Hey people with emotions, Keystone Club here (who also happen to be people with emotions... I know crazy right). We’re here to talk about Emotional Health in all forms and aspects. Some blog posts may be serious, some may be light hearted and fun. It’s Just Us, became the name of our blog after a... Continue Reading →
We breathe every moment of the day, and we do it unconsciously. But there is a form of breathing that some of us may not do as often, deep breathing. Did you know that something as simple as breathing not only can keep us alive, but also have other benefits?!
Hold up! What is positive thinking? Positive thinking is "a mental and emotional attitude of expecting good and favorable results, and not getting discouraged when plans do not proceed as expected. It means trying over again and not accepting defeat"
Poetry? What is poetry? Poetry is art work in the form of writing that attempts to stir readers emotions and imagination. Sit back, grab a cup of tea or coffee, your blanket, and get comfy.
Many don’t know how beneficial yoga can be to ones self. There are both physical benefits as well as emotional benefits.
I am going to let you in on a little secret... your emotions..? They’re normal. Not knowing how to deal with the, is also pretty normal. To know how to accept and deal with the rage, the happiness, excitement, sadness, glee, and confusion, you must know how to identify those emotions. You must know what you’re feeling in order to properly work through it all.
Eating disorders are a variety of psychological conditions that cause a person to develop unhealthy eating habits. These unhealthy habits can begin when a person becomes obsessed with food, body weight, or the shape of their body. Eating disorders can lead to serious health consequences and can result in death.
We’re here to explore the topic that many people deprive themselves of even when they don't even notice they’re doing it; self care.
Mother Nature! We are going to talk today about the great outdoors and what benefits there are when you spend time outside, instead of being stuck inside the whole day.
Right now, what are you feeling? Do you know what you are feeling? Happy? Sad? Confused? Angry? Anxious? It’s okay not to know what you are feeling. Sometimes people can’t express what they are feeling, they just can’t pin point their emotions. And THAT IS OK! We are all human and our brains work in a magical and sometimes very confusing way.