or overcrowding, chronic stress due to high expectations, changes in environment such as relocation, and living in an area of high pollution. Fortunately, with the right strategies in place, we can lessen the impacts of these environmental factors on our mental health. That could include reaching out to a mental health professional to work through experiences, seeking out more social support and connection with family and friends, creating a balanced and healthy lifestyle, and managing your exposure to negative influences in the environment. It’s important to be mindful of how our environment is impacting us and our mental health, and take the necessary steps to minimize negative environmental triggers when we can. Everyone’s journey to mental wellness is unique, but together, we can help each other create healthy and supportive environments to promote better mental health.

The truth is that the exact answer to this question is unclear, but research does suggest that some biological and genetic elements may play a role in mental health. For example, some mental health issues such as bipolar disorder and depression can appear to run in families, suggesting a certain level of inherited factors. Similarly, the environment we are born in can have a significant influence on our mental well-being. Growing up in a challenging and/or traumatic environment can affect our mental health in profound and long-lasting ways. All in all, while some aspects of mental health may be determined by inherited factors, environmental factors still play an incredibly important role in developing mental health. Therefore, in answer to the original question posed, the truth is that we are not born with mental health issues. However, it is a complex balance of inherited and environmental factors that can contribute to our mental well-being. Therefore, it is essentials that we are aware of these issues, and learn to protect ourselves, so that we can work towards a better understanding of mental health and maintain balance in our lives.

It’s important to be mindful of how our environment is impacting us and our mental health, and take the necessary steps to minimize negative environmental triggers when we can. Everyone’s journey to mental wellness is unique, but together, we can help each other create healthy and supportive environments to promote better mental health.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

Breaking Down Popular Mental Health Search Terms: An Overview of Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Stress, and Suicide

Depression and Anxiety
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It’s no surprise that mental health has become a popular search topic in recent years as more information has become available on the topic. Mental health is a major concern for many people, and as more information becomes available, it’s becoming easier to learn more about it. A recent study revealed the top five mental health searched topics: depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, stress, and suicide. Each of these topics can bring about a range of feelings, behaviors, and struggles for those dealing with them, but there are a few key points that should be noted about each one. Let’s take a look at each topic in-depth.

The high number of searches on depression and anxiety likely reflects the fact that these two disorders are the most commonly diagnosed mental health conditions. They’re also often accompanied by stress, making it an important factor in understanding mental health.

Depression and Anxiety

People struggling with depression or anxiety may have difficulty focusing, become isolated from family and friends, or be unable to hold down a job. When it comes to depression and anxiety, these two mental health conditions are the most commonly diagnosed in people. They can present with a range of symptoms, from difficulty focusing to becoming isolated from friends and family. However, when dealt with early on and with the proper care and treatment, depression and anxiety can be managed.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is another popularly searched mental health topic, and the amount of searches is due to the complexities of the condition. It’s characterized by extreme highs and lows in mood and energy, which can lead to unstable relationships, high risk-taking, and sudden shifts in decision making. Bipolar is difficult to balance with unpredictable highs and lows. Often times other mental health issues are present as well Treatment for bipolar disorder usually includes therapy and medications.


Stress is a common symptom of many mental health disorders, but it can also occur as a stand-alone condition. It can manifest as physical, emotional, or behavioral changes that often leads to tension, restlessness, and insomnia. People struggling with stress can benefit from therapy and stress management techniques, such as mindfulness and relaxation exercises.


Finally, suicide is a particularly difficult topic to search and think about, yet it remains one of the most searched mental health topics. This could be attributed to the high rates of suicide around the world, and the lack of understanding surrounding this issue. The truth is that everyone is at risk of suicide and it is important to be aware of warning signs. Knowing where to get help and being a part of a supportive community are key steps in preventing suicide.

Ultimately, these are just a few of the most popular mental health searched topics and the complexities that can accompany them. It is clear that there is still much work to be done to destigmatize mental health and make it easier for people to access quality help. It is also important to keep in mind that you don’t have to struggle alone – with the right support and treatment, it is possible to live a fulfilling and meaningful life. Be mindful of those around you, life is precious. You are important you matter. Love yourself with patience and value.

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Take care of yourself.. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

“Unlocking Yourself from the Chains of Depression: How to Take Control and Feel Free Again”

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It can be so difficult when you’re stuck in the depths of depression. Everything seems so dark, so heavy and oppressive – and you can feel yourself being dragged further and further down until it feels like you’re about to disappear. But why is it that we are often left feeling blah? It’s never an easy thing to find the strength to pull yourself out of the pit of depression. And many of us can stay in that stuck place for much longer than we need to, until our self-isolation turns into a full-on cycle of destructive behavior. That’s why it’s essential to take action now – to take steps to break free from the negative spiral.

