What happens when a friendship turns toxic?

Chris Hack

Negativity comes in all manner of forms. Whether it’s the seemingly endless torrent of hate and bile that’s spewed onto various web platforms every day, the glossy celeb-obsessed magazines that take it upon themselves to openly criticize those who just happen to find themselves in the public eye or simply […]

Your mental health in the pandemic

Chris Hack 2

Your mental health in the pandemic We’re living in strange times right now. Unless you come under the category of being a key or essential worker, chances are that you’re now stuck at home all day and every day for the foreseeable future. Your education and your social life have […]

The anxiety merry-go-round. I want to get off!

When experiencing anxiety, the chest feels tight, shortening breath. Neck muscles tense, strain and lock, the throat feels closed and swallowing becomes a noticeable action. Some people also experience dizziness, fatigue, a burning sensation of the skin. Less energy results in less activity which in some, results in poorer circulation, […]

Don’t let imposter syndrome bring you down

Joseph Meyer

Starting a new job and career can be on the most nerve racking experiences one can have in their life no matter how many jobs or career changes you have. For some and even many you may experience what is called as Imposter Syndrome. Don’t worry it’s perfectly curable and […]

Why Medication Was the Best Decision I Ever Made

Amy Jackson

In June 2016, I reluctantly made the decision to start taking medication for my OCD. I’ve openly discussed it with my mental health related posts, but I haven’t actually talked about the reasons why I left it for so long. For today’s post, I’m going to talk a little more […]

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