Eating healthy and exercising are very important to one’s overall wellness. Just like with anything else, even the most well-intended behaviors can be taken to extremes and become obsessive.
Everyone has an attachment style. What is yours and how is it impacting your ability to partner with people?
As with a lot of mental health difficulties, Biploar Disorder gets inaccurately categorized and described among the general public and in pop culture. This is a great read that explains Bipolar I and II disorder well.
I bet most mental health professionals would agree with this.
Do you feel like an intruder in your own family?
I notice that narcissism gets thrown around as a descriptor more often these days. Perhaps its a new “buzz word” that people don’t fully understand? Even so, it is an incredibly powerful descriptor that should be used appropriately. People can sometimes present with narcissistic tendencies, but that is not the same thing as having a diagnosis. There are different types of narcissism. Check this article out to find out more and to make sure you are accurately using this descriptor.
The body knows.
Do you ignore signs that your mental health may need some attention? Check this article out for help identifying the signs.
Healthy eating can impact your mood and overall wellness. Healthy diet and exercise is NOT a replacement for mental health therapy or medication management, but certainly a good addition to your mental health treatment plan and to an overall healthier you.