Busting some myths about suicide

Suicide is not a pleasant topic to talk about. But we need to talk about this too. Too many people struggle in silence, while we have many people on the other side, who judge the first ones because they don’t know enough about it. I know I won’t change the world, but I might help … Read more

Challenge your fears

Currently I’m studying The Psychology of Thrill Seekers. I’ve learned that there are some differences between men and women when it comes to this type of behavior. In the past women weren’t allowed to participate in some activities which were reserved for men only. But with the years, many things changed. There are more and … Read more

The toxic world of self-help

I already wrote a few lines about what happens when biohacking goes wrong. About how I became a huge fan of cold showers, intermittent fasting and followed many other advice from all sorts of sources. With only one goal in my mind – to improve myself in some ways. But then something went wrong. Because … Read more

Guest post: Tribalism

In an essay written at the end of World War II, George Orwell wrote, “the habit of identifying oneself with a single nation or other unit, placing it beyond good and evil and recognizing no other duty than that of advancing its interests. . . . .”1 Orwell is referring to to tribalism as it often is demonstrated in our cultures. Why are Human’s Tribalistic? … Read more

Coping with suicidal thoughts

I try to focus on the bright side of everything as much as possible here. But the fact is, life has many dark ones too. I struggle with suicidal thoughts on a daily basis sometimes. They are usually a part of depression. But not in my case. This post will be focused on people with … Read more

A few tips for personal bloggers

There are plenty of great tips about blogging. But I would like to share with you some specific ones. 1. Don’t write about the subject you haven’t processed properly yet. This great advice came from Mea. Otherwise, you can get into some unnecessary emotional drama. This is why I often encourage everybody who struggles with … Read more

About that always missing part

There’s one thing that many of us have in common. It’s that constant craving thing. No matter where you are or with whom No matter how great things are in life, you can’t get rid of the feeling that there is always something missing. Not all the time, but many times. This feeling can push … Read more

Let’s talk about (C)PTSD

Many of us have PTSD or even CPTSD. But too many people are quiet about it, suffering in silence. I did it as well, but I’ve learned that talking doesn’t hurt. It can even help if you’re surrounded by the right people. Thank you dear readers for being one of them as well. I’ve collected … Read more

I’m Not My Diagnosis – What About You?

When it comes to mental health, I can be a walking psychiatry book. I was misdiagnosed a couple of times, I was able to sent away some of the “demons”, but I always keep one or two in my head. Just in case I was getting bored. Joke aside. Since we don’t use much appropriate … Read more