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Making My Birthday A Mental Health Day

Making My Birthday A Mental Health Day

I know a lot of people that don’t like celebrating their birthday. Especially as they get older. They see it as a sign of aging perhaps or looking at my uncles and aunts, they see people around them fading. Of course, with the situation as it is around the world with...
Finding Noah

Finding Noah

Using Art to Discover My Purpose I, Noah, am 19 years old, a budding artist, and live in the city of Zurich. I have always been interested in art somehow. Whenever I saw a painting as a child it was like a friend, a creation from a completely different...
“What Happened to You?” – A Book Review

“What Happened to You?” – A Book Review

We recently received a book review of “What Happened to You?” by one of our long-time followers, Lena, and we wanted to share what she wrote with our community! Based on Lena’s review, we will definetely be checking out this book for ourselves. Thanks,...
My Shadow / My Friend

My Shadow / My Friend

The month of September was rough for me on a personal level. Just those series of days where it feels like nothing ever goes right… from the big things like grief from a very recent loss, down to the smallest little thing like spilling a tiny amount of coffee on...
7 Ways To Sleep Better While Learning Virtually

7 Ways To Sleep Better While Learning Virtually

We love hearing from others who know the importance of self-care, and we recently heard from a team member at MySlumberYard.com about this awesome article about navigating better sleep while learning virtually. They were kind enough to let us share this article with...
Lady Gaga – Five Foot Two

Lady Gaga – Five Foot Two

Five Foot Two is a documentary that shows all the details of a time in lady Gaga’s life. The documentary is certainly an emotional one, even if it is difficult to watch. Gaga shows no fear. During the course of this documentary, she discusses the process of...
Why I Write Creatively

Why I Write Creatively

I have been keeping a diary off and on since I was a little girl. From ‘hello diary, here’s what I’ve been doing’ to working through my emotions when my chronic illness flares up and I don’t know how to go on, my diary has seen a lot. And while journal writing has...
I Know I Can: What My Body Was Telling Me

I Know I Can: What My Body Was Telling Me

I know I can’t do it. I gesture him to not fill my plate much, at all even, but he doesn’t listen. Betrayal bites my heart bitterly, but I’m in public. Surrounded with friends and strangers, and I cannot let them see. I have to keep the appearances...
An Interview With the Minds Behind Connected Mind

An Interview With the Minds Behind Connected Mind

Hi there, and thank you for checking out the Shadow’s Edge blog! I’m the community manager for Shadow’s Edge, and I love sharing new resources with our audience whenever I can. We make a lot of really awesome friends at our company, and I wanted to introduce our...
How to Break Negative Thought Patterns

How to Break Negative Thought Patterns

Our team at Shadow’s Edge loves to work with guest authors! And for this week’s blogpost, we have the wonderful guest author Swati Chugh writing about how to break negative thought patterns! And man, that can be really hard to do when life isn’t...
Coping Mechanisms – Healthy vs Unhealthy

Coping Mechanisms – Healthy vs Unhealthy

When I was a kid my mom would take me into bars with her and drink. She didn’t really give much thought that I was 10, or 12, or whatever age. Sometimes she took my sister and me both, mainly because she didn’t want to find a babysitter and didn’t want to leave us...
Returning to School with Chronic Illness or Disability

Returning to School with Chronic Illness or Disability

If you have a chronic illness or disability, returning to school can be a scary, stressful experience. That’s especially true if you’ve been out for a while being diagnosed, treated, or possibly home/hospital schooled. It might have been six months, a year or...