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Depression: My Story - Part 3

Six weeks into my treatment and things were starting to pick up. I was back to doing housework and dishes. Now this might sound ridiculous, but to people who know me this was shocking behaviour. 502 more words


The Beautiful Lessons We Can Learn from Mean Old People

“Teelllllll me you got the part,” the tiny, elderly woman across from me coos as she comes flying out of nowhere at her tiny, elderly friend. 1,097 more words



Somethings you may not know about massage.

Do you know massage is really, really good for you.

Do you know i get one massage a week lately. 246 more words

What I talk about when I talk about success

I remember vividly how I got myself caned in primary school. Being careless, I left a few questions unanswered and got punished because the result wasn’t perfect. 545 more words

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Depression: My Story - Part 2

Later on that day I was sitting in the doctors surgery. The doctor discussed what was going on with me. I was asked to fill out a questionnaire that covered everything from suicidal thoughts to social interactions. 461 more words


The Power of Empathy: Explained In A Charming and Comprehensive Way

In this delightfully animated short, Dr. Brené Brown presents the power of empathy in relationships and the reason why sympathy is a sadly objective and cold approach to raw emotion. 77 more words


Depression: My Story - Part 1

Depression is a common mental disorder. According to the World Health Organisation, more than 350 million people of all ages suffer from depression globally. It is estimated that 1 in every 4 people will be affected by mental illness in their lives. 633 more words