Natasha Devine

Natasha Devine, Author at New Life Outlook

About Natasha

Natasha is a passionate story-teller who has always been able to make a long story longer.

She was diagnosed with chronic depression and general anxiety disorder in her early teens and is grateful that she can use her experience to help empower others.

Beyond NewLifeOutlook, Natasha writes on her blog, It’s a Devine Life, about food, movies, life, and everything in between. She can also frequently be found behind her camera, hiking local trails, on her yoga mat, or cuddling her cat while indulging in a good film.

“Healers are spiritual warriors who have found the courage to defeat the darkness of their souls…Reborn with a wisdom and strength that creates a light that shines bright enough to help, encourage, and inspire others out of their own darkness.” -Melanie Koulouris

You can find Natasha on Instagram and Twitter at @TashaDevine.

Natasha's Work

Benefits of Yoga for Depression and How to Get Started

6 Benefits of Yoga for Depression and How to Get Started

Benefits of yoga for depression are virtually endless as it has a myriad of benefits for your body, your mind, and emotional state.
by Natasha Devine on October 3, 2018
Trouble Concentrating With Depression

5 Ways to Cope with Concentration Troubles and Depression

Trouble concentrating in younger ages can result in poor grades and for adult life it can cause issues at work, especially in fast-paced environments.
by Natasha Devine on August 28, 2018
How to Help a Loved One With Depression

How to Help a Loved One With Depression

Ever wondered how to help someone with depression? Here are some things and ways that you can do to help and show your support
by Natasha Devine and Lana Barhum on August 30, 2017
Foods for Depression

Boost Your Energy and Mood By Eating Well

A change in diet can vastly improve some of the symptoms of depression. Consider including these foods for depression in your diet!
by Lana Barhum and Natasha Devine on March 8, 2017
Depression Brain Fog

Depression Brain Fog and How to Cope

Poor concentration is a common symptom of depression, but depression brain fog is so much more than that. Learn how to prevent and manage it here.
by Natasha Devine on March 28, 2016
Post Holiday Depression

How to Handle Post Holiday Depression

For some, the downtime after the holidays is when you may feel yourself slipping. So now what? Explore these options for beating post holiday depression.
by Natasha Devine on January 12, 2016
The Importance of Talking About Depression

The Importance of Talking About Depression

As difficult as it can be, it is so important for those suffering to start talking about depression. Here are a few reasons why:
by Natasha Devine on October 21, 2015
Is It Depression or Bipolar?

Understanding the Differences Between Depression and Bipolar

At first it may be difficult to tell whether depression or bipolar disorder is causing your symptoms —but these conditions have many differences.
by Natasha Devine on August 19, 2015
Understanding Situational Depression

Understanding Situational Depression

Situational depression and clinical depression are similar at first glance, but when looked at with a better understanding, the differences become clear.
by Natasha Devine on August 5, 2015
Relocation Depression

6 Tips for Combatting Relocation Depression

Moving at any point in your life is a big production. The good news is that there are a few ways to cope with depression after moving.
by Natasha Devine on July 14, 2015
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