5 Ways You Can Help Your Partner With Anxiety

When it comes to supporting your significant other with their anxiety symptoms, it’s the small things that make all the difference. This post includes tips that anyone can utilize. You don’t have to be trained in suicide prevention or mental illnesses to help your partner! Use these suggestions to help your partner get through their anxiety, and to show them that you’re there for them.

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26 Struggles You Know If You Have Trichotillomania

Trichitollomania is an impulse control disorder that causes people to pull out the hair on their scalp, eyebrows, eyelashes, or anywhere else.  Attempts to stop lead to distress and are usually unsuccessful.  Sometimes, people call it “trich” because it’s shorter.  I’ve been dealing with trichotillomania since I was 14, and I tug at my hair nearly […]

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How To Make an Anxiety Tool Kit

An anxiety tool kit is a collection of objects and/or resources that you can use to calm yourself down during stressful times.  It can be portable (in the form of a wristlet or section of your bag), virtual (in the form of bookmarked links and images), or in a box at home.  I made a portable tool kit in therapy last summer, and it was helpful for those summer parties where I felt socially awkward and nervous to meet new people.

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Stigma Bingo

People stigmatize anxiety and depression on a daily basis. I decided to compile some of the obnoxious responses to anxiety and depression into Bingo boards.  If you were to mark off every box that contains something you’ve dealt with, would you wind up with a Bingo? I made these to help bring awareness to the judgement […]

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