Surprisingly Simple Ways to Help Overcome Situational Sadness & Stress – Allison Shorter

Allison Shorter and her family live in Colorado where they enjoy hiking, healthy living, and homeschooling. They lived in China for almost 4 years where they started a non-profit to help teenaged orphan girls with jobs, life skills, and sex trafficking prevention. Since being back in the US, her mission is to educate others about [...]

How To: Be Resilient Against Your Chronic Society Anxiety – Ariette Hung

How To: Be Resilient Against Your Chronic Society Anxiety – Ariette Hung

About the Guest Author:   This article is written for The Unsanity Blog by Canadian blogger, Ariette Hung. She is currently working towards a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling. She cares deeply about mental health literacy, promoting resilience and growth, and instilling hope in others in times of adversity such as mental health struggles. When [...]

Mental Health Mini Series: 4 Reasons Why You Should Start to Exercise – Stephanie Robbins

Hello Friends! I am so happy to be back doing a guest post series for Koral! Thank you so much for this chance. I’m Stephanie from A Red Hair Girl. In January I wrote a post for Koral that gave you some background about my mental health issues. Then I went on to explain three [...]

You Can’t Stress – Sarah D’Anne

I’m Sarah D’Anne, a writer of books and blog posts. When I’m not working in the deli at my local convenient store, I’m at home with my six cats and my mother. Besides writing, I like to doodle, do photography, and daydream. Blog: http://www.unexploredboundaries.wordpress.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sarahdanne IG: http://www.instagram.com/highlyfaveured Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/aceyroch “You can’t stress.” These were [...]

To Start Is Not To Begin

To Start Is Not To Begin

Friday nights are usually spent in bed now with my iPad or now laptop working and reading. I'm perfectly okay with this. My Friday nights used to be going out and having fun or going to a bar with a friend or two. I'm glad, as I get older, that it's died down a little [...]