Movie Therapy For Your Mental Health


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Movie Therapy For Your Mental Health

Cinematherapy, also known as movie therapy or film therapy, is a fascinating approach that uses movies and films to promote emotional well-being, self-reflection, and personal growth. Let’s delve into the world of cinematherapy: What Is Cinematherapy? Cinematherapy involves intentionally selecting and watching movies with the purpose of improving mental health, enhancing self-awareness, and addressing emotional issues. It recognizes […]

Finding Balance: Addressing Burnout During Mental Health Awareness Month

May marks Mental Health Awareness Month, a time dedicated to breaking the stigma around mental health issues and promoting the message that seeking help is a sign of strength. This year, let’s shine a light on a common but often overlooked condition: burnout. Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by prolonged stress. […]

Benefits of Daily Rituals

Daily rituals can provide structure, consistency, and a sense of purpose and can be essential for building and maintaining healthy self-esteem. Here are 7 you can try out today. Love yourself, you deserve it!

Why Is Gratitude Important?

“Regularly practicing and expressing gratitude has many benefits, both short- and long-term. Psychologists have highly researched gratitude and find it to be among the main focuses of positive psychology. Evidence suggests that people who consciously count their blessings tend to be happier and less depressed. But how? Gratitude changes our brains. Research has found that […]

Anxiety Symptoms Explained

You may already know that anxiety is caused by uncertainty and danger, and can be triggered by nothing in particulary or by something specific, such as a smell or sound. When we are anxious we experience a variety of symptoms that can be annoying, confusing or scary, depending on their intensity. These symptoms all have […]

20 Ways to Calm Yourself

Its holiday season and you know what that means… increased stress and anxiety, at least for many of us. We usually know what our triggers are- family, not enough sleep, too much sugar- but less obvious is ways to manage our overactive nervous system. When someone tells you to “just calm down” and that doesn’t […]