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Gender dysphoria is a condition in which a person experiences discomfort because they feel a mismatch between their gender identity and their assigned sex at birth. As the awareness and understanding of gender identity grows, the recognition of early signs in children and teens of gender dysphoria also increases. Recognizing the signs of gender dysphoria […] The post Gender Dysphoria in Children and Teens (And How to Support Them) appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotion...
Gender Dysphoria in Children and Teens (And How to Support Them)
Gender dysphoria is a condition in which a person experiences discomfort because they feel a mismatch between their gender identity and their assigned sex at birth. As the awareness and understanding of gender identity grows, the recognition of early signs in children and teens of gender dysphoria also increases. Recognizing the signs of gender dysphoria […] The post Gender Dysphoria in Children and Teens (And How to Support Them) appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotion...
Older couples are splitting up a lot, a recent study shows! Those were old days when older couples planned their life after retirement, now the only difference is that they still plan their after-retirement life but not together, they are splitting up. Research shows that couples over the age of 65 are calling off their […] The post Gray Divorce: Things To Consider Before Splitting Up With Your Partner appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Gray Divorce: Things To Consider Before Splitting Up With Your Partner
Older couples are splitting up a lot, a recent study shows! Those were old days when older couples planned their life after retirement, now the only difference is that they still plan their after-retirement life but not together, they are splitting up. Research shows that couples over the age of 65 are calling off their […] The post Gray Divorce: Things To Consider Before Splitting Up With Your Partner appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Love is a strange emotion, and even stranger is that it comes in diverse forms. When it comes to connecting with someone on more than one level, we can engage in different forms of communication and expression. Out of these expressions, one way stands out – Love Languages.  A concept popularized by Dr. Gary Chapman, […] The post Feel The Love: Understanding Physical Touch as a Love Language appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Feel The Love: Understanding Physical Touch as a Love Language
Love is a strange emotion, and even stranger is that it comes in diverse forms. When it comes to connecting with someone on more than one level, we can engage in different forms of communication and expression. Out of these expressions, one way stands out – Love Languages. A concept popularized by Dr. Gary Chapman, […] The post Feel The Love: Understanding Physical Touch as a Love Language appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Lately, when someone asks me how I’m doing, the first thing that pops into my head is “Not fine”, but when I open my mouth to reply, it comes out as “I’m OK”. Life is unpredictable, with its highs and lows, and everything topsy-turvy in between. I have experienced (and I’m guessing so have you) […] The post You’re Not Alone: How to Ask For Help When You’re NOT OK appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being. Health, Study, Binge Eating Disorder, Gen-z, Can, Health Issues, Ptsd, Therapist, Bad News
You’re Not Alone: How to Ask For Help When You’re NOT OK
Lately, when someone asks me how I’m doing, the first thing that pops into my head is “Not fine”, but when I open my mouth to reply, it comes out as “I’m OK”. Life is unpredictable, with its highs and lows, and everything topsy-turvy in between. I have experienced (and I’m guessing so have you) […] The post You’re Not Alone: How to Ask For Help When You’re NOT OK appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Life is a new surprise every day and every time a new surprise pops up, I feel so under-prepared to deal with it. I’m sure you’ve faced something similar in your rollercoaster of a life. Situations like a bad breakup, a stressful job, or a fight with your loved one can leave us feeling overwhelmed, […] The post Emotional Drinking As a Coping Mechanism: Why Booze Isn’t The Answer appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Emotional Drinking As a Coping Mechanism: Why Booze Isn’t The Answer
Life is a new surprise every day and every time a new surprise pops up, I feel so under-prepared to deal with it. I’m sure you’ve faced something similar in your rollercoaster of a life. Situations like a bad breakup, a stressful job, or a fight with your loved one can leave us feeling overwhelmed, […] The post Emotional Drinking As a Coping Mechanism: Why Booze Isn’t The Answer appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
We all have those moments with our siblings – from fierce competitions to inside jokes. But, what if those playful and tough love turned into something more toxic and sinister? Beneath all those petty squabbles and teasing lies an under-exaggerated type of abuse. Yes, you guessed it – sibling abuse or sibling bullying. I never […] The post When Siblings Go to War: The Signs and Impact of Sibling Abuse appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being. Parents, Friends, Growing Up With Siblings, Parenting, Sibling Relationships, Mom And Dad, Kid Lifestyle, Kids Learning, Sibling
When Siblings Go to War: The Signs and Impact of Sibling Abuse
We all have those moments with our siblings – from fierce competitions to inside jokes. But, what if those playful and tough love turned into something more toxic and sinister? Beneath all those petty squabbles and teasing lies an under-exaggerated type of abuse. Yes, you guessed it – sibling abuse or sibling bullying. I never […] The post When Siblings Go to War: The Signs and Impact of Sibling Abuse appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Have you ever questioned your self-worth and identity, asking who you are and the purpose for which you were born? If so, you might be struggling with an identity crisis, a phase most people usually in their teens go through. Sometimes, a major life event like retirement, an accident, trauma, the loss of a loved […] The post How To Recognize And Cope With Identity Crisis appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
How To Recognize And Cope With Identity Crisis
Have you ever questioned your self-worth and identity, asking who you are and the purpose for which you were born? If so, you might be struggling with an identity crisis, a phase most people usually in their teens go through. Sometimes, a major life event like retirement, an accident, trauma, the loss of a loved […] The post How To Recognize And Cope With Identity Crisis appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
When Siblings Go to War: The Signs and Impact of Sibling Abuse
When Siblings Go to War: The Signs and Impact of Sibling Abuse
When Siblings Go to War: The Signs and Impact of Sibling Abuse
Mild autism is level 1 of autism which is not an official term, still, some people use it to identify the very mild symptoms of autism or mild symptoms of autism. Some psychologists or researchers also refer to mild autism as high-functioning autism, although psychologically, it’s an incorrect term because the symptoms are quite different […] The post Mild Autism In Children And Adults: Can Someone Be Slightly Autistic? appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being. Sons, Baby Sister, Him, Dads, Father, Family Life, Relationship, Father Figure, Away
Mild Autism In Children And Adults: Can Someone Be Slightly Autistic?
