Spring Self Care Ideas

Hello friends! I made something for you - with spring coming up soon and everyone in a panic over this COVID-19 virus spreading - here are a few things you can do for self care. I hope you enjoy! Self Care Ideas

Misconceptions About Borderline Personality Disorder – Payton via In The Flux

Borderline Personality Disorder is probably one of the most stigmatized yet underrepresented mental illnesses out there. What people know about BPD, if anything, is often times cherry-picked and wrapped in Hollywood style dramatics. This exaggerated idea of us even finds its way into the mental health system. Many mental health professionals don't want to work … Continue reading Misconceptions About Borderline Personality Disorder – Payton via In The Flux

Money Stress and Budget – Hannah Coe

January is often the month that we’re skint and money stress is at its high. Overspent on Christmas and no money left for the New Year... December pay checks are usually paid before Christmas, which although great for the Christmas budget, isn’t as good for the bills. To top it all, January is also a … Continue reading Money Stress and Budget – Hannah Coe

Love and Lust – Megan Whitsett

The feeling of falling in love.  It's having a special someone on your mind 24/7. It's craving their attention, their voice, their touch. It's wishing they were there with you every day, holding you, whispering sweet things in your ear, and telling you how much they love you.  Is this love? Or is this simply … Continue reading Love and Lust – Megan Whitsett

Valentine’s Day and Holiday Coping – Lexie Wohler

When holidays such as Valentines Day come about, do you find yourself getting down in the dumps? Does the thought of being around a large crowd for Valentine’s Day or any holiday frighten you, or make you anxious?  Does decorating for the holidays stress you out? How about preparing for a family reunion with a … Continue reading Valentine’s Day and Holiday Coping – Lexie Wohler

How Fashion Helped Me Work through Depression – Peter Minkoff

Societal norms and cultural expectations can often be too much too process, and they can slowly erode your self-confidence and your beliefs, simply because you do not fit some sort of a mold. I’ve lived and grown my entire life in a very loving community, a metropolis as colorful as they come. But that can … Continue reading How Fashion Helped Me Work through Depression – Peter Minkoff