When you’re stuck in a deep depression, there are a few steps that can be taken to help pull you back out again. To start, make sure that you reach out and talk to someone. Don’t let the fear of vulnerability and rejection hold you back – reach out to a friend or family member and start talking. Let them know what’s been going on with you, and they’ll be more than willing to help support you. Secondly, you should begin to be mindful and present in each moment. Don’t focus too much on the things that have gone wrong or what’s already happened. Take each day one at a time and try to appreciate the little moments of beauty and happiness around you. Practice daily self-care, like eating well, exercising, getting enough sleep, and setting realistic goals.

Finally, don’t forget to ask for professional help if needed. A therapist or counselor can help you process your emotions and identify any underlying issues. You may also want to look into antidepressants or other forms of medication, including vitamins. Personally not a fan of medication, everyone is different. What worked for one may not work for another. Depression and anti-depression medications can have bad side effects, its important to follow doctors orders. Be patient with the process, it can take trial and error to find what works best for you.. Always communicate with professionals if your not feeling yourself or out of character. With a combination of professional help and personal care, you’ll start to see the positive in life again. There is hope – you just need to make the choice to break out of the darkness and move towards the positive light to happiness. Don’t let depression define who you are – you are strong, capable, and powerful. Make a plan and take the necessary steps to reclaim your life – don’t be a prisoner to depression anymore.

If your feeling down and struggling to break free from a rut of depression – look no further. We all feel like this at times, like everything is closing in and we’re stuck in an unending cycle of isolation. That can be really overwhelming, so here are some tips on how to move through this experience and come out the other side with a brighter outlook on life. 1. Connect with people you love and trust. Connecting with supportive people who care about you is an essential part of getting out of your depression rut. Reach out to friends, family, and people you trust to tell them how you’re feeling and to seek support. 2. Talk about your feelings. You don’t have to suffer in silence; it’s ok to talk to someone about your feelings. You can confide in a friend or family member, or even seek professional help. Remember that bottling up your feelings will only prolong your sense of helplessness. 3. Take care of yourself. Sometimes when you’re stuck in a depressive state, it can be hard to muster up the motivation to take care of yourself. But, small acts of self-care such as going for a walk, practicing mindfulness, or making your favorite meal can make all the difference. 4. Spend time in nature or outdoors. It may not be possible for everyone to get out in nature every day, but being outside, even for a short amount of time can help to give you perspective and remind you that there’s so much more out there than the negative thought spiral you may be stuck in. Breaking out of a rut of depression is never easy. But if you use the steps outlined above, you can make your way through this tough experience. Remember, you’re never alone – there is help available and there is always a positive light at the end of the depression.

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Until our beautiful minds meet again be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋

Online Therapy

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Hello, are you struggling with your mental health? Online therapy could be the perfect solution for you. We offer a safe and secure online platform that allows you to access professional therapists anytime, anywhere. Online therapy counselors provide individualized and co mpassionate support that helps to guide you through whatever you may be facing. Whether it’s depression, anxiety, trauma, or any other issue, online therapy can provide the support you need. Plus, it’s incredibly affordable, accessible and convenient mental health support from the comfort of your own home. Online Therapy believes in providing exceptional service and a safe, comfortable environment where you can take your time to explore any issues or concerns. The certified therapists provide evidence-based solutions tailored to your unique needs and challenges, while supporting and empowering you to make positive changes in your life. Online Therapy offers a variety of innovative therapies and programs designed to help you create long-lasting change and improve the overall quality of your life. Dedicated to helping you manage anxiety, depression, PTSD, relationship issues and much more, so you can experience better mental health and well-being. Whether you’re seeking one-on-one therapy sessions, video counseling, group counseling or even self-care support, our team of experienced professionals are here to help you take the necessary steps to reach your goals. Plus, we understand that everyone is different – so we make sure to listen and respond to your individual needs. Start your journey to improved mental health and well-being today at Online Therapy – we look forward to providing you with the support you need to reach your full potential and future mental health challenges.

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When Depression is Crippling: The True Face of Mental Illness

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Mental illness is something that affects us all, whether directly or indirectly. Unfortunately, it often goes unseen and misunderstood. The day has come and gone, you accomplished the same as yesterday – nothing. A numbness we question, Why do I feel this way? What triggered such numbness? When did this happen? Who notices the change in my routine and isolation I have created? How am I going to face the world? The feelings are crippling that effect production, motivation, and our mind. A constant struggling battle faced daily.

