Loading...
Instagram Public Photos with #diytherapy

Coriander mask💚
this diy will give you a instant glowing skin.
all you need is:
few leaves of coriander also known as parsley
few pieces of cucumber
1 big spoon of curd
grind them make a thick paste.. swipe to see images... can add rosewater if required.. apply on your face for 20 mins n then rinse off in circular motions.
benefits:
helps in reducing tan and acne.. gives nourishment to skin nd imparts a glow.. you can check out the after effects of this pack. i m sure you ll fall in love with your skin.. i m loving mine after using it💚😊
.
.
.
.
.
.
#diytherapy #diymask #diylove #corianderleaves #cucumbergoodness #curd #rosewater #beautyblogger #beautifulskinforever #beautycare #lookyoung #lookfresh #photooftheday #naturallybeautiful #instabeauty #instacare #instaskin #juicyideas❤️💚

comment 0 star 40 8 hours ago

Well, my diy day is most likely over and i didn't quite knock all the projects off that i wanted to, but hey...at least i finished this! isn't it cute? 😍 #diytherapy #unpluggedmama #homedecorproject

comment 13 star 135 February 2018

20 year old oak table - poplar center piece.
bring on the family / christmas time.
distressing wood is a stress reliever
#diytherapy
#woodwork

comment 4 star 52 2 days ago

✌️
.
.
.
.
just experimenting with being a person who just has a single emoji for a caption. it feels wrong. like i am trapped in a perpetual state of having something to say at a party but there is no break in the conversation. i try to inhale loudly so that people know i am trying to speak. but it’s not working. .
.
.
eventually i resort to finishing other people’s sentences and trying to hijack their thoughts. the group shuffles away from me. phil says he has to pee. like shuddup phil. we all know ur a camel. cut to me sitting by myself. my thoughts trapped.
.
.
.
#bedroomgoals #bedroominspo #interiorideas #vintagehouse #howivintage #ilovevintage #greatthingscometothosewhothrift #broughttoyoubythrifting #printspatternstexturesohmy #makehomeyours #diytherapy #eclecticallymade #showmeyourboho #myboldhues #crashbangcolour #abeautifulmess #darlingmovement #thatsdarling #theeverygirlathome #thisiswhyihavetothriftshopeveryday #howyouthrift #diydecor #pinkaf #midcenturymodern #midcenturymix #howwedwell #anthrohome #houseplantclub #houseplantsofinstagram #apartmenttherapy

comment 37 star 619 September 2018

Because mental health chat doesn't always have to be super serious
.
.
this hoop will be available as both an embroidery kit and downloadable pdf pattern in early 2019.
.
.

comment 5 star 132 5 days ago

If we're talking alternative therapies, of which you know i'm a big fan, then i wholeheartedly believe this book should be available on prescription. this book was so crucial to the beginning of my recovery process that i remember the exact spot i was in when hearing @mattzhaig himself read them to me via the audiobook version. i can recall exact passages in the book that led lightbulbs to flash on in my mind; tears of emotional weariness rolling down my face as i finally began accepting the depression and anxiety i was feeling. and down to earth phrasing that haig used to describe his own realisations through recovery that made me think for the first time that maybe, just maybe, things would eventually turn out okay.
.
in rtsa haig chronicles his onslaught of immediate and sudden depression, anxiety and panic disorder at age 24 and the journey he took through recognition, acceptance, recovery and growth. books have been written before and after on this same subject, many books, but it is the accessibility of matt's prose that i believe really sets his out from the rest. it is a great 'starter' book for anyone who may have recently realised that what they're feeling is poor mental health or illness or has only begun the journey to acceptance a short while ago. this is also an ideal read for anyone who wants to understand more about the kinds of thoughts and feelings a person close to them may be living with.
.
although a memoir, the chapters of rtsa aren't always chronological. as well as his own first person accounts, matt includes a list of tweets from readers detailing their own rtsa and 'conversations through time, parts 1-3' which are, literally, three conversations he's had with himself at various points in his recovery. i won't spoil these passages for you any further, just know they made the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end.
.
i'd recommend the audiobook so you can have matt's words of empathy and reassurance read as if spoken directly to you.

comment 31 star 111 August 2018

My office views aren’t so bad #dreamjobbing ✌🏻

comment 8 star 87 last month

2/2 educating myself on bipolar, the spectrum of mood disorders and other mental health issues has been invaluable to me this year. while i've become pretty self-aware of my triggers, my dos and don'ts, the things that help me and the things that don't, what really worries me is making decisions around the antidepressants i take. the more i begin to consider lowering, and eventually tapering off my current dose of 150mg venlafaxine, something i would like to do early next year, bigger and bigger questions start to crop up.
.
it is widely known that antidepressants, generally speaking, make symptoms of bipolar disorder worse. my depressions are both more severe and more ‘episodic’ than they used to be, but last for far shorter amounts of time than the low-moderate depressions i experienced before that would often go on for months. have my depressions worsened over the last couple of years for no reason at all, just because? have life events or age increased their severity? has confronting past traumas in therapy over the last year made my symptoms worse, something of a get-worse-before-it-gets-better type thing? have antidepressants pushed me further towards bipolarity? am i only questioning that now because i keep reading about it? do i even have bipolar at all? i can't recall experiencing hypomania before this year, but is that because i've only learned what hypomania is fairly recently and therefore i was unable to identify the signs before now?
.
as it happens, i've felt far better in the last couple of months than i have for a few years. i'd even measure my late-summer episode three months ago as a 'moderate' rather than a 'major'. i was never advised how long i should take my meds for but now i've been 'well' for a sustained length of time i feel i'd like to try without them. however, without the guide of a mh professional, i'm left to wonder, unanswered - will i get worse? will i get better? will my severe episodes stop? will my low-moderate but longer episodes return?

comment 7 star 142 3 weeks ago

1 butcher lined tupperware container flipped upside down + a string of christmas lights = super easy and cheap light box for calm, sensory play. #diytherapy #lightbox #calm

comment 1 star 16 2 weeks ago