Tag: anxiety

ARTICLES / November 10, 2023

The Paradox of Comfort: Why Depression Can Feel Like Home

Depression can feel like a dark cloud that colours how one sees themselves, others and the world around them. As heavy and bleak as it can feel, for some it can also surprisingly feel like a comfortable space. This is especially true when someone has struggled with depression for a long time. This can feel […]


ARTICLES / June 30, 2023

The Window of Tolerance

The Window of Tolerance was a concept developed by psychiatrist Dr. Dan Siegel as a way to understand trauma and stress. It refers to the zone of “arousal” within which an individual can effectively cope with and respond to stressors and challenges in their environment. When you are within your window of tolerance, you are […]


ARTICLES / May 25, 2023

5 Ways To Stop Your Inner Critic

To Challenge Your Inner Critic, Ask Yourself the Following Five Questions: 1) Is this something I would say to someone I love? We have a tendency to be harsh towards ourselves. In fact, you might find yourself saying cruel and mean things to yourself that you would never dream of saying to someone you care […]