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I am the King of Leon

How to Cope with Mood Swings

onlinecounsellingcollege:

1. Make sure you get enough sleep. A recent study by the U.S. Mental Health Association and the Better Sleep Council identified a relationship between positive moods and sleeping between 6 and 8 hours a night. Regular bedtimes were also important.

2. Keep your bedroom as dark as possible as this stimulates production of melatonin. (Low melatonin levels are linked with depression.)

3. Make sure you have a diet that supports brain health. For example, the following nutrients have been shown to promote more stable moods: B-complex vitamins, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, zinc and fatty acids. Also, rapid changes in blood sugar can also precipitate changes in mood, so watch your consumption of refined sugar products, and make sure you eat lots of complex carbohydrates.

4. Try some natural remedies. Chamomile, lemon balm or valerian root tea are recommended for helping with anxiety. St. John’s wort is said to soothe the mind and relieve irritability. In terms of homeopathic remedies, lycopodium is believed to help with anger, and feelings of agitation; tarentula hispanica is used for mania; and chaste berry, red raspberry, black cohosh and sarsaparilla may help with female hormonal mood swings.

5. Include some regular exercise in your daily schedules. This releases endorphins, the feel good hormones. It also helps with insomnia.

6. Try and identify coping mechanisms that can ward off or soothe fluctuations in mood. Also, keeping a journal of negative triggers can help you interrupt a pattern early on, and work on strategies for coping with these triggers.









barebackinq:

*runs out of breath while eating*





#landscape




I’ll always love you ‘cause we grew up together and you helped make me who I am. I just wanted you to know there will be a piece of you in me always, and I’m grateful for that. whatever someone you become, and wherever you are in the world, I’m sending you love. you’re my friend to the end.

Her (2013)

#her  #:(








softwaring:

13 going on 30 is one of my all time fav movies ever 





yungmamita:

only weak people flip tortillas with a spatula

#bless






Track: Catalina Fight Song
Artist: Joyce Manor
Album: Never Hungover Again

dissipates:

"Sunken city by the ocean
You could teach the seventh grade
Do you think because you chose to?
You always fell in love the way you’re supposed to,
at the target inside of the mall, fear of what you weren’t exposed to.
There’s no way to keep in touch with certain people.
You wonder how long something can last.
Pretty sure most people don’t think about that.
But who the fuck is laughing now?
Sunken city by the ocean.
Car smells like hot 
Gatorade.”
Do you think because you chose to?
Do you think things are different than you think they are?
Never had a drug phase.
So you think you’re fucking miserable now?
for the Catalina fight song.
you, always.”





archatlas:

Papersky Florian Mueller

The sky is changing. Constantly. As if it was never satisfied with it’s design, it’s color, the shape and texture of the clouds. Like a writer who is never satisfied with his sentences, words and ideas. Throwing away more and more crumpled paper, building a pile of lost and littered ideas. But sometimes it is worth to break out of this circle and pause for a moment, to dwell and reflect on rejected plans to build something new. My goal is to invite the viewer of my work to linger, to calm down and maybe to contemplate. Maybe I can achieve this with the coalescence of these two ingredients: Papersky.”

#art  #landscape












    me: haha hey guys do u dare me to eat this whole thing of ice cream
    them: no
    me: *shaking my head and chuckling* i cant believe you guys are making me do this
    them: we're not
    me: *eating right out of the thing* this is so wild you guys you're so fucked up for making me do this




craftykinkster:

Actually tho