As usual, I’m always happy to see constant new research and studies published linking social media and our mental health or societal expectations.[Read more…] about What is the TRUE relation between social media and mental health?
This week I’d like to talk about who you are. Personal growth can usually focus on who you want to be, but rarely on the lessons of who you once were.
This all sounds a little existential, but I find myself explaining this concept over and over again, and it doesn’t matter the background, issues, or experiences.[Read more…] about What do you want to gain from personal growth?
Today I have been writing about stress. As I was writing about all the factors, causes, and symptoms evolving around stress, I found so many parallels in those and the current situation we find ourselves in in the UK.[Read more…] about Things are open again, but is it more than you can handle?
This week I wanted to really take a look at a character with a dark past. Not just the dark past but how they deal with that baggage and how it can affect them. The Joker is one of the most famous fictional villains. In 2019 they released Joker, with Joaquin Phoenix portraying his origin story, and I was shocked at how deep this movie delved into Arthur Fleck’s (The Joker) background and the descent on his mental health.[Read more…] about Therapist Reviews Joker (2019 Movie)
There is excitement in the air in London. Not just because we are seeing a glimpse of the sun through the clouds and feeling the gentle warmth as summer (slowly) comes our way.[Read more…] about We’re making plans again! Let’s go alfresco
I have been blown away by the response from last week’s video. It’s a great feeling putting information out there that is so important for everyone to understand but seen as somewhat taboo. If you can find more understanding of your own mental health through movie reactions, then I’m all for it.
This is what the discussion on mental health has been about, simply wanting people to see and talk about it and not be ashamed or embarrassed.[Read more…] about Reacting to Movie Therapists and Our Expectations