Earkick Ambassador Jamal Rizvi On How To Make Mental Health Attractive. Initially, Jamal – a mental health social worker, podcaster, painter and blogger- got involved in mental health through volunteering. He found it so grounding and meaningful, that he decided to become a full time professional. Next to pursuing his current degree Jamal now works … Continue reading Break down the barriers!
Have you ever watched your cat sleep like an innocent little angel and wished you could do the same? Your cat spends about 60% of its life enjoying everything from refreshing cat naps and light dozing to stretches of deep sleep. And it does so in countless adorable insta-ready positions, always looking like it’s floating … Continue reading Tired Of Tired? How To Sleep Like A Cat 🐈
Sophia is a 17 year old student and mental health advocate. As an official Earkick Ambassador, she knows first hand that supporting peers who are struggling emotionally can make a huge difference in their daily life. Check out how she approaches peer support and what she learned from her own experience with overcoming the very common habit of finger picking. Continue reading Back-To-School Anxiety: How To Help Your Peers
Throwback of Earkick’s first year. We’re after a huge vision with an exciting company, a powerful team and a popular product. Stay tuned! Continue reading From Vision To Company: Earkick’s 1. Year On The Way To Becoming The Leading Mood & Anxiety Tracker.
Hope. A powerful word. Marking a state of being. A dream of a better life. Inspiring hope in our community is precisely our mission at Earkick. We co-founders and the whole Earkick Team are passionate about developing the app to improve mental health through journaling, breathwork and creating mindful moments. Today we are sharing a … Continue reading Domestic Abuse Advocate Lauren: How to Inspire Hope
Coping mechanisms are an essential tool in our mental health kit. This week we are featuring someone who had to learn how to cope the hard way and has found her safe space. We are excited to share our platform with an emerging British dancer, yogi and artist from the UK who shares how she … Continue reading Find Your Own Coping Mechanism
I experienced my first panic attack when I was only 9 years old. It happened out of the blue, while I was in school and I didn’t know what was happening to me. All of the sudden I couldn’t breathe anymore and so I stuck my head out the window to catch my breath, assuming … Continue reading My Life With Panic Attacks