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  1. What are the green flags of a relationship according to you? We always discuss the red flags and the toxicity, I want to discuss the positive aspects too. My partner does little things that would go unnoticed by other people, but mean so much to me. For example, three days later we have Eid, which is a celebration for Muslims around the world after Ramadan. He just wished me three days earlier because he wanted to be the first one 🥺❤️ My sister told me today that ever since I've been talking to him, I've been happier. And that I don't have as many outbursts anymore. I guess ot
  2. Hello everyone, continuing with the Mental Health Awareness Month activities, today we will talk about Social Media and how it affects our reality. My best friend sent me this video yesterday and it is really interesting since I felt identified in the little sketch the creator made in this video, social media has been part of my depression and anxiety. I really believe that must of people insecurities is because of what we seen on social media. We have to detox our social media, it’s okay to unfollow, it’s okay to block, it’s okay to uninstall an app. Just do anything yo
  3. May is designated as Mental Health Awareness Month, an opportunity to highlight the importance of positive emotional well-being and its impact on a person's life quality. This is the month we all need to work to remove the stigma associated with people suffering from mental illness. Let's take advantage of the month of May to call on everyone about the importance of taking care of our mental health as a vital part of our well-being and, on the other hand, ending the stigma that exists on people with mental illness. Recognizing that we need professional help to treat mental health problems
  4. A US state says it will offer young people a $100 (£72) savings bond if they receive a Covid-19 vaccine. West Virginia says it hopes the payment for those aged 16 to 35 will "motivate" them to get the jab. "Our kids today probably don't really realise just how important they are in shutting this thing down," State Governor Jim Justice said on Monday. West Virginia had been among the top US states for vaccination rates, but progress has slowed in recent weeks. The incentive means those who are vaccinated within the age group can retrieve the $100, plus interest, at a later d
  5. Portugal has registered no coronavirus-related deaths for 24 hours for the second time since the pandemic began. The last time the country reported no daily deaths was in early August. The positive news on Monday follows a lengthy lockdown that has helped Portugal to slash the infection rate to a fraction of its level in late January, when it was experiencing the worst Covid surge in the world. The country has reported 16,965 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. More than 834,000 cases have been registered. https://bbc.in/3xrusIj
  6. My experience with attention deficit has been very strange to me, since it usually starts from childhood. But in my case it started from adolescence, from the eighth grade my academic performance dropped in an incredible way; I went from having high grades to failing classes. This has also hurt my personal relationships, but it has reached a point where this problem plus my depression and anxiety become a triple threat for me. I have never discussed this condition with anyone, since many tend to say that it is only a problem for children and that for adults it is an excuse not to do
  7. Have your parents ever treated you differently then your siblings? In a good way or a bad way? I have experienced this since childhood. My mother clearly prefers my brother over us all siblings, and my dad, he used to always defend us girls against him but now my brother's his favorite too. It obviously engraved a deep complexity inside of me, and I always feel jealous of my brother. I know that I am more academically and behaviorally better than him, but still, he's the golden son and I'm just another one of their three daughters. One thing that irks me the most is I'm grouped as
  8. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said people will "likely" need a third dose of a Covid-19 vaccine within 12 months of getting fully vaccinated. He also said it's possible people will need to get vaccinated against the coronavirus annually. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said people will "likely" need a booster dose of a Covid-19vaccine within 12 months of getting fully vaccinated. His comments were made public Thursday but were taped April 1. Bourla said it's possible people will need to get vaccinated against the coronavirus annually. Read full article.
