Living with Emetophobia – What You Need To Know

Living with Emetophobia The National Institute of Mental Health for America estimates that 12.5% of American adults will suffer from a specific phobia during their lifetime. To ...

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Two Decades of Silence: One Mom’s Journey with Depression

I’ve been terrified to share about this part of my life. I’m usually pretty open, but no one would ever tell you they knew I suffered from depression. I have suffered in silenc...

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Milkshakes to Smoothies: A Health Coach’s Journey to Wellness

Growing up, much of my family suffered health issues including heart disease, diabetes, cancer, high blood pressure, blood sugar dysregulation, stroke... you get the point. I w...

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Couch to Marathoner on a Fitness Journey to Be the Best Version of Herself

My fitness journey started in 2016 after two weeks indulging in America on a family holiday where it got to the point of having four doughnut’s for breakfast was the norm. I ...

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4 Micro-Steps to Get Your Vitality Back After Depression Ends

I have suffered from clinical major depression for 25 years, and the keys the small micro-steps which I am going to share with you today have proven extremely effective for both my...

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220 to 110lbs: What I Ate To Cut My Body Weight

When it comes to eating for weight loss, the options are endless. There are so many diets and meal plans that guarantee results. After losing half of my body weight, I’ve fou...

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Why is Physical Activity so Important and How to Integrate into Life?

Why is Exercise Important? Learn the Reasons Here Exercise! What does this word mean to you? It's a bit like Marmite, you either love it or hate it. Either way, it's necessary ...

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What You Need To Know About Autism

There's a lot of misinformation about the diagnosis label of autism. I often hear things that are hurtful like, "you don't look autistic", or "are you sure Charlie has autism? He's...

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Do I Live With A Mental Illness

I always thought my childhood was normal, this is how everyone lived, this is how all families live. Boy, was I wrong? My father lived with manic depression since he was a teenager...

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