All About Love Languages

How do you show love? Are you more physical and direct, or do you appreciate indirect love like random acts of kindness here and there? What do you need or think you will need from a partner? These ideas can be categorized through love languages, which are different ways of expressing and receiving love. EvenContinue reading “All About Love Languages”

How To Positively Reframe Your Mind

New Year’s Resolutions can sometimes be corny, but they can also be a great way for a fresh start. Changing your mindset about life will not happen in an instant, but you have to start somewhere! You can positively reframe your mind this year in a few simple ways. 1. Write a personal vision statementContinue reading “How To Positively Reframe Your Mind”

The Symptoms and Treatments for Seasonal Affective Disorder: SAD Part 2

Finals are coming up. People are getting sick. It’s freezing cold outside and you have no motivation to get out of bed. It gets dark at 5 pm, for god’s sake! The only thing keeping you going is the holiday season- oh wait, never mind, all your winter plans might be canceled because of COVID-19.Continue reading “The Symptoms and Treatments for Seasonal Affective Disorder: SAD Part 2”

Finding your Inner Self Through Detachment

It is human nature to thrive off of human connection, it is one of the only ways to maintain an enjoyable life. Yet, you may have noticed that a person who made you so happy at a given point in your life no longer speaks to you. The people you thought could not live withoutContinue reading “Finding your Inner Self Through Detachment”

Being an Anxious Introvert

Updated: Jun 24, 2020 The Google definition of an extrovert is “outgoing and socially confident.” I mean, who doesn’t want to be one? On the other hand, many of us have been taught from a young age that being quiet and reserved are negative personality traits. Even if people don’t directly say it, they say thingsContinue reading “Being an Anxious Introvert”