Depressed, ADD and OCD are all words that represent different types of real mental illnesses, and yet people use them all of the time in unfit ways. I’ll even admit doing it myself. If I’m having the worst day ever I might say something along the lines of… “Just kill me, I’m so depressed.” But am I really so depressed that I want to kill
If you were asked to imagine your mental illness as a house or some type of architectural structure, what would it look like? Are you drawing blanks or creating all kinds of architectural feats in your mind? Creative artist Federico Babina recently released a series of chilling architectural designs, each one representing a different men
It can be hard to explain mental illness to anyone who has never experienced it, and despite all the attention mental health issues have received over the past few years, many people still don’t know how widespread these problems are in America. The reality is that millions of people in the U.S. cope with anxiety, depression, obsessive-c
Going for hikes is fun; so fun in fact that some people admit they are addicted to hiking. It’s a good addiction to have, after all the more you hike the better shape you’re in, and according to recent research you’re likely happier too. 50% of the population lives in urban areas, and by 2050 that percentage will presumably jump to 70%.