Thomas Hlubin

Thomas Hlubin, CEO

Hey there, my name’s Thomas and I created this website with a vision that’s deeply rooted in my profound interest in psychology, as well as my awareness of the staggering amount of people suffering from mental illness in the world today. With that being said, I’m all too aware of the need for accurate, respectable, and trustworthy content.

I myself have suffered greatly throughout my life from OCD, anxiety, and depression. The mental anguish that I’ve experienced as a result of those conditions has inspired me to develop this website to where it is now in hopes to not only help reduce the suffering of others, but to also create an environment where we can all learn from each other.

With this website, I hope to help reduce the unfortunate stigma associated with mental illness by bringing more awareness to it. I believe one way this can be done is by adding more high quality content on the internet.

I also feel very strongly that mental health needs to be taken much more seriously worldwide than it currently is. Simply put, I hope that with this platform I am able to help people around the world suffering from mental illness to suffer less. That alone is very important to me.

I love writing about psychology, meditation, and philosophy. I find writing about these topics to not only be a soothing and enthralling experience, but a challenging one as well. I also love the creativity aspect of writing, as well as the creativity involved in running this website.

Besides writing, I also love search engine optimization (SEO). I find everything about SEO to be immensely engrossing. I’m also quite interested in many other aspects of internet marketing as well, including marketing ethics.

I really appreciate you visiting and I hope you find the content on this website to be useful. Feel free to send me an email if you have an inquiry of any kind.

Thomas Hlubin

Founder, CEO, Writer, and Digital Marketer

My Blog Posts

How Exercise can Reduce Anxiety and Depression

How many of us convince ourselves that there simply isn't enough time in the day to work out? Yet, we still make time to binge watch our favorite shows, play video games for hours on end, or indulge in delicious foods when boredom plagues us ...
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Coping with Binge Eating Disorder During the Coronavirus Pandemic

What can be more anxiety provoking than self-isolating oneself in their home with the hopes of not contracting the highly contagious coronavirus disease? Well, experiencing this while simultaneously suffering from an eating disorder. Such a conclusion is due to the unfortunate reality that there is ...
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Coronavirus and OCD (A Germaphobes Worst Nightmare)

Coronavirus and OCD (A Germaphobes Worst Nightmare)

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is spreading around the world like wildfire at what appears to be at an exponential rate. In fact, as I write this very sentence, thousands of people have already perished because of the virus. What was completely unknown to most people ...
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A Beginner’s Guide to Mindfulness Meditation

In this article, you will learn what mindfulness meditation is, how it can benefit you, as well as how to actually do it. See, the problem for many of us is that we are so often trapped in the vicious cycle of discursive thought that ...
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3 Common Ways to Pace Exposure Therapy

In this article, I'm going to briefly go over the 3 most common ways you can pace your exposure to that which you fear. For obvious reasons, exposure therapy is often the least sought after form of treatment among those of us with anxious minds ...
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Why Can’t You Stay Happy?

For most of us, we all crave happiness. In fact, some of us want it more than anything else in the world. So, how can something that everyone so deeply desires to obtain be so difficult to acquire? The elusiveness of happiness causes people to ...
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Why it’s Impossible to do Your Best at Anything

Many of us wholeheartedly believe that it is actually possible to tap into and therefore exemplify the apotheosis of our truest potential. Although we often hear such professions ad nauseam by athletes and entrepreneurs, when we look closely, it doesn't take long before we unveil ...
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Is it Ethical to Kill Animals for Sport?

Where I'm from, the ethics of killing animals is rarely ever discussed, especially in the backwoods of the deep South. I grew up in southern Louisiana, where imbecilic rednecks are as commonplace as Baptist churches. It's undeniable to say that hunting culture is extremely popular ...
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10 Common Logical Fallacies with Examples

Logical fallacies. They occur much more frequently than you may realize. One only needs to listen closely to the reasons why people believe the things they believe to see the truth in this. What's even more troubling is that logical fallacies often slip by our ...
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should we eradicate all mosquitoes

Why We Need to Eradicate All Mosquitoes ASAP

The humble, or perhaps not so humble homo sapien has been walking the Earth with its calloused monkey-feet for around 200,000 years now, while mosquitoes have been flying around for over 30 million years. During that time, mosquitoes have evolved into highly effective blood-seeking, disease ...
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Is it Wrong to Be Envious of Others

Is it Wrong to be Envious of Others?

To admit that you have never felt envious about things that other people possess or of accomplishments that other people have achieved means that you're either lying or that you're experiencing sociopathy. Envy is a natural emotion to feel and it is not inherently abysmal, ...
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Are Narcissists Immoral?

Narcissists are some of the most distrusted and reviled people walking among us. The distaste that most people have for them is analogous to that of people suffering from sociopathy. Many people snarl at the mere thought of getting involved with a narcissist in any ...
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Conquering Boredom with Opposite Action

Like many others, I sometimes find myself to be the victim of an idle mind, left in an oasis of psychological purgatory. I can't think of a better time to write such an article, when currently, a wave of creative lethargy appears to have seeped ...
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India’s Mental Health Crisis

Although I have never been to India before, I find their culture to be quite enthralling. Their magnificent architecture, intriguing religious beliefs, and events such as the Hindu spring festival known as Holi doesn't surprise me as to why so many other people share my ...
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