awareness


Conversation #4
Depression and Anxiety
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…are often close friends Depression and anxiety are not only the most common mental illnesses, they are also very likely to occur together. Either simultaneously or one leading to the other. We have already had a conversation about depression, eating disorders and persistent depressive disorder and learned that each struggle […]


Lessons from
the mental hospital

In society’s architecture, mental hospitals are the garden sheds; they may be excluded from the main construction plan, but they are built close enough to store everything that the main plan won’t fit. With feelings being an intimate and raw expression of our inner worlds, our mental health is a […]


Domestic violence- What’s love got to do with it?

What’s love got to do with it? (Tina Turner, world famous singer and victim of domestic abuse) With the #metoo movement in full swing, women, supported by their sisters around the world and – sometimes for the first time – heard by the men in their lives, are using the […]


A neuroscientific approach to spice up your life

Bachir Boumaaza, aka Athene on Youtube, a professional gamer from Belgium, gives prescious insights into neurological findings.  Whaaat? A gamer? Yep you heard right! I stumbled upon his video and for me it has been an eye opener and so I want to share his explanations about how to change disadvantageous dynamics that […]