How To Find A Good Therapist

You have struggled to manage your moods and your mind has continued to be your biggest enemy throughout the day. You have googled tips to manage stress or anxiety or depression and have tried them all to no avail. Speaking to friends or family about how you are feeling has not seemed to help. They either tell you to “grow […]

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Tips To Cope With Seasonal Affective Disorder

This year with these tips to cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder you will improve your mood and increase your chances of avoiding the funk next year! I know, pretty optimistic of me! However, I am confident that finding skills to use in those moments before, during, and after the cold and dark season will set you up for success. Affiliate […]

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A Mindfulness Practice To Ease Your Anxiety

I needed a mindfulness practice to ease anxiety! I’ve dealt with anxiety my entire life so I guess you can say I’ve been studying it for as long as I can remember. As a child growing up in Alabama, there wasn’t much available to me for relief. No one understood or cared to talk about how I was. I was […]

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30 Days Of Goal Slaying: Mental Health Challenge

“Justcallmejess.site is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com The New Year is around the corner and it is the time most spend re-evaluating themselves. Laying out goals to improve themselves in some way. This is why […]

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10 Tips for Living with Bipolar II

You might use the word “Bipolar” to describe the weather in Kansas or to joke about your significant other or when venting about someone. But you might be shocked to realize just how complicated Bipolar Disorder can be.  Hey everyone, I’m Marissa, the blogger at Created Breath. I’m a well-adjusted mom, full time employee, Jesus lover, and crafty woman. I […]

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Myths About Therapy

Let’s debunk a few myths about therapy! Why? Simple, you won’t go unless you know the truth and not the rumors surrounding therapy. It’s 2019 and while we have made good strides towards opening our minds to mental illness, psychotherapy and the effects events have upon our life…we remain slow to take advantage  of resources. Myths About Therapy: “They will […]

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