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All people have a point where it becomes "too much", "the batteries are empty" or you "meet the wall". You simply do not have the strength to deal with more challenges or demands in everyday life. In psychology, we can refer to this condition as "being outside one's tolerance window."

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Many people experience that darker days and more indoor time can be struggling for their mental health. Combined with isolation and less contact with friends and family, it is only natural that one can experience the winter months as more stressful than usual this year. Therefore, we have gathered some good advice that can help you take care of your mental health in the future - completely free from risk of being infected by corona virus!

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Getting out of one's familiar environment makes it possible to change perspective on the difficulties in life, which in turn can make change possible. If you change environment, you change focus. This is one of the reasons why wilderness therapy is an exciting treatment option.

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Seven out of ten adolescents with mental illness suffer from chronic pain. And it is the depressed girls who are most in pain. Pain in the muscles and skeleton is at the peak of the pain.

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