I Don’t Have Anorexia but My Eating Disorder Is Just as Valid

I Don’t Have Anorexia but My Eating Disorder Is Just as Valid

TW: Eating disorders Today's post is a guest post from Prickly Pineapples: A health, wellness, vegan, and recovery site with the goal to call out diet culture BS. Having an eating disorder that's not anorexia is isolating because you’re on your own. That's not to say that people with bulimia and anorexia have it easier, because they don’t. [...]

7 Ways to Support Mental Health in the Workplace

7 Ways to Support Mental Health in the Workplace

Today's post is a guest post by Kayla Montgomery: In the United States, over 46% of adults experience a mental health illness during their lifetime. And as over one-third of the estimated 157 million working American’s life is spent at work; leaders are realizing the importance of cultivating a positive working environment. Anxiety, stress, and [...]

Coping After Suicide

Coping After Suicide

Today's post is a guest post by Charlotte Underwood: January 30th was a supposed to be a day like any other, yet I was woken up by my mother in panic, my father was gone, she said and then confided in me that a month before, he had attempted to take his own life. In that [...]

Mental Health Problems That Occur During Pregnancy

Mental Health Problems That Occur During Pregnancy

Today's post is a guest post by Katy Hill: Pregnancy is by and large a period of joy and enthusiastic prosperity for a lady. Nonetheless, for some ladies, pregnancy and parenthood increment their susceptibility to mental health problems, for example, depression, anxiety, dietary problems, and psychoses. These conditions are frequently under-diagnosed in light of the [...]