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- 5 Positive Habits to Help Improve Symptoms of DepressionDepression is the number one mental health condition across the globe. It has many underlying causes, and people experience it in different severities. While depression is often treated with therapy and/or psychiatric medications, there are things you can do on your own that will help to improve symptoms of depression. These activities will help improve current […]
- Is Therapy Right for You? When It’s Time to See a Therapist and How it Can HelpI am often asked by friends and family members if I think they should go to therapy for various concerns they have. My answer is usually, “it depends.” One of the biggest factors that will determine what you get out of therapy is whether you are motivated to work on yourself, including increasing your self-awareness […]
- The Social Media Struggle: How It Can Make Parents Feel Inadequate, Anxious, and DepressedSocial media is a part of life. For many people, it’s the first thing you might look at in the morning. From there, you might scroll through your news feed randomly throughout the day. If you’re a parent, though, social media can feel like a struggle. You may want to use it to connect with other […]
- Why Most People Misunderstand AnxietyAnxiety is one of the most prominent mental health conditions across the globe. In the U.S. alone, it’s estimated that 40 million adults deal with some type of anxiety disorder. And yet, anxiety is still incredibly misunderstood. Perhaps one of the biggest reasons it’s often misunderstood is because we have belittled it so much. Do […]
- The Impact of Stress on Chronic IllnessEveryone has some stress in their lives. Avoiding it completely is impossible. Sometimes, a little stress can actually be a good thing. In fact, quick, short-term stress can help with motivation and task completion. However, if you consistently experience significant stress, it can have a negative impact on your body.