Often times we all sink so low that we think we can't go lower. No motivation, no will to get up in the morning. During these are times we feel beyond hopeless. And in the midst of despair, a blessing comes along in the form of a person. This person listens with an open ear … Continue reading Receive Support, Provide Support
Hey Everyone and Welcome to our Social Media Promotion - Where you can promote your own page: blog, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or more. We aim to build a community of persons belonging to a diverse range of fields. Here's how to promote your pages: Post the link of your blog, and/or social media pages in … Continue reading Meet and Greet – Promote Your Sites
https://www.facebook.com/soulsearchers2017/ 'Like' our Facebook account! ^ In line with our goals to assist and provide support to persons experiencing mental or emotional pain, we established a facebook page to reach a wider range of people. We will post updates on our content, post articles, pictures, videos or anything in line with psychology, counselling, mental health, … Continue reading FACEBOOK!!
05.03.2018 FACT: YOU are responsible for your happiness. In fact, you are the only one who can create your happiness. Time and time again, you attract, manifest your own happiness. You are the architect of your own reality! You choose your thoughts, perceptions and your reaction to external forces. You possess ALL of the tools … Continue reading #ThoughtForInspiration
Major #tb to Biology class! The Brain The brain is an amazing three-pound organ that controls all functions of the body, interprets information from the outside world and embodies the essence of the mind and the soul. Intelligence, creativity, emotion and memory are a few of the many things governed by the brain. The brain receives … Continue reading Thinking about thinking! -Cognitive Distortions
A particular strain of this "bad is stronger than good" bias is critical when it comes to tackling change --> A problem focus. How can we identify this? Let's consider this situation -> One day your child comes home from school with their end of term report card. You discover that he/she got: one A … Continue reading Finding the Bright Spots!
What are Manipulatives? Manipulatives are physical objects that students can use to assist or enhance learning of any particular subjects. Manipulatives can include toys, shapes, rice, counters, sticks, bottles covers, and much more. Most times, manipulatives are used in teaching Mathematics, however, they can used to teach any subject that can be linked to physical … Continue reading Manipulatives in the Classroom
Depression (major depressive disorder) is characterized by deep feelings of sadness, isolation and loss of interest in activities that are usually pleasurable. A person experiencing depression may have trouble sleeping, sleep too much, lose or gain appetite, feel worthless and guilty, and experience fatigue and thoughts of suicide. Depression does not only involve ‘mental’ or … Continue reading Psychological Causal Factors of Depression Pt 1
Tip to help with an Anxiety Attack Look around you Find: 5 things that you can see; 4 things you can touch; 3 things you can hear; 2 things you can smell; 1 thing you can taste. This is called GROUNDING. It can help when you fell like you have lost all control of your … Continue reading Anxiety
The chemical dopamine, associated with pleasure and motivation, differs from serotonin which is related to contentment and true happiness. You can get contentment from apps or shopping but you can click your way to a whole lot of reward and pleasure. The language difference between"pleasure" and "happiness" may be subtle but the chemical differences are … Continue reading Pleasure vs True Happiness