7 Keys to Releasing Fear and Worry


Wonderful article on how to release fear and worry. The author brings out 7 great steps.

Author of the article is Dr. Joshua David Stone.


How I beat bipolar, anxiety, panic?

How I beat bipolar, anxiety and panic disorders?

If you would like to read the full story on how I beat bipolar depression, anxiety disorder, panic attacks and eating disorders, then you are all most welcome to read my book “Confessions Of An Ex-Lawyer” that is available at:


I wrote the book in a fun manner, so there is no need to be afraid that this book is a downer. 🙂 I can also promise some surprises and a completely unexpected ending. Oh and if you are usually not a book-reader type of a person, then have no fear as well- the book is medium length and very easy to read for everyone. 🙂

The preview of my book is now also live on Google Books, which you are all welcome to visit and read as well. 🙂 Link to Google Books

How I got cured from depression
Inspirational ebook by Eva Tenter

Cover of the book

Video stories about the book are available on my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/exlawyerconfessions

Much love to all and have an awesome weekend! 🙂 ❤


What is depression? Anxiety? – True Story

True Story about healing from depression, anxiety, panic attacks and eating disorders Supersale for 24 hours – only 3 $ – get Your copy of the e-book now. 🙂 What is depression? Anxiety – Get Your copy HERE

Declutter Your Life

Emotions associated with happiness
Emotions associated with happiness (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Decluttering my life has been one of the key aspects in getting healed from depression, anxiety disorder and panic attacks. If you remove clutter from your home, relationships and thoughts (i.e. from your life in general), then everything in your life starts becoming clearer with each day.

Tips for decluttering can be found from a lot of books and self-improvement websites, but I would still give you a few simple tips from my side that I have personally found most useful.

Decluttering your home

Throw away everything that you have not used for 6 months – and I do mean EVERY material item, not just clothes and footwear.

Being as detached as possible to all your material possessions is one of the main keys to emotional freedom as well.

Decluttering your relationships

By decluttering your relationships I mean cutting the socializing cords with every person that injects negativity / emotional toxins into your life. You do not have to socialize with everyone on the planet – it is not even possible. 🙂 So never feel like you HAVE TO socialize with someone. There is no such obligation.

If you personally feel that someone in your life has a toxic effect on you, then feel free to let that relationship go.

Decluttering your thoughts

By decluttering your relationships, your thoughts start to declutter automatically, because the negative influences that were there before, are now gone. This means that your mind has more time to focus on the positive and this is exactly what you need to do in order to find your own happiness and inner peace. Just keep your focus on the positive at all times!

Do everything that you love and cut out all actions/relationships/obligations from your life that you do not enjoy. Enjoying life brings happiness not only to yourself, but also to everyone around you. And happiness creates more happiness, exactly like negativity creates more negativity.

So get happy now and do the things you enjoy!

To end up my post on decluttering your life – here is one amazing video by Abraham Hicks about Creating Positive Expectations


Alcoholism and Depression – Linked Disorders

alcoholism (Photo credit: JoeBenjamin)

Learn-about-alcoholism.com has written a very interesting article about the connection between alcoholism and depression. An excerpt from the article:

“Research shows that between thirty and fifty percent of individuals with alcohol dependence also suffer from major depression, during one or more of the stages of the disease.

In addition to the array of debilitating alcoholism-related symptoms, the individual also may experience excessive fatigue, lack of energy, anxiousness and suicidal thoughts when their condition is layered with depression.”

Source (and more on this topic) can be found from: http://www.learn-about-alcoholism.com/alcoholism-and-depression.html


Famous People With Mental Illnesses

This is part 1 of a YouTube video series “Famous People With Mental Illnesses.

I sincerely wish to express my gratitude towards the author of this video for coming up with the idea for this video and for composing this information. It will definitely be of help to many to see that so many admired famous people are suffering from the same illnesses as they are.

In my opinion it is very important to make the world see that mental illnesses are not something that make a person disabled. It is very possible that a person suffering a mental illness might seem absolutely fine to the outside world.

Also, as pointed out by the author of this video, suicide brought on by mental illnesses, is the no 2 cause for deaths…but almost no attention is paid to this fact publicly. Only perhaps for a couple of weeks, when another famous person dies, but even then it is not always discussed that the cause for death was suicide.

By this I mean that also alcoholism and illegal substance abuse that lead to a persons death is also actually suicide.

I hereby repeat one of my main messages once more – If you have any kind of mental problems / if you are going through a tough time emotionally / feel that your worries are overwhelming or for which ever other reason you feel like it….please go see a therapist, psychologist, psychiatrist, support group or anyone that you feel comfortable talking to. Please do not feel that you need to keep your worries to yourself. You really do not have to. It is absolutely okay to share your feelings.

Also to those out there with alcohol or illegal substance abuse problems – please understand that the reasons for your overconsumption lie in your mental problems. Please go see a mental health professional – for your own sake and for the sake of your loved ones.