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An accident – whether on the roads, in your workplace or your place of residence – is a source of both physical and mental pain. Often, it’s the physical pain that subsides after a few days or weeks, and the mental pain that can remain in the form of paranoia, fear, anxiety, or other mental health maladies. It’s, therefore, the purpose of this article to consider closely the self-care touches that you can take to...


“Everyone mistook my depression, anxiety, and struggles to connect with people as me being ‘shy.’ I would just internalize and was very introverted when dealing with things. It took me many years to realize I wasn’t actually shy like everyone assumed.” — Sarah C” (1). Childhood is traditionally viewed as the time in life to be free of worry, but teens these days are navigating a different state of reality. A recent study published by...


It’s everywhere. Have you seen it? It’s the rise of the rainbow. The rainbow emoji is one I started using early this year for the first time. I found a rainbow jumper in the charity shop, took a picture of me in it, stuck it on Insta, tagged it with a rainbow. The rainbow emoji found its way into my favourites. Not only mine, now I’m noticing it everywhere. I see rainbow wrapping paper and...

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