Toxic relationships can leave you physically, mentally, and emotionally drained. Here are 5 signs you’re addicted to toxic relationships and how you can break this bad habit.
When it’s great, it’s great. And when it’s bad, it’s really bad. That could be how you would describe toxic relationships. And guest what–there are people who are addicted to this kind of relationship. The tragic part is, they may not even realize it. Read More
Have you encountered toxic people lately? How did you deal with them?
Life is full of challenges, and you actually don’t need other people to make it harder for you. However, difficult people are unavoidable–you come across them every once in a while. And they can really be a handful. You’ll end up trounced, pounced, and utterly exhausted, physically, mentally, and emotionally. That’s why they’re called toxic people after all. Read More
Taking care of yourself can help you make the most out of your life. However, it’s not enough that you take care of your appearance or your body. You have to take care of your mental health and well-being as well. Read More
We can learn lessons about habits. Why we do them, and what habits to form to lead to a more successful and fulfilling life. Read more.
From your morning coffee fix to your Saturday night club crawls, habits can say a lot about you. They also affect your life and relationships. Your habits can also impact your life, as good habits can pave the way for success, while bad ones, more commonly known as vices, can led you to ruin. Read More
How healthy is your weekend binge drinking habit? Find out here.
So you only drink on weekends. And when there are occasions. And sometimes on weekdays, too. It all sounds so harmless, but is it really? Read More
Your mental health has a big part on your life. It plays a huge part on how you think, feel, behave, act, and interact with others. Your mental health also influences how you handle events in your life, both negative and positive. Read More
It’s normal and human to have quirks and idiosyncracies. Those are what make us unique. However, there’s a fine line between being weird and having a mental disorder. Sometimes, those who are eccentric are judged as having some mental health issues, and those who appear to be normal or even the life of the party are struggling with concealed depression or other disorder. You never really know who is struggling. Read More
Talking to a suicidal person can be challenging. After pinpointing the suicide warning signs that we have covered in a previous blog, how do you really respond if someone you love may really be suicidal? Read More
The past week saw two icons, one in fashion (Kate Spade) and the other in food and TV (Anthony Bourdain), take their own lives in an act of suicide. Sadly, this is a symptom of society, trickling down to individuals who are overwhelmed by different life situations.
The reality is, suicide doesn’t choose its victim. It doesn’t matter if you’re rich or poor, successful or not. It doesn’t discriminate on age or gender. Kate Spade’s and Anthony Bourdain’s sudden deaths by suicide are reminders of that. Read More
Mixing drugs, or poly drug abuse, is often used by people who are addicted to substances but have already developed a tolerance for their initial drug of choice. And so, they would experiment mixing drugs together to get the high that they want or even get higher still.
In that insatiable thirst for the high, the addicted person would often stop caring what kind of drugs or substances they use as long as they get off on them. Often, these mixes of substances can cut it, but there are also times that these mixes of drugs can be prove to be a fatal recipe. Read More