Depression is one such condition that can be difficult to comprehend, as it is not always visible on the outside. But for those living with depression, it can be an all-encompassing experience that cripples the ability to live a normal life. This blog post will explore the true face of mental illness when depression is crippling, and how to best support those who suffer from it. Mental illness is an often-misunderstood condition that affects millions of people around the world. It can be difficult to understand what it is like to live with depression, yet it can be all too easy to judge someone who suffers from it. It is important to remember that depression is a very real and very serious condition that can have a crippling effect on those who experience it. This blog post aims to provide an insight into what it is really like when depression is crippling, exploring both the mental, emotional, and physical pain associated with it, as well as the negative stigma that often follows those who struggle with depression. Mental illness is a serious and growing problem in society today. Despite this, many people still have a hard time understanding the reality of what it’s like for those living with mental health conditions. Depression, in particular, is a condition that affects millions of people around the world, yet it is often misunderstood and underappreciated. Here this post aims to discuss the true face of depression and how it can be crippling for those who suffer from it.

The Mental, Emotional, and Physical Pain
Depression is a debilitating illness, one that can leave you feeling overwhelmed and helpless. The mental, emotional, and physical pain it causes can be difficult to put into words. It might look like nothing is wrong on the outside, but on the inside, there’s a world of hurt.
Living with depression can be incredibly challenging. It’s a constant battle between trying to stay positive and feeling like you’re not enough. You can feel like you have no control over your own life and are just a passenger in it. It’s important to remember that you are not alone in this struggle.
The physical toll that depression takes can be overwhelming. You may feel drained and exhausted, even if you haven’t done anything physically strenuous. You might experience headaches, joint pain, stomach issues, or insomnia. The mental strain of depression can cause fatigue and make it hard to focus or concentrate.
On an emotional level, depression can leave you feeling numb or disconnected from the world. You may find yourself struggling to feel joy or pleasure in activities that used to bring you happiness. Depression can also lead to feelings of guilt, worthlessness, and hopelessness.
Depression is not something that should be taken lightly. If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, it’s important to seek help. There are many treatments available that can help alleviate symptoms and improve quality of life. Don’t be afraid to reach out for support. No one should have to face depression alone.

Looking Normal
When people think of depression, they usually think of sadness and feelings of hopelessness. But for those of us who have experienced it, we know that there is so much more to it. Depression can be a crippling mental illness, leaving us feeling helpless and unable to cope with our lives.
It is easy to look at someone and not realize how much they are struggling internally. From the outside, they may look like they are doing alright, but inside their mind is a war zone. We all have good days and bad days, but when depression is at its worst it can feel like an eternity of darkness.
It can be difficult to express these emotions, as they can often be misunderstood or misinterpreted by those around us. We may feel ashamed or embarrassed of our struggles, even though they are completely normal. We might be tempted to push people away or distance ourselves in order to avoid dealing with our inner turmoil.
Depression doesn’t always have a physical manifestation and can be difficult to spot in someone else. This can make it hard for others to understand what you are going through. It’s important to remember that you are not alone in your struggle and there is help available. Reaching out and asking for support can be one of the most difficult steps but also one of the most rewarding.
No one should have to face their mental illness alone. If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, reach out and talk to a professional or a trusted friend or family member. You deserve to get the help and support you need.

Hell Inside My Mind
Depression is a debilitating condition that can cause immense physical, mental, and emotional pain. Unfortunately, it is often difficult for those suffering from depression to outwardly express the level of anguish they are feeling inside. This leads to many misunderstandings, judgments, and criticism from others.
While depression can take on many forms and severity levels, those who suffer from it will understand that the intensity of their feelings is not something that can be easily explained or understood by outsiders. It can be hard to explain why, even on a seemingly normal day, we can feel so much inner turmoil.
The truth is that living with depression can be like living in Hell – an unrelenting state of despair and helplessness that cannot be broken by outside forces. It’s hard to see a way out of the deep darkness that depression creates, and it’s equally hard for our loved ones to comprehend the immensity of our suffering.
Living with depression requires compassion, understanding, and patience from both ourselves and those around us. We must recognize and honor our own struggles, while also recognizing that we don’t need to suffer in silence.
No matter how deep the darkness may seem, there is always hope for a better tomorrow. Reaching out for help is one of the best steps we can take towards recovery and finding peace within ourselves. No one should have to face this challenge alone. If you know someone who has been diagnosed with depression, reach out and offer them support. Offer to do things together that might lift their spirits. Do what you can to show them that you love them – all of them – even when they’re at their lowest point. Help make sure that they know they’re not alone in their struggle against this illness!

Until our beautiful minds meet again, be safe out there. Many blessings and much love. Remember Everyday Minds Matter -Della 💞🦋