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  • Managing Anxiety During the Holidays

    The holiday season is often accompanied with stress and pressure. There are responsibilities that involve plans with loved ones, shopping, cleaning, and entertaining on top of maintaining your usual routine. Holiday anxiety happens commonly, and it can pose a mental health issue if left unchecked. “The holidays are a wonderful time, but they can quickly… Read more

  • “Winter Blues” or Seasonal Affective Disorder?

    Do you experience a change in mood during the shorter, gloomier winter days? This is colloquially called the “winter blues.” You might notice that you’re generally more depressed and lethargic during this time of the year. The winter blues may make you more unhappy than usual, but they usually won’t stop you from having fun.… Read more

  • Gratitude is a Powerful Tool

    Gratitude is a Powerful Tool

    During the holiday season, being thankful and showing appreciation are often encouraged. We are thinking of gift ideas, ways to “pay it forward”, donating to different causes, and being intentional about returning kindness. This is a time to notice and appreciate the positives in life while finding ways to return kindness. Gratitude is a powerful… Read more

  • Celebrate Yourself and Express Gratitude to Improve Your Quality of Life

    Celebrate Yourself and Express Gratitude to Improve Your Quality of Life

    This post may contain affiliate links. If you use these links to buy something we may earn a small commission. Thanks. When was the most recent time you paused, celebrated yourself, patted yourself on the back, and expressed gratitude? Far too many of us neglect to stop and appreciate ourselves, express gratitude, or think about… Read more

  • Anxiety as a Mental Health Problem

    Anxiety as a Mental Health Problem

    Anxiety is when you’re worried, tense, or afraid, particularly about things that are going to take place or that you think might happen in the future. Humans inherently have anxiety when they feel a sense of danger to their safety. It’s something that you can sense, think about, and experience. Read more

  • Adult Friendships & Mental Health

    Adult Friendships & Mental Health

    Do you have a friend with whom you can cry, laugh, and share your most private secrets? Or looking for a trusted friend to do life with? If yes to either of those questions, then you understand the importance of friendships. And you may have noticed that at some point in your life friendships were… Read more