The only way to go is up

“And even if somebody else has it much worse, that doesn’t really change the fact that you have what you have. Good and bad.” – Steven Chbosky, author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. I’ve often wondered whether some of my experiences mirrored those of others. That sudden moment… Read More »The only way to go is up

Look After Your Mental Health At Christmas

«It’s the most wonderful time of the year» — as we usually say about Christmas time with parties, celebrations, and social gatherings with family and friends. But there’s a flip side that coin — the pressure and high expectations to have a «Merry Christmas» which can highlight feelings of depression… Read More »Look After Your Mental Health At Christmas

The importance of self-care routine

School, job, house chores, family issues, an important assignment which should be done urgently… At times, we get so caught-up in our daily tasks and responsibilities, that we may absolutely forget about having a break and devoting some time to the most important person in our lives: ourselves. We prioritize… Read More »The importance of self-care routine

A philosophy of confined Youth

2 days ago, France re-opened the cinemas, bars and restaurants, after more than 8 months of closure. That meant freedom, for the youth : being able to go out, to socialize again. But now that the summer makes us see another end of the tunnel, I asked myself: what will we do with all our memories? What will we do with this year of online learning, anxiety, monotonous social life and psychological struggles? Do we chose to forget, or to build upon?