If you care for and work with others in a high trauma environment OR if you are a naturally empathetic and emotionally sensitive individual, you probably have and will experience compassion fatigue.
Tag Archives: mental health
Depressed Dads Have Depressed Kids
“Whoever does not have a good father should procure one.” ~Friedrich Nietzsche
The Cure For Brain Fog
The most common causes of brain fog are related to nutritional and biochemical imbalances that affect the brain and central nervous system of the body, which can be easily corrected with four very simple lifestyle changes.
Are You A Cry Baby? Research Proves You are Mentally Stronger Than Those Who Aren’t
Crying provides an effective channel and filter for worrisome thoughts and disturbing events. Frequently bottling up your emotions and withholding tears can lead to long-term psychological damage.
The Art of Being Alone: Here’s How To Enjoy “Me” Time The Right Way
You have to make time to spend time with you.
This Free, All Natural, Ancient Japenese Therapeutic Practice Is Sweeping The US
Studies have demonstrated a wide array of health benefits, forest therapy provides especially in the cardiovascular and immune systems, and for stabilizing and improving mood and cognition.”
Researchers Say Your Antidepressants May Be Doing You More Harm Than Good.
Antidepressants are thought to be safe, however researchers and physicians are now aware of potentially devastating side effects antidepressants can have on patients.
4 Eating Rituals That Can Improve Your Mental Health
Healthy food establish good habits and healthy attitudes towards eating.
Studies Show That Dad’s Mental Health Impacts The Kids More Than Mom’s
Hundreds of studies have solidified the fact that a father’s love is just as important to a child’s development as a mother’s, and sometimes even more so…
Parents Suffering From Depression And Anxiety Are Likely To Pass It on To Their Children
Recent research has revealed that mental illnesses are inheritable and confirmed that parents who suffer from mental illness–including depression and anxiety– have children who are genetically predisposed to developing the same mental illness.