Category Archives: Mental Health

Good news everyone, we have moved into our new home! — Erratic engineeress

–snip– If I am honest, it has been a tough time for both of us as we have been doing most of the work by ourselves in the afternoons after our regular jobs and both of us are currently doing … Continue reading

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What Is… Moral Typecasting — Mental Health @ Home

Moral typecasting is a concept first described in a 2009 paper by psychologists Kurt Grey and Daniel Wegner. Not everyone agrees that it’s actually a thing, but it’s an interesting idea. It involves casting people as either moral agents or … Continue reading

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GROLAR By Thorsten Nesch — J. M. NORTHUP

Grolar: half grizzly bear, half polar bear Jon lost his job in Vancouver and finds work at a small gold mining camp. His wife and his young son join him. When the toddler shows them what he had found near … Continue reading

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Depression, Anhedonia, and the Brain — Mental Health @ Home

Anhedonia, which refers to decreased ability to experience pleasure in normally pleasurable things, is a core symptom of depression; in fact, you can get a diagnosis of major depressive disorder without depressed mood if you have anhedonia.–snip– Depression, Anhedonia, and … Continue reading

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Book Review: What Happened to Make You Anxious? — Mental Health @ Home

–snip– The author explains that anxiety’s purpose is to communicate about potential dangers that it’s trying to protect you from. “As you become aware of your own unresolved past experiences, you will gain insight into the ways in which your … Continue reading

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Should You Care About the Technical Side of Blogging? — Mental Health @ Home

There’s a lot that one can learn about blogging, and one of the things I like about it is that there’s always more to learn. But do you actually need to fuss over learning the technical side of blogging? And … Continue reading

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15 Ways To Track Your Self-Care In Your Bullet Journal – Bournemouth Girl

If you need some bullet journal page ideas for self-care, you have come to the right place! Everyone’s lives are getting busier with balancing so many different priorities, it can be really easy to keep going and forgetting to check … Continue reading

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My Book Review of Savoring the Camino de Santiago: It’s the Pilgrimage, Not the Hike — J. M. NORTHUP

I love history, biographies, and Rick Steve. I’m not big on travel books or memoirs, but I do enjoy new experiences. It’s important to me to expand my mind by exposing myself to unexpected things, so I grabbed this book. … Continue reading

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My Book Review of The Bad Seed Goes to the Library (I Can Read Level 1) — J. M. NORTHUP

I love Jory John’s work. Such great illustrations for adorable stories, which kids can easily relate to. Parents/teachers can enjoy them, as well. My Book Review of The Bad Seed Goes to the Library (I Can Read Level 1)

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SCHOOL-THEMED STORIES: Level 1 – I Can Read! — J. M. NORTHUP

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