Triggers for Empaths

Triggers for Empaths

When people think of empathy, they often refer to Emotional Empaths – the ability to comprehend other people’s experiences and feelings. Empathy is a precious “superpower” that only 1-2% of the population possesses¹, which is seen as an excellent ability in social interaction.…

Best Anxiety Medication: Lower Symptoms & Panic Attacks

Best Anxiety Medication

I often get asked about the best medications for anxiety. Anxiety disorders can be debilitating and can affect your quality of life. To help manage these symptoms, there are several types of medications that can be prescribed. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are commonly prescribed drugs that work by increasing the amount of serotonin in the brain.…

How to Measure Stress: Proven Self-Care Tactics

Managing Stress

You can’t manage what you don’t measure, and that goes double for stress. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, it’s important to take a step back and assess just how much stress you’re under. Only then can you develop a plan to reduce your stress levels.…

What are Anxiety Tics: Manage Your Common Tic Symptoms

Anxiety Tics

Anxiety tics are a type of tic that can be both physical and mental. They are often characterized by repetitive, meaningless actions or thoughts that someone feels they must do or think in order to relieve anxiety. While most people with anxiety tics don’t find them bothersome, for some, they can be quite bothersome and interfere with daily life.…

Express Yourself: Using Neurodivergent Love Languages

Neurodivergent Love

Humans are social creatures. We thrive in companionship and wilt in isolation. We prioritize our relationships, and friendships and surround ourselves with conceptions of love and partnership. In fact, according to a study done by Al-Khalili et al. in 2012, the phrase “what is love” has been the most searched phrase across internet search engines.…