Not sure where to go for the best mental health articles? Here is a roundup of the BEST mental health and anxiety articles around now!
So, another day, another mental health article for you to enjoy. I just love putting out these posts – they are always so much fun!
The below articles and posts include some of the best bits of advice when it comes to your mental health and anxiety. I know that I would want to trust what I’m reading, so you can trust that I’ve reviewed these well.
Let’s get started shall we?
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1. Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
I found this through Pinterest and had to share it. This article offers some really practical advice when it comes to overcoming Imposter Syndrome.
Personally, I have and still do feel like a fraud when it comes to trying something new. I worry that people will think I can’t succeed, and that I’m just faking it and will get found out. I don’t even start new projects because of it!
Therefore, we could all use a bit of advice when it comes to lacking in self-confidence. This post is worth a read.
2. 3 steps to conquering fear
Fear is very real, and anxiety often pops up as a result of intense fear. So I found this article by a blogger friend really useful. It’s logical, with you starting at the initial fear and what caused it, to working out a plan and executing it. I would highly suggest having a read.
3. Intentional Living – living with purpose
This is another fab article I discovered on my Pinterest browsing’s, but is no less useful! If you’ve never heard about living with intention, you should definitely have a read of this. The idea is that you spend your time wisely, always working on and end goal.
Definitely worth a read.
4. Learning about self-care
If you’ve read my previous post about self-care (free download with this post!), you’ll know that I’m a big believer in looking after oneself. the writer goes into detail about some great self-care tips that we could all benefit from. Great post and worth reading.
5. How walking can help your mental health
I’m a firm believer that exercise is great for those with anxiety or depression. I even wrote a whole post dedicated to the best hobbies and activities for your mental health (you can read more here). So when I stumbled upon this post by a fellow anxiety blogger, I just had to share.
Kel talks you through why it helped her with her anxiety, along with the many benefits walking has on you. Worth a look 🙂
6. Why we should laugh at ourselves
This post is by another blogger duo who never cease to make me laugh! This perfect reminder might come in handy when you need a little pick me up. Laughing at ourselves can help take the serious edge off of life sometimes, and reminds us we can be a bit silly.
Plus, we all know smiling is good for us too!
7. Apps for mental health
I love this post by Sarah. This article includes some really useful apps to help you manage your anxiety and mental health as a whole. My favourite app so far is My Smiling Mind, one that is great for children and adults alike.
If you’ve not checked any apps out so far, this article would be a good place to start.
8. Some of the best songs for depression
This is an amazing post right here! What better way to help fight depression than to blast it away with music? Now, I know that depression can have detrimental effects on your productivity and need to move, but music can have a really positive impact on your mental health.
Katie gives you some of her best songs to help fight depression. Check it out!
9. Self-love and self-care 101
Well, I couldn’t leave one of my own posts out now could I? Haha. But seriously, in this post I cover looking after your mind and body, and learning to look after yourself. It includes practical tips on how to do such things, and has a free printable to go with it. It’s 2.5k words of pure goodness! Enjoy.
10. Tips for being a more positive person
Although we’re nearly at the bottom, none of these are any less important. This article is all about being a more positive thinker. I’m a big believer that the way we approach life can have a massive impact on how happy we are.
This post helps you deal with various negative emotions/feelings, and is definitely worth a look.
11. How to stop worrying
Finally, but no means least, this post by another blogger friend of mine who operates very much how I do! Julie’s post is actually a guest post but, regardless, it’s definitely useful. Here are 7 very good ways to stop your worrying.
Although I know it’s difficult to stop worrying sometimes, these tips, when put into action, are worth taking note of. Plus, there’s a freebie to go with it. Have a look!
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You made it
Phew – you made it to the bottom! I hope that even just one of these posts are helpful to you and your mental health. Every day we are bombarded with content claiming to help us, so these are some of the best bits I’ve found.
Do let me know what you think in the comments below!
Until next time!
Jess x x