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Triber Molly - author of The Doodle Chronicles - describes how drawing has helped her with clinical depression. #mentalhealth

Drawing through depression: 'The Doodle Chronicles'

Art Therapy - Drawing through depression: When Molly was diagnosed with clinical depression, she put pen to paper and discovered an unexpected therapy and community 'The Doodle Chronicles' 'Behind a smile'

Yoga Therapies  for Combatting Anxiety and Depression

Yoga Poses We Love for Combatting Anxiety and Depression

Simple yoga poses that can help you get centered, alleviate stress, and just generally calm you down. Originally posted on Mindbodygreen Sou .

Ophelia would pin this pin because it deals with depression and suicide. It…

The spread of ideas through the internet by means of advanced digital technologies occurs at a rate that would have been unprecedented to past generations.

Visual representation of MH experiences - could use to help illustrate, assess, open space for client drawing their own experience

The Mind Is A Wondrous Thing

The Mind Is A Wondrous Thing Interesting Art Therapy activity maybe?

Just a few reasons to start the day! :D

I tried this purple ice cream once and it had chocolate chips in it and it seemed so weird but it helped put a smile back on my face; never forget to appreciate the little things!

I wish i could draw something like that one day

s what Emma, the main character of my novel feels thinking of her lost friend: Too many fragments of my heart lie between your footprints. I will sweep them off your way until my fingers bleed. And I'm free

OCD: blogs and stories. Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder where unwanted thoughts, urges and repetitive activities become an obstacle to living life as you want to. People who experience OCD often try to cope until they can’t hide the symptoms any longer. This can make them feel very alone and make overcoming the OCD more difficult.

Obsessive compulsive disorder

Anyone else guilty of over thinking? Thought so! I actually have a printout of this above my desk as a reminder. Sometimes, when you’re all chaos inside, it’s a nice thing to remember that a) you’re probably over thinking a