Self-harm is a severe problem that many individuals experience, and overcoming it can be difficult. But it is possible to beat self-harm and live a healthy, happy life with the correct self-care techniques and assistance. Remember that prioritizing your own health is crucial because self-care is not selfish. Find good coping mechanisms over time, ask for assistance when you need it, and be patient and kind to yourself as you go. Continue reading Self-Harm and Self-Care: How to break free?
Although dealing with guilt can be difficult, doing so is a necessary step on the road to rehabilitation and personal development. We can learn from our mistakes, develop greater self-awareness, and live happier, more meaningful lives by taking practical methods to deal with adaptive, maladaptive, and existential guilt. Continue reading How to get rid of feeling guilty unnecessarily?
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a method of psychotherapy used to address trauma and other emotional issues. It is founded on the premise that some types of psychological suffering, including painful experiences or poor self-perceptions, can become lodged in the brain and body, causing emotional misery and other issues. Continue reading Everything About Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR): Process, Benefits, Case-studies and A Lot More
What Exactly is Compassionate Focused Therapy (CFT)? Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT), also known as Compassion Mind Training (CMF), is the notion of integrating compassion instructional strategies into psychotherapy to try to inculcate kinder thinking habits that seek to encourage emotional and … Continue reading Core principles and The Three Circles Model of Emotion: CFT
Treatments for mood disorders such as depression come in a wide variety of forms. Since psychotherapy may assist you in exploring the underlying causes of your symptoms and teaching you new coping mechanisms, it can be an effective treatment for … Continue reading Psychotherapies and Tips to Manage Depression
Although the causes of Borderline personality disorder are not fully known, it is believed that both hereditary and environmental factors are involved. The condition may occur as a result of numerous genes, each of which has only minor impact. About … Continue reading What is Borderline Personality Disorder? BPD
What Is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy? A modified form of cognitive behavioral therapy is dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). Its major objectives are to educate individuals on how to be present, create healthy coping mechanisms for stress, control their emotions, and enhance … Continue reading Application and purpose of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in counseling
What is emotional healing? Anxiety and melancholy are examples of complex, possibly challenging emotions that are common to the human experience. But even knowing this might not make dealing with these emotions any easier. People might follow a variety of … Continue reading The healing touch of animals and pets- furry partners in the journey of emotional healing!
What Is Stress? In general, stress refers to two things: the psychological experience of pressure and the body’s reaction to that strain, which includes a number of systems, including the metabolism, muscles, and memory. Stress usually highlights any change that … Continue reading Save Yourself From the Claws of Stress- Techniques to Manage Stress + Free Worksheet
What are Social Connections? Our connections with the people in our network are referred to as social connections. Our interactions with others in our immediate vicinity encompass our social connections. They might be near us, such as family, friends, and … Continue reading Role of Social Connections in Emotional Healing- 14 Tips to Enhance Social Connections
Anxiety is a typical and frequently positive feeling. However, it may develop into a psychiatric condition if a person experiences excessive amounts of worry on a regular basis. A group of mental health conditions known as anxiety disorders causes excessive … Continue reading Different types of Anxiety Disorders and Coping Strategies to ease your sufferings
What Is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)? In acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT, which is pronounced like the word “act” rather than the letters), you commit to taking steps to improve and develop your life while accepting the things that … Continue reading What and How of ACT Therapy + Free Worksheet
Sadness is a normal emotion that all people feel. When a loved one dies or when they are dealing with a difficult life event like a divorce or a major illness, people may feel sad or melancholy. These emotions often … Continue reading A Sneak Peek into Major Depressive Disorder and Self-help Strategies
The brain is part of the body. Just like all the cells of all other organs, brain cells are continually being renewed. Tomorrow’s cells are therefore made up of what we eat today. One key neurological fact is that two-thirds … Continue reading Brain Fuel: Eat this to beat Depression & Anxiety
Yesterday I was attending a 3 days workshop on Discover Yourself by HG Sukumar Das at ISKCON Nasik. During the seminar, he was telling us a lot of things about hormones such as endorphins, serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin, etc. Serotonin is … Continue reading How to increase serotonin – Bhagavad Gita Insights
When depressed we tend to go into survival mode. This means we save as much energy as possible to survive. Therefore you might have noticed depressed people require a lot of energy to do basic chores. When we are depressed … Continue reading Depression – Expectation management with worksheet
I like to start with something funny 🙂 Loneliness is painful. There could be many reasons that we feel lonely. It took me a couple of years to realise the root of all my major depressive disorder, anxiety, and cyclothymia … Continue reading How to overcome Loneliness & Depression. The solution is in the Problem – Worksheet & Case Study
We all want to take decisions that give us sigh. Our past mistakes have kept us in pain. We have blamed situations, we have blamed people and even god. Today is the the day to realise that – No, it … Continue reading Why is it so hard to come out of depression?