Reviews

Is Take Your Pills A Propaganda Film?

In today’s mental health landscape, there’s a global desire to operate at an optimal level all the time. Whether it’s Depression, Bipolar Disorder, or ADHD, we all have the desire to regain control over our ourselves and emotions. Enter Adderall, a...

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How The Perks Of Being a Wallflower Got Me Out Of Bed

After three days in a housecoat, many canceled plans and missed calls, I knew I was deeply depressed. I needed a good cry, but I didn’t want to go down a rabbit hole of journaling my feelings. Eventually, I answered a text from one of my sweetest...

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Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman | Book Review

My longterm relationship just ended due to a lack of Emotional Intelligence. Most people believe that IQ is the greatest indicator of success in life, but in my opinion, Emotional Quotient (EQ) is the superior metric for life success. My EQ used to...

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The Six Pillars of Self Esteem | Book Review

In the land of social media, it’s hard to cultivate self-love. Validation is offered up on superficial platforms that favor those keen on branding. Sometimes our relationships (friendships and love lives) can suffer from comparison. Highlight reels...

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Seeing Allred | Documentary Review

The new Netflix documentary ‘Seeing Allred’ allows for a rare look into the private life of 76-year-old civil rights attorney Gloria Allred. Gloria’s fight for women’s rights paved the way for #MeToo to come to light and public opinion is just now...

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Crushing It | Book Review

For my first six years in sales, I never took a vacation. I loved the grind and the hustle and glory of it all. I didn’t know I had a mental illness at the time, and I mistook the highs and lows as “part of the game” in sales. It wasn’t until my...

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My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend | Review

The Critics have been raving about My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. It handles the topic of mental health very tastefully, and we’ll be discussing Season 3 in this article. The premise of the show is that Rebecca, a 38-year-old who works at a prestigious...

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I, Tonya | Movie Review

In 1992, I was 16 years old and an avid sports fan of all kinds. The memory of Nancy Kerrigan crying ‘Why? Why? Why?’ after being hit in the knee with a billy club by an unknown perpetrator has been burned into my memory, and I can...

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The End of the Fucking World | Review

The End of the Fucking World is about teens facing realistic challenges while struggling with mental health and trauma. It’s brilliant. BEFORE THIS REVIEW CONTINUES, I’M WARNING YOU THAT THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS. SORRY! The movie is about...

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Mommy Dead & Dearest | Review

HBO’s Mommy Dead and Dearest documentary is one of those unbelievable tales of terror that’s unfortunately true. It’s about Gypsy Rose, who is a frail girl in a wheelchair with a learning disability, and no hair from Leukaemia. And one day...

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Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired After living in my house for 8 years, I felt I needed a change of scenery as my life just wasn’t headed in the right direction.  It was the first and only house that I’ve ever owned and I was never...

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The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Brian Cullinan

The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Brian Cullinan Do you know who Brian Cullinan is? Well, you do now. He’s the PricewaterhouseCoopers partner that handed the wrong envelope to Warren Beatty the other night at the Academy Awards. And now...

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Phobia List

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A Ablutophobia – Fear of Washing or Bathing. Acarophobia – Fear of Itching or of the Insects That Cause Itching. Acerophobia – Fear of Sourness. Achluophobia – Fear of Darkness. Acousticophobia – Fear of Noise....

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