Happy Holiday

This is my special way of saying THANK YOU to every special one of you who made 2018 happen for me. Ultimately, I give God all the praise and glory for His enduring grace and mercy. This year has been great and fulfilling even in the midst of challenges...


We can literally CHANGE OUR MIND, did you know that? I mean actually change the brain on a neural and biological level. This article is in no way exhaustive but simply a look into the basics of how retraining your mind can work. What I am trying to put in two articles is what I have learned through reading a number of books that are hundreds of pages long, so for me to put this in only two articles is a serious squeeze but hopefully enough to give the reader some hope and working knowledge to get started.

Why I Recommend Choosing Psychotherapy – Jason Napalm

Psychotherapy encourages cognitive changes, and positive thinking based on scientific facts and methods, it does support the medication being used but seeks to eventually release a person from psychoactive drugs and help them to stand on their own two feet and gain a substantial degree of control and power in a person life to live beyond the limitations that have been imposed on them by Mental Health problems and traumatic experiences.

The Effect of Music on Our Mental Health – Mellonie

From the third trimester, scientists say that babies hear and respond to music in the womb. Before that, they can feel the rhythm of their mother’s heartbeat and the moans and groans of her internal organs. The heartbeat becomes a calming, comforting, familiar sound for new-borns. They also recognise music that was played to them in the …

Pets and Human Mental Health – Wemy

Depression is a mood disorder that causes a person to persistently feel sad and lose interest in happenings around and commonly associated with symptoms such as anxiety, fearfulness, hopelessness, unworthiness, anger, insomnia, tiredness, loss of appetite, weight loss, physical pains and in extreme cases suicide. We all pass through these undesired moments when we think …