The Feel Good Blog
Self Esteem Affirmations

bardotwitches:

  1. I am attracting great things into my life.
  2. I am supported by the Universe.
  3. Today I am capable of handling anything that happens.
  4. I am a divine being of light.
  5. I can trust and rely on myself.
  6. My worth as a human being is unconditional. 
  7. I am unconditionally loved by the Universe. 
  8. I am extremely successful in all of my ventures.
  9. I’m worthy of a great life.
  10. I’m worthy of being treated well.
queennubian:

secretlifeofateenblogger:

I keep forgetting what the differences are in the over the counter pain relievers, so I made a handy chart.

THANK YOU OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

queennubian:

secretlifeofateenblogger:

I keep forgetting what the differences are in the over the counter pain relievers, so I made a handy chart.

THANK YOU OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Websites for when you want to:
mandimoojooce:

felicityredbarrow:

sappire-charizard:

six6vi:

Just in case

I’m actually going to reblog a thing just because this is really important.
As someone who has epilepsy and used to have several grand mal seizures a day, I’d also like to add that “offer help” can range anywhere from keeping the person calm to explaining to them where they are and what they were doing to even just telling them they should sit and rest for a while longer (lack or coordination is common, and it can be hard to walk straight or see clearly).
It’s okay for them to take up to a half hour to fully regain their bearings and sort out what they were doing prior to the seizure. Just answer any questions calmly and be there for support.
If they come around and you start to panic or shake them or ask them what the heck is wrong with them they are going to freak out and panic too.
I cannot stress it enough that this is bad.
If someone has a seizure and they come out of it, please. please stay calm.They are likely disoriented and confused, even if it’s only for a minute or two, and you don’t want them panicking on top of that because they can have another seizure as a result.

IMPORTANT

Read! This is so important.

mandimoojooce:

felicityredbarrow:

sappire-charizard:

six6vi:

Just in case

I’m actually going to reblog a thing just because this is really important.

As someone who has epilepsy and used to have several grand mal seizures a day, I’d also like to add that “offer help” can range anywhere from keeping the person calm to explaining to them where they are and what they were doing to even just telling them they should sit and rest for a while longer (lack or coordination is common, and it can be hard to walk straight or see clearly).

It’s okay for them to take up to a half hour to fully regain their bearings and sort out what they were doing prior to the seizure. Just answer any questions calmly and be there for support.

If they come around and you start to panic or shake them or ask them what the heck is wrong with them they are going to freak out and panic too.

I cannot stress it enough that this is bad.

If someone has a seizure and they come out of it, please. please stay calm.
They are likely disoriented and confused, even if it’s only for a minute or two, and you don’t want them panicking on top of that because they can have another seizure as a result.

IMPORTANT

Read! This is so important.

edgebug:

sincerely, a person who has been on prozac for 9 years

this is in response to some shitty stuff i’ve seen on my dash recently. it’s super simplified, so if you’d like to know some more indepth stuff on how exactly it works, google it—OR BETTER YET actually talk to a mental health doctor psychiatrist person wow

Anxiety & Panic Masterpost

these-dandelion-wishes:

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I put together all the links I had from other posts into one, so that they would be more easy to access. I hope this helps at least one of you. <3

CHEERING UP

Gives Me Hope // Emergency Compliment // Random Acts of Kindness // Random Acts of Kindness (Coca Cola Commercial) // 1000 Awesome Things // Make Everything Okay // Just Say Yes! // Having a Bad Day? // Love Yourself // Who is the Cutest? // Faith Restoring // Bad Day Remedies

CALMING DOWN

Guided Meditation // Mindfulness Exercises (Audio) // 100 Things to Do // Rain // The Quiet Place // Breathing Exercises // Step by Step // Progressive Muscle Relaxation // Self Help // Do Nothing for 2 Minutes // The Thoughts Room // Coping Rules // Mindfulness // Grounding Techniques // More Grounding Techniques // Soundrown // Managing Stress

DISTRACTIONS AND COOL STUFF

Draw a Stickman // Flow // Pop Balloons // Line 3D // Rain for Me // Liquid Particles // Into Time // Noise Machine // Virtual Bubble Wrap // Personality Test // Emotional Baggage Check  // Planetarium // Make a Painting // It Gets Better // Ocean Livestream // Happy Playlist // The Color Game // Silk - Draw a Picture! // Create Your Own Nebula // Imagination // Virtual Piano // Haiku Hero // What Should I Do Today? // Build Stuff With Sand // Quote Yourself // Watch Ellen // 2048 // Pandora // 8 Tracks // Sleep Calculator // Disney Movies // Life Hacks // Becoming an Adult Cheat Sheet // Let It Go in 25 Languages // 20 Questions // Childhood TV Shows

COPING STRATEGIES

Make a Comfort Box // Make a Grounding Box // Make a Glitter Jar // Guided Meditation // Stress Relievers // Stress Analyst // Yoga Poses // Reduce Anxiety // Progressive Muscle Relaxation // Realistic Thinking

OTHER HELPFUL MASTERPOSTS

Dealing with Mental Illness // Anxiety & Self Help // Back to School // Happy Things // For Bad Days // Self Care // Self Injury Recovery // Distractions and Games // Find the Good // Movies // Hobbies to Learn! // Mental Health Help // Literally Everything // Resources // The Everything Post // Helpful Websites

BE HAPPY! (CHECK OUT THESE AWESOME PEOPLE)

Little Reasons to Smile // Just Little Things // Just Girly Things // Bucket List // scars-fade-love-stays // you-are-worth-recovery // lifegoeson-sojustsmile // the-million-reasons-to-smile // thepinklining // twenty-seconds // the-positive-girls-1022 // smilekiditgetsbetter // smilestoinspire  // just-trying-to-make-a-difference // just-a-girl-in-this-world // anxietyxwarrior // whenthe-w0rld-comes-d0wn // you—makeme-smile

HELPING A FRIEND & UNDERSTANDING

with social anxiety // with anxiety // with depression // who is hurting themselves // with eating and body image // with a mental illness // Dealing with Panic Attacks and Anxiety // Kids Health - Anxiety Disorders // Everything You Need to Know // How to Help Someone Having a Panic Attack // What Not to Say // Fact Sheet // Supporting a Friend

GETTING HELP

Telling Others // Asking for Help // Too Anxious to get Help? 

PLAYLISTS

I Can Do Anything // Fight! // Be Happy // Southern Comfort // Forget About It // Keep Your Head Up // Stop Worrying // Stay Positive // Picking Up the Pieces // Shine // Darling, You’ll Be Okay // Don’t Worry, Be Happy // Feel Good

SCHOOL RESOURCES AND TIPS

How to Pull an All Nighter and Do Well on an Exam // Make Flashcards // Get Motivation to Study // Bibliography Maker // How to Cite Sources // Solve any Math Problem // Solve any Math Problem 2 // Online Calculator // AP Cram Packets // Can’t Remember a Word? // Who Do You Write Like? // Crash Course // AP Notes // Essay Writing Tips

FOOD

Brownie in a Cup // Cookie in a Mug // Study Snacks // Panera Mac & Cheese Recipe // Chocolate Chip Cookie Bowl Sundae // On the Go Recipes // Hot Chocolate // French Bread Pizza // Smoothies

mydrunkkitchen:

buzzfeed:

buzzfeedfood:

Toasts with the most: 21 awesome energy-boosting breakfast ideas

Dang.

BUT WHICH IS THE TOAST WITH THE MOST???

myramylove:

I don’t think I can do any of these.