How to Fight a Panic Attack in Public Without Looking Crazy //

How to Fight a Panic Attack in Public Without Looking Crazy //

In the fall of 2012, I started experiencing life-altering anxiety. My panic attacks were so bad that I had to quit my job, failed multiple college classes, stopped driving and stopped living life. There have been SO MANY inopportune moments that a panic attack has come on and I have been at its mercy- concerts, meetings, work, MY WEDDING DAY. Yeah, the list goes on. Through my experience, I have discovered these few small tips that I hope help you in the midst of the panic.

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5 Ways to Sneak More Fruits & Veggies Into Your Diet

5 Ways to Sneak More Fruits & Veggies Into Your Diet

I get a lot of questions about how I'm always finding new ways to use fruits and veggies. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I love transforming fruits and veggies into the star of the show on my plate. Loving fruits and veggies has taken some getting used to, but if you aren't a fan of veggies (or you just have trouble eating enough of them), here's 5 ways to make sure you're getting those daily servings! 

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Why Every One Should Try Going Vegan At Least Once In Their Life

Why Every One Should Try Going Vegan At Least Once In Their Life

I've been eating vegan for over a year now. I know vegans have a total reputation for shoving their beliefs down your throats and it's totally annoying. I try REALLY hard not to be that person, but instead encourage other people to try going vegan for at least 30 days. It's something I think everyone should do in their lifetime. it's truly an eye opening experience! (And if 30 days freaks you out, why not 15 days? 7 days? 3 days? Whatever works for you!)

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How to Care For a Friend Struggling With Mental Illness

How to Care For a Friend Struggling With Mental Illness

Watching a breakdown can be hard. It's never fun to watch someone you love go through a hard time. It can be especially confusing if someone you love is struggling with mental illness. It's something we can't see on the outside, so it's hard to relate to on the inside. Whether it's anxiety, depression, OCD, bipolar disorder, eating disorder, or anything else that your friend is dealing with, NOW is the time that they need you most. So today, I'm sharing my tips specifically on how to help a friend dealing with anxiety disorder or depression.

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A Letter to the Husband Whose Wife Has Anxiety

A Letter to the Husband Whose Wife Has Anxiety

To the Husband whose Wife Has Anxiety:

There's a word in Hebrew language, called "ahava", that means "love toward one another that can't be broken by anything other than death."  It's one of the strongest definitions of love. It's a fierce love. A love that fights tirelessly and passionately. 

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