Mild autism is level 1 of autism which is not an official term, still, some people use it to identify the very mild symptoms of autism or mild symptoms of autism. Some psychologists or researchers also refer to mild autism as high-functioning autism, although psychologically, it’s an incorrect term because the symptoms are quite different […] The post Mild Autism In Children And Adults: Can Someone Be Slightly Autistic? appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
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Gender Nonconforming: What to Know About This Beautiful Term
In the last few years, conversations about gender identity and expression have taken a turn – for the good! Socially, politically, and culturally, we’ve taken conversations about gender and sex on a path where it would be almost impossible several decades ago. Amid all these discussions, the terms “Gender Nonconforming” or “Gender Nonconformity” have popped […] The post Gender Nonconforming: What to Know About This Beautiful Term appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotiona...
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College Burnout: It’s Real And Here’s How to Deal With It
College Burnout: It’s Real And Here’s How to Deal With It
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College Burnout: It’s Real And Here’s How to Deal With It
College Burnout: It’s Real And Here’s How to Deal With It
In our lives, we keep searching for happiness. In the quest to find happiness, many of us find ourselves becoming more and more miserable as each day passes. We can’t enjoy life, hang out with friends, or keep our relationships happy and healthy. So why is it that we are miserable?  Surprisingly, much of our […] The post 11 Ways You’re Making Yourself Miserable (And How to Stop) appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being. Mental Health Problems, Social Anxiety Disorder, Mid Life Crisis, Emotional Wellness, Chronic Stress, Counselors, Comparing Yourself To Others
11 Ways You’re Making Yourself Miserable (And How to Stop)
In our lives, we keep searching for happiness. In the quest to find happiness, many of us find ourselves becoming more and more miserable as each day passes. We can’t enjoy life, hang out with friends, or keep our relationships happy and healthy. So why is it that we are miserable? Surprisingly, much of our […] The post 11 Ways You’re Making Yourself Miserable (And How to Stop) appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Love might come in many shapes and sizes, and so does the way we choose to show our love to the ones that matter the most. How I choose to shower love and affection might be way different from yours, and it’s A-OK! We all be as dramatic in love (and its expression) as we […] The post Deepen Your Bonds With Gift Giving as a Love Language appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Deepen Your Bonds With Gift Giving as a Love Language
Love might come in many shapes and sizes, and so does the way we choose to show our love to the ones that matter the most. How I choose to shower love and affection might be way different from yours, and it’s A-OK! We all be as dramatic in love (and its expression) as we […] The post Deepen Your Bonds With Gift Giving as a Love Language appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emotional Well-being.
Pride Month is celebrated in June every year! June is a time when we rejoice in the “most-celebrated community” around the world. It’s the month of parades, diversity, celebration, self-acceptance, achievements, and most importantly pride. Do you know that the first pride was held in 1970? However, the official recognition came much later. Well, whenever […] The post News: What To Know About Pride Month 2024 (Meaning, Theme, & More) appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emoti... Pride, Diversity, June, Recognition, Month Meaning, Meant To Be, Community, Rejoice, News
News: What To Know About Pride Month 2024 (Meaning, Theme, & More)
Pride Month is celebrated in June every year! June is a time when we rejoice in the “most-celebrated community” around the world. It’s the month of parades, diversity, celebration, self-acceptance, achievements, and most importantly pride. Do you know that the first pride was held in 1970? However, the official recognition came much later. Well, whenever […] The post News: What To Know About Pride Month 2024 (Meaning, Theme, & More) appeared first on Calm Sage - Your Guide to Mental and Emoti...