Bipolar Disorder

Mental Health Awareness Month| Bipolar Disorder:Myths, Facts, Symptoms, Self-Help Tips

Overview Of Bipolar Disorder Bipolar disorder can better be described as a mental health disorder causing unusual shifts in mood, activity levels, energy, concentrations, and your ability to carry out with your daily activities. In the past, bipolar disorder was referred to as manic depression or manic-depressive illness. There are three recognized types of disorders […]

Borderline Personality Disorder

Mental Health Awareness Month| Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a psychological disorder affecting not only how you feel and think about yourself but also others thus causing problems functioning in your daily life activities. This includes difficulties while managing emotions, consistent patterns of unstable relationships with those you relate with, self-image issues. It is commonly referred to as personality […]

Mental Health Awareness Month: Is One Month Enough For Mental Health Awareness?

“We need to normalize conversations on psychological pain as we have normalized those of any form of physical pain” Shareh Wanjau Mental Health Awareness Month. Do we need a month to for advocating for mental health? My answer should be somehow close or else similar to yours if we belong to the same school of […]

Mental Health: Nine Frequently Asked Questions About Mental Disorders

As expected, as human beings we want to move from not knowing to ‘the knowing’. We want to move from not knowing how to cure a disease, to the knowledge of how to cure that disease and if possible how to prevent that disease from reaching us. We are always in an attempt to move […]

parenting anxious child

Mental Health: Eight Techniques For Parenting Children With Chronic Anxiety

I have read several theories that try to explain why there has been a rise in anxiety disorder cases among children. Irrespective of their explanations, we cannot ignore that child anxiety is on the rise and making it worse; in recent years there have been more young children (as young as 5 to 7 years) with clinical […]

Addiction And Mental Health: Why Drugs And Substance Abuse Is Not The Answer To Your Mental Health

When you are going through hard times, the use of drugs and alcohol can be tempting as one of the ways to help you cope with your situation. Most of these drugs are addictive substances and you may not realize when addiction is knocking, especially when you have underlying mental health issues such as depression […]

food and mood

Food And Mood: Mental Health, Mind And Eating Habits to Improve Mental Well Being

Being in the know of what foods and drinks we should eat and what to avoid at all costs might be very confusing, and especially when the advice you get to keep changing now and then. However, reliable sources reveal that what you eat does not only impact your physical health but also your moods. […]

Am I The Only One Who Is Not “Doing Fine” In Lock-down And Isolation? Emotional Stability Amid The Pandemic

“Surrendering is not letting off hope, it is making peace with the present situation or acceptance of what is happening …” Shareh Wanjau We are coming to a conclusion to the fact that the pandemic situation will last longer perhaps than we possibly anticipated or what we were told. There are a lot of emotions, […]

Addiction And Mental Health: Co-Occurring Disorders And Dual Diagnosis

“mental illness and a substance disorder differ in severity when they occur together, though their severity may change after some time…”  KWise Pychology Dual diagnosis or Co-occurring disorder refers to a condition whereby an individual already has a co-existing mental illness and alcohol/drug use disorder. Although the term is commonly used in reference to the […]

What Is Burnout? Causes, Signs And Symptoms, Prevention And Treatment

    Who never feels overwhelmed or extremely stretched from time to time? Burnout can affect anyone at a workplace; however, the recent reports show there is a rise among the reported cases from entrepreneurs, freelancers and not to mention the business owners; which equates to more than 55% of the newly reported cases globally. […]

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  1. Alex
    Alex says:

    Long time supporter, and thought I’d drop a comment.

    Your wordpress site is very sleek – hope you don’t mind me
    asking what theme you’re using? (and don’t mind if I steal it?
    :P)

    I just launched my site –also built in wordpress like yours– but the theme slows (!) the
    site down quite a bit.

    Keep up the good work– and hope you all take care of yourself during the coronavirus scare!

    ~Alex

    • Shareh
      Shareh says:

      Hello Alex,
      thank you for your message.. i used Ashe though am still doing some polish up. will check yours in a few

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