Animal-Assisted Therapy

   Have you ever thought that humans are so hard to deal with and sometimes the outcome doesn’t even match the effort? Or maybe your social anxiety is so big that you don’t want to seek for help from fellow humans? Don’t worry, animals are there for you.    The animal-assisted therapy (AAT) is a... Continue Reading →

The Dance/Movement Therapy

   Continuing the not-so-common types of therapies series, I’m writing a few words about the dance/movement therapy (also called dance movement psychotherapy in UK). “DMT (or DMP) is the psychotherapeutic use of movement and dance to support intellectual, emotional, and motor functions of the body. As a modality of the creative arts therapies, DMT looks at the correlation between movement and... Continue Reading →

The Writing Therapy

   This is the form of therapy that we benefit the most, as bloggers. If we think about it, that’s why the writers write. They want to express what’s inside them and this eases their inner universe. The ideas or the pain get out and once the separation happened, the writers feel relieved.    A... Continue Reading →

Music – A great therapeutic tool

   Have you ever heard about music therapy? I’m sure you’ve experienced how music changes your mood or state or mind and because of this, some dudes went deep into this and they set up the bases of this new-ish type of therapy. “Music therapy is the use of music to improve clients' quality of life... Continue Reading →

About Communication – Reblog

   The more specific I try to be in my speech, the more ambiguity I can notice in how my phrases initially try to come out. It’s interesting how something as common as language can create so many different thoughts and ideas, which can modify our behavior. Because of this, I’m reblogging my post about... Continue Reading →

Perfection equals Paralysis

   In the search of creating a post, I stumbled across this video that reminded me something I often forget: perfection is a self-imposed standard impossible to achieve. But we all want to achieve it in whatever we do.    It’s healthy to strive for perfection, but it’s not healthy to expect to achieve it.... Continue Reading →

What happens when you’re too tired?

   Frustrations. That’s what happens. The self control gets so challenged that it might not be useful anymore. And everything comes out. Everything. Even things that are not there. And you know what? When we get overwhelmed by frustrations, solutions don’t even matter anymore. It’s all a cocktail of anger, sadness and frustrations, each of... Continue Reading →

Life sucks? – Reblog

   Well, it doesn’t, but we surely think so from time to time. Today I encountered some problems that shouldn’t exist in the first place, but hey, at least, I didn’t got bored. Anyway, this made me think about the post I wrote a while back about problems so I want to share it with... Continue Reading →

Learning to Be Skeptical

Provided by MyStori from Believing & Learning If you went back and read just what I have done on this blog, especially early. The main theme was inexplicably getting back to where I believed in God. It’s been something on my list of things for a while and is one of my new year’s resolutions... Continue Reading →

Impossible? Think again!

   How often do you have a crazy idea and after that you think it will never become a reality? You get from excited to sad very quickly, don’t you? That’s because the actual reality doesn’t match with the future one if you don’t know how it can be done. And that happens all the... Continue Reading →

Fuel for Your Soul

   The week is almost done, but we still have lots of things to do. You’re probably tired because of all the things you’ve done so far, therefore I’d like to help you find some motivation to push forward until you complete your goals for this week.    Here are some quotes that I find... Continue Reading →

The Language of Emotions

   If you think about a particular emotion, how many words can you use to express it? How many words do you know to express a different side of an emotion? There are more than you might think.    I recently stumbled across a list of feelings with the associated words, and the list is... Continue Reading →

The Ghosts from The Past

   Is the past still haunting you? How big is its influence? From time to time the past can screw us up. Big time. And it’s not because something happened in the present or because some past actions have some consequences in the present, but because we have memories. Did ever happen to you to... Continue Reading →

Who’s in charge of YOU?

   Have you ever wondered from where do our thoughts and feelings come? I’m currently reading Incognito by David Eagleman and in the first half of this book I got the idea that somehow our conscious self is the last one to know about… everything. The underlying processes decide everything and we are informed about... Continue Reading →

I Was Taught to Keep it All Inside

Provided by CP from Papagni Pages       I've been on an honesty kick for a long time and it doesn't always work for me. Up against a wall    You hear a lot about gay people "coming out" these days. There are many incredible stories; each unique and compelling. Mine is no different -- act straight,... Continue Reading →

Is It Worth The Risk?

Provided by Scherezade Ozwulo from Scherezade’s Labyrinth *originally posted on Scherezade’s Labyrinth*    You ever had a not so often mentioned concept become a hot topic once one person brings it up? Or The Universe has a topic it wants to have discussed because maybe, it needs to be addressed and it’s seen or heard... Continue Reading →

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