Last week we shared a blog on depression, what it is, and how to get help. If you didn’t get a chance to read it, you can check it out here:“I Feel Depressed | What to Do (Part 1)
If you’re reading this blog, there’s a good chance you’re currently depressed and just worked up the courage to do a Google search and look for some help. Good for you! Depression is a real and growing problem in our country, and often asking for help can be one of the hardest parts of the problem.
The beginning of anything new can cause anxiety and nervousness – especially beginning a new school year. Starting school comes with a mix of emotions – sadness, excitement, anxiety. Like anything else, we can choose to focus on the school year in a positive way to fight anxiety.
If you’re familiar with blogitude, you’ve heard us talk about Positive Psychology a lot. Boditude is founded on Positive Psychology principles that when practiced through mindfulness and gratitude techniques can help to increase happiness and improve one’s wellbeing. In general, Positive Psychology is still relatively unknown – here’s a deeper look into what it is and how it came about.