You don’t control the guy shouting random things in the street, but you do control how you react to what you hear. Understanding that thoughts (something you experience) are different from thinking (a reaction you engage in) can expose a way out of struggling with your mental health.
One thing I found key to recovery was preparing to walk away from the illness. After years of fighting, I didn’t know how to live without mental health problems to manage. My existence was just a reaction to controlling anxiety. I only knew how to feel good by first feeling bad and then controlling that […]
Panic attacks are a totally normal challenge to deal with on the journey of recovery out of many mental illnesses. But they often become an experience we try to avoid, which only makes the illness worse and brings even more panic attacks and even worse ones into our lives. In this video, I share an […]
If you’re desperately trying to make yourself happy but only finding depression, or you’re constantly trying to get rid of anxiety but only finding more anxiety, read this book before you get even more caught up in the happiness trap. Harris provides numerous exercises and tips to help you apply the concepts of Acceptance & Commitment […]