  9. US health regulators have lifted an 11-day pause on the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Covid-19 jab, but will add a warning label about the potential for extremely rare blood clots. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) panel earlier approved restarting US rollout of the shot. Fifteen vaccine recipients suffered from a dangerous blood clot out of nearly eight million given the jab. This week, Europe's drug regulator also ended restrictions on the J&J vaccine. European regulators this month also linked similar, highly unusual blood clots to the AstraZeneca
  10. Hi! I hope everyone is doing well around here. I wanted to ask, how do you deal with cat calling or people much, much older than you hitting on you? I get so stressed out about this, just a few days ago my principal hit on me through text messages while I was talking to him about our exams and at that moment, I didn't realize that it was creepy until I told my friend much, much later and then I realized how wrong that was, and honestly, I'm not ready to face him again when school opens. We do have to go to school for on-campus exams, so I'm stressing out about seeing him. In 9th gr
  11. Hi everyone! I hope you're feeling fine! ❤️ I am writing you this because I have been having Covid for the last 4 weeks now. Me and my parents are stuck at home since the end of March cause we all have it. I had symptoms the first week/10 days, but now I feel fine, and my parents as well. Fortunately I have their company and they have mine. It's been a really weird, anxious month, especially at the beginning, since I was most worried about them, because they are in their 60s. We tried to spend it in the best way possible. We spent Easter, my birthday, and my mom's birthday together
  12. Shops, restaurants and schools will be closed across most of Italy on Monday, with PM Mario Draghi warning of a "new wave" of the coronavirus outbreak. For three days over Easter, 3-5 April, there will be a total shutdown. Italy, which one year ago imposed one of the first national lockdowns, is once again struggling to contain the rapid spread of infections. The country has reported more than 100,000 Covid-related deaths, Europe's second-highest tally after the UK. Italy's vaccination campaign has been hit by delays, as has been seen elsewhere in the European Union. A
  13. As the COVID-19 pandemic persists, mental health professionals are growing more alarmed about a parallel mental health crisis brewing for young adults. The burden of ongoing social, school and work restrictions, experts fear, is leading to a deterioration in the mental states of young adults who are increasingly worried about forfeiting precious time in their prime years, missing traditional milestones, and losing economic opportunities and vital relationships. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report analyzing survey responses from 5,470 adults this past June revealed 1 i
  14. Hello little monsters I am starting this topic because i want people to feel better about themselves and just to tell somebody how you day was to help a little bit. I will start, my day has been good today, i got an xp-pen for school and its a 9/10
  15. Hello little monsters I have been feeling nothing but love since i joined this forum, this has been such a kind and loving forum so much accecpance and love. This forum has really made me love myself a lot more and to accept people a lot more. I never feel embarssed when i post here, so thank you, thank you all ❤️❤️
  16. We often talk about sides of us that need fixing or healing (and I think it's great to work on oneself and try to improve every day 🤍) but, what are you proud of yourself for? Are there any obstacles you can proudly say you managed to overcome? Let's share our stories trying to keep it positive so we can inspire each other 💪🏼
  17. Guys, one of my relatives died couple days ago... It wasn’t a result of covid but a natural death. But it made me think about all those people who passed away during the pandemic, in quarantine... and their loved ones who couldn’t say theşr proper goodbyes. If you have experienced this please share
  18. So a month ago I have gotten covid 19 and I just wanted to share my experience with you all after all it depends from person to person but I will tell how it went for me. So the 1st day I had covid I didn't feel much except having my head hurt a little. Then the 2nd day when I woke up I woke up with a very big headache and it was impossible for me to look at a screen. The 3rd day I began coughing(my throat didn't hurt) and had a bigger appetite. On the 4th day i lost my scent. On The 5th day my headache was gone completely but my back started hurting like crazy. I got my scent back after a we
  19. I used to be very confident as a child, but I started having body issues around the age of 14. I try to limit my meals a lot, going to the extremes of crash diets of eating only a certain product for 5-7 days straight which makes me lose weight obviously. My BMI is normal for my height, which is about 19.2. A normal BMI is supposed to be at 18-24 btw. I know that I am not fat, yet I can't help but feel disgusted and ashamed every time I see myself in the mirror. I sometimes eat and drink nothing but a glass of milk the whole day, and then the next day I might find myself binge e
  20. To be totally honest thanks to lockdown my mental health has really improved. Ik some you had a really hard time this lockdown but just know It'll be over soon. I'm used to the lockdown lifestyle, I always stay at home and never go out even before lockdown so I was pretty happy being in lockdown cuz I could isolate myself from all the shi*y people in my school and focus on myself for a while. Did lockdown affect you in a good way or in a bad way?
  21. Hello every one, I’m creating this thread because I would like to know if you have had any experience with psychiatrists. I’m think a lot of getting professional help with one, and reading your experiences will help me a lot. Thanks for your replies.
  22. I have huge abandonment issues, and the source is mainly my childhood. How do you cope with them? I feel like everyone; my family, my best friend, my other friends are going to leave me one day. Or that the love and affection they show is just for show and tell and a facade. How do I stop thinking so negatively. I have this nagging thought in my mind that everybody will leave me one day and that in the near future I will be alone.
  23. Hello monsters! How many of you meditate? I thought we could help each other to improve our techniques and maybe encourage people that are still skeptical to try it! I was one of them, until I tried! Now I meditate, in some periods more regularly than in others, but I really enjoy it. I do Transcendental Meditation and I found it definitely boosts my mood. I really enjoy doing it outdoor, especially when I'm in wild places like a forest, close to a waterfall or a river. I prefer "natural sounds" than recorded ones but sometimes (+ bonus you have that fresh breeze on your face 😍)
  24. I know sometimes it's not easy to examine oneself introspectively but for sure once you manage to spot your weak points, you know what to work on to improve and feel better with yourself! Is there something you don't like of yourself/your behaviour and you are trying to work on? For me, I'm aware I'm not a patient person and I've been working on it for years now. Sometimes I really struggle to keep calm and I overreact (most of the times I'm upset at myself though). What about you guys?
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