Our Magic Brain Part 1

Brain structure building is a continuous and complex process, which began before we were born. During the first few years of our lives, billions of neurons transmit and exchange electric signals to form different circuits and connections. Our experience and environment will also affect the development of our circuits and connections.

Today I want to talk about our brain structure and the famous “Amygdala”, it is the alarm that triggers the “Fight and flight” response.

3 Ways to Nurture Your Emotions

Do emotions get the best of you?

Acceptance and nurturing are the first steps to taking back control. We tend to avoid, hide or numb our emotions. However, emotions don’t disappear just because we won’t face them. It will change form and may show up destructively in different areas of our life.

Today, I will talk about how to identify, express, and manage our emotions.

5 Warning Signs of Dating Violence and How to Seek Help

Dating violence is when one person tries to control the other through verbal, emotional, physical, or sexual abuse. It may happen in heterosexual, homosexual or other sexual minority groups.

In this video, I introduce different types of dating violence and warning signs to be aware of. I will also discuss where you can seek help and how to develop a safety plan if you are in a violent relationship. 

5 Misconceptions About Mental Health

Managing our mental health is as important as our physical health.

We all visit our doctor during an illness, but we should also seek help if we experience psychological challenges. There are still stigmas in society that prevent people experiencing mental health issues to speak up and ask for help.

There are 5 common misconceptions about mental health and 3 ways to help ourselves if we are experiencing a mental health challenge.

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