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This is a source for deep thinkers, lifelong learners and truth seekers.

Here you will find thought-provoking and informative content to give you inspiration, food for thought and new ideas on how to uncover your inner potential. Our purpose is to help you expand your knowledge and consciousness, discover yourself and become a better person.

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Knowing The 7 Stages of Grief Will Help You Survive Loss, Break-up, and Trauma

By | July 18th, 2018|

At an early age, I learned the stages of grief. Later, I applied these stages firsthand. Through death, divorce, and trauma, I learned to survive. Grief comes in many forms. Whether you lose a loved one to disease or you suffer the pains of divorce, grief hurts with the same intensity. In fact, stages of grief closely mirror each other from one heartache to the next. That’s why it’s so easy to apply these stages [...]

Expressive Therapy: How Creating Artwork Can Help You Heal Mental Illness

By | July 17th, 2018|

Expressive therapy is creating art for the sake of expressing oneself rather than focusing on the final result. It has numerous mental health benefits and is widely used in psychotherapy. People all over the world enjoy creating artwork as it is a very inspiring and relaxing activity. It gives them a chance to create new art pieces and show how things look from their perspective. Thanks to art, they can express how different, normal things [...]

Things Toxic Parents Do and Say That Have a Lifetime Effect on Their Children

By | July 16th, 2018|

As children, we look to our parents for love, support, guidance, and validation. But what if those parents are toxic parents? What if everything they do to us, tell us, show us or provide for us is damaging? Some children raised in an abusive environment will focus on surviving. Others might not even realise they have toxic parents until they reach adulthood. When we are children, we soak up information about the world. This can [...]

20 Signs of Coercive Control That Reveal Manipulation in a Relationship

By | July 15th, 2018|

Would you be able to recognise the signs of coercive control if it was present in your relationship? I thought I would, but it is only after years of reflection that I realise I was being controlled in a number of ways. The thing about coercive control is that it’s pretty hard to pin down exactly what it is. It’s not physical or mental abuse. In my situation, I knew deep down things weren’t [...]

14 Signs of Stress and Non-Obvious Psychological Causes of It

By | July 14th, 2018|

There are signs of stress you may not have thought of before. Stress doesn’t just come from some horrible traumatic event. Unfortunately, there are many things which can cause stress, some imagined and some real. There are common stressors and even situations that call for the fight or flight action, which is considered fairly normal. Signs of stress will be present in many situations, but there are uncommon stressors which might not be understood [...]

7 Ways Social Isolation Affects Your Intelligence & Mental Health

By | July 13th, 2018|

We live in a world where we now can be more connected to one another than ever before. Despite this though, many people still suffer because of social isolation. Furthermore, there are some people who choose to isolate themselves. Social isolation and loneliness are obviously intricately connected. This can lead to people suffering from anxiety and other mental health issues. However, is social isolation purely a bad thing or could there be times when it [...]

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