Mental Health and Partner Abuse Resources for Men 0
There aren't a lot of online mental health and partner abuse resources that are geared to men, so I'm putting together a resource list.
I'll be adding to the list as I find more resources.
The Benefits of Drinking Water for Anxiety, Mood, and More 0
Your body is mostly water. If you don't get enough water, you don't feel as good as you could physically or mentally.
I spent 4 years researching and writing a book about the impact of diet on anxiety and specific anti-anxiety foods and supplements. The number one recommendation on my list of anti-anxiety foods is . . . water.
There are lots of other foods to add to your diet, or subtract from your diet, to help you be more stress resilient and reduce anxiety, but getting enough water is a simple place to start.
5 Grounding Techniques for Anxiety and Emotional Distress 0Anxiety and other stressful emotions can cloud your mind and hijack your brain. Grounding techniques engage your body to quickly reset your mind to a calm, grounded, logical state. They interrupt the fight-flight-or-freeze response to stress.
Quotes to Inspire You to Stop Toxic Perfectionism 2
You may think that perfectionism helps people get things done. It doesn't.
You might think that perfectionism helps people get things done well. It doesn't.
You might think that perfectionism helps people be better partners and parents. It doesn't.
The reality is that perfectionism is toxic to relationships and life. It wears out the perfectionistic person and people they are close to.
Perfectionists are chronically disappointed in themselves and others. They have trouble trying to do things because of being immobilized by fear of failure.
Here's a collection of the best quotes to help inspire you to be happy in your imperfection.
List of Cognitive Distortions that Make You Stressed and Depressed 0
The way you look at things may be making those things feel worse than they really are. Your view of yourself and the world around you can get distorted by some negative thought patterns that are so common that they have a name: cognitive distortions.
Learning how to spot cognitive distortions like polarized thinking, overgeneralization, and catastrophizing can lift your mood and help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression.
Tips for How to Get Vitamin D from the Sun 0Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin, but how do you safely get vitamin D from the sun?
How much sun exposure do you need for healthy levels of vitamin D? Can I get vitamin D from the sun through my windows?
Read on for the answers to your questions and 10 tips to optimize your sun time for vitamin D production.