Photo by Edoardo Tommasini on Pexels.com Metal magazine is delighted to announce that we have been nominated for an award at this years Mental Health Blog Awards! Mental Magazine's very own editor Aaron Patel has been nominated as a finalist in the 'Creative of the year' category at the 2022 Mental Health Blog Awards. The … Continue reading MENTAL HEALTH BLOG AWARDS 2022: We Are Nominated!
Photo by Ivan Samkov on Pexels.com We are all filled with the most precious resource in the world. This resource is capable of extraordinary things, its power is limitless and its application immeasurable. What am I talking about here? Unlocking potential. Unlocking Potential - Keeping The Lion In The Cage Smothered For me struggling with … Continue reading Unlocking Potential – Keeping The Lion In The Cage
Photo by Suzy Hazelwood on Pexels.com A person who deals with this type of anxiety usually retracts from social events. On Social Anxiety Social events are perceived as noisy places where one can´t think straight. Conversations around topics that can go from boring and superficial to downright invasive, scary, and embarrassing. The guard is always … Continue reading On Social Anxiety
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com When you are struggling with a mental health issue, possibly the biggest challenge you will face is reaching out for help. One of the major factors in creating this obstacle is trying to imagine just what shape that therapy is going to come in? One big mistake? The prospect of … Continue reading What Is Therapy Actually Like? – A guide
Photo by Andrew Neel on Pexels.com Being open and honest about your mental health can be challenging. You just don’t know how people are going to react, what they will say or how they will see you afterwards. It can really take you out of your comfort zone. It may also leave you asking ‘what … Continue reading Mental Health And Starting The Conversation – A Guide