Why Nature Documentaries Are the Best TV Shows for Your Mental Health

Not all TV shows are created equal, especially when it comes to your mental health. We should all be mindful of the types of media we consume on a regular basis and how it impacts our mind (including TV, movies, … Continue reading

How a Sobering Walk Through a Cemetery Can Help Reinvigorate Your Life

Thinking about death is often something that we try to avoid at all costs, but could there be a psychological benefit to it? There’s an emerging concept in psychology known as Terror Management Theory (TMT) that explores how humans respond … Continue reading

Communing With Our Demons: Metaprogramming Automatic Thinking

This is a guest post by Erick Godsey at Metaprogramming, a fantastic site that’s described as “Where Science and and Self-Development Take Psilocybin Together.” Check it out! “Man can know himself only in so far as he can become conscious … Continue reading

How to Change Your Relationship with Stuff: Recognizing There’s More to Life Than Material Things

“I wish everyone could become rich and famous so they can realize it’s not the answer.” Jim Carrey What’s your relationship with stuff like? Are you someone who is always seeking more things – whether it be a new car, … Continue reading

You’re Afraid of Negative Thinking – And It Makes You Weak!

One big indicator of mental health is not fearing any single thought you may have. It’s easy to become obsessed with our thoughts – especially what we consider “negative thinking.” We try to wrestle with these negative thoughts inside our … Continue reading