Compulsive Spending : The Addiction (2)

There are as a lot of reasons to overshop as there are over shoppers. Everyone is a way of trying to deal with barbed individual problems and unmet personal wants. Mostly individuals shop to comfort themselves, temporarily ease depression, defeat negative self image,...

Dealing with depression

Ceaseless worry, doubt or negativism may be caused from mental illness like depression. It may also deduce from side effects of a medicine, diet or from being extremely stressed. If your way of thinking is impacting how you act around other people by altering your...

Depression and sleep

Sleep furnishes the armor you require to battle depression. Without enough rest, you’re more susceptible to those damaging messages twirling around in your brain, and less able to do beneficial things on your own behalf. If you’re fighting with insomnia,...

Depression and alcohol

Equal to 40 % of individuals who drink heavily have symptoms that resemble a depressive sickness. All the same, when these same individuals are not drinking heavy, only 5% of men and 10% of woman have symptoms fitting the diagnostic standards for depression – not that...

A word on fear

Fear is without a doubt among the strongest and most influential emotional responses we have, and it may act as both a protective and destructive force depending upon the situation. Obviously, fear may help us avoid grievous situations, triggering the fight or flight...

Public Speaking and anxiety

Public speaking isn’t something that everyone is used to. Some of us become jittery and break into a cold sweat even at the prospect of speaking to a handful of people. In a group, some of us stammer and become nervous even when they have to speak to an unfamiliar...