Psychological well-being consists of positive relationships with others, personal mastery, autonomy, a feeling of purpose and meaning in life. Achieving Overall Personal development. Nobody’s outlook will look exactly the same, in fact, mine might even change in the next few months, years and so on. But, right now these are my 5 so let’s dive into My top 5 well-being practices for Finding peace, clarity & happinessRead More
Behind this blog I am a bookworm I always have either a book in my hand or playing through audible, I just love to read. Over the months, my goodreads account has grown massively full of all genres from novels to fantasy and even more so since I started my Level 2 counselling course. Today's blog everyday challenge is; Lists / your top 10 recommendations and I couldn't think of a more fitting list than....Read More
UK i’m coming for you! Not in the literal sense, yet, but as a psychology / counselling student the UK amongst many other destinations is right at the top of my bucket list. Since I began my course 6 weeks ago I have been searching for some places across the UK to visit to further my knowledge in the psychology world.Read More
This month i am taking part in a blogging challenge - Blog everyday in November which has been created by Wellness Blogger Elizabeth Dhokia. This is an opportunity to get motivated, inspired and accountable to create content. Day 1 is a chance to share who you are and what you stand for, I decided to do a little spin on this topic by sharing my manifesto which essentially shares all of this but it an intentional and meaningful way.Read More
Being self-aware you will be able to Consider and maybe even explore the opinions of others but you make the final decision in your life. Without second guessing yourself you will be aware of your feelings, thoughts, needs and wants. You will be able to empathise with others without taking on their burden.Read More
Studying in college can be quite difficult, especially if you don't know how to it effectively. One of my new favourite techniques for studying effectively is by creating a study guide. It helps me revise the content of the class whilst also making me study valuable information I need to pass the course. This step by step guide should help you create your own as well as explain why it's an effective study method you should try!Read More
On one end of the spectrum the majority of people specialising in psychology do not concern themselves with issues of spirit and rejects ideas that are not scientifically quantifiable. On the other end of the spectrum are spiritualists who believe psychological work is an indulgent reinforcement of the story of the false self. Then you have people like myself who lie in between, believing that spirituality and psychology complement and support each other.Read More
self-care is anything but a one-time act. It is a mindset and a process.
The term "self-care" was pioneered by medical and mental health professionals who prescribed healthy lifestyle changes and stress management behaviours. Unfortunately, it's since become mainstream and profitable for advertisers to perpetuate the fantasy that self-care can be easy and can be achieved simply.Read More
Just like that my life has changed dramatically
I have always loved science and after suffering in the past with poor mental health I discovered spiritual practices (Yoga, meditation, mindfulness) so I think the link between science and spirituality is an area I need to explore. Even if I just inspire one person to discover something new, this would be all worth it. So here it is, my brand new blog. Let's see where this adventure takes me.Read More
Self-compassion is showing love, understanding and concern, without judgement for someone who is suffering. Self-compassion has so many benefits one of the most prominent is the effect it has on mental health. Through self-compassion we can be more loving and compassionate towards other but most importantly towards ourselves.