Can social media leave you socially isolated?

This article has been submitted to us by Counselling in Melbourne, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Using Social media sites for networking and connecting with friends and family has become an incessant part of people’s lives. Most people prefer this medium of interaction as it allows them instant connectivity with everyone in their network … Continue reading Can social media leave you socially isolated?

What to do when you have a depression relapse

This article has been submitted to us by Counselling in Melbourne, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Everyone feels sad or low at different points of time in their life. However, depression is not normal sadness. Depression is a mental health condition in which a person feels chronically sad, fatigued, worthless, socially withdrawn and unable … Continue reading What to do when you have a depression relapse

Finding the light: a journey of self-acceptance, self-discovery and community awareness – part 1

This article has been submitted to us by Deb Roberts, Director of Yogabean and a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. I want to gain acceptance of myself (all of me) and with that discover how to live and breathe easier and give others the possibility of the same vision. Success is a complicated and largely … Continue reading Finding the light: a journey of self-acceptance, self-discovery and community awareness – part 1

When Sadness Clashes with Holidays

It’s over “the season to be jolly? Not necessarily. For many people who dread the stress of gift giving, parties, attending dysfunctional family gatherings would be happy it’s all over and begin to enjoy the holiday season after the New Year's celebrations has ended. Wrong, the remainder of your holidays can be anything but pleasurable. … Continue reading When Sadness Clashes with Holidays

Christmas depression? – Not Again

Holidays are often a time of joy and celebration, but for some people they are anything but. One of the things that makes Christmas more difficult is that there tends to be a long build-up about it; the shops are full of decorations and gifts and there’s a bombardment of media during the holidays showing … Continue reading Christmas depression? – Not Again