About 17% of all people have used self-harm as a coping mechanism at least once in their lifetime. While some can stop this really dangerous behavior, many struggle with it for years. I started cutting myself when I was around 13 and couldn’t stop until last year when I turned 21. I got so used to it […]READ MORE
„Architects hate blindly following…anything…without understanding why. They have a greater dislike for authority figures who go around forcing others to obey laws and rules without understanding the purpose of the standards themselves. Architects are likely not to get along with anyone who prefers how things “have always been.” However, by not going along with the standards – even when doing so might not be a big deal – Architects can make their lives harder than they need to be.“ – 16PersonalitiesREAD MORE
Some people tend to dislike a regular schedule since it often consists of breakfast, work, lunch, work, dinner and that’s it. But having a balanced routine can actually support your mental health since it gives you a clear schedule to follow throughout the day or week.READ MORE
On average, every third person suffers from mental disorder throughout their life. These include obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) or addiction to medication, alcohol and other drugs. Still, the most common disorders are anxiety and depression. This is, however, just the numbers of reported patients. Many people experience the same symptoms but haven’t consulted a doctor or therapist yet.READ MORE
Because mental health is still highly stigmatized in today’s society, many people struggle with getting help and treatment. Approximately one in five American adults suffer from one or more mental illnesses (National Alliance on Mental Illnesses – Mental Health By The Numbers) – and the numbers are rising.
Openly discussing mental health can help many people a great deal. The state of your mental health affects the way you feel, think, and eventually act. It is hence crucial to provide people with a safe space to express and discuss their mental struggles.
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