1. How to Set Boundaries at Work

    Part of any job is building and maintaining relationships. Unfortunately, this is not always simple. You might work with difficult people who push your buttons. You might be a people pleaser who struggles to say “no.” Maybe your work environment is high stress. In all of these scenarios, it’s especially important to know how to set boundaries.  In our previous article, we covered the reason…Read More

  2. The Importance of Boundaries at Work

    We spend a third of our lives at work, which means it’s essential that we prioritize our mental health in the workplace. That being said, burnout and stress are rampant in the modern world, making it much more challenging for individuals to prioritize wellness. This has a real impact not only personally, but professionally. In fact, more than half of all workers report that stress and anxiety im…Read More

  3. How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

    Do you often feel like you don’t deserve your achievements? Does it feel like you’re “faking it” and aren’t actually as competent as people think you are? Do you feel like a secret failure and that at any moment, someone is going to figure you out? You may have imposter syndrome.  What is Imposter Syndrome? Imposter syndrome is a psychological phenomenon in which an individual has persi…Read More

  4. Setting Boundaries with Yourself

    Boundaries are guidelines we establish to communicate how we want to be treated. When you think of boundaries, you probably associate them with other people, whether you put them in place with your family, romantic partner, or coworkers. However, it’s also imperative that we establish boundaries with ourselves.  Why Establish Boundaries With Yourself When you set boundaries with yourself, you a…Read More

  5. All About Rumination

    If you’re like most people, you’ve spent a day unable to get your mind off of something. Maybe something unfair happened to you, or you worried about a future event. The human brain is inclined towards obsession, trying to find meaning from a stressful situation. While this is a normal phenomenon, it can easily turn toxic. When obsessing turns into a negative cycle where you’re replaying the…Read More

  6. 5 Tips for Improving Emotional Regulation

    Everyone experiences challenges when it comes to emotional regulation from time to time. Maybe you lost your patience with your child, or raised your voice at a coworker. When you’re under stress, it’s not always easy to keep your cool and respond the way you want. Fortunately, emotional regulation is a skill that can be practiced. The good news is that you already practice emotional regulatio…Read More

  7. Dating Tips for Making a Real Connection

    These days, it’s easier than ever to meet a prospective romantic partner, but in many ways, this makes it harder than ever to form an authentic connection. You can swipe on, match with, and message dozens of people in a day, and this wealth of choice makes it seem like there is always someone “better” out there. It doesn’t help that everyone is projecting out a perfect version of their liv…Read More

  8. Mindfulness Tips for Better Mental Health

    There’s a lot of buzz about mindfulness in the mental health community these days, and it isn’t hard to understand why. Research shows that mindfulness may be beneficial to both your mental and physical health. What is Mindfulness? Simply put, mindfulness is paying attention to the present moment and accepting what is happening without judgment. When we are mindful, we are aware of our emotion…Read More

  9. 6 Unexpected Symptoms of Stress

    At one point or another, everyone experiences stress. Maybe you have a big test coming up, you’re going through a breakup, or you have a high-pressure job. Regardless of the source of your stress, when it becomes too much, your body lets you know in ways that may not be immediately obvious to you. If you’re experiencing one or more of these symptoms, you may be struggling with stress. Hair Los…Read More

  10. How to Make More Time For Yourself

    Does it feel like you are running around from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.? You’re not alone. These days, people are busier than ever, and it may feel like you have no “you” time. Fortunately, while time is a limited resource, this is most often less of an issue of not having enough time and more of an issue of not prioritizing self-care. What you focus on is what fills your time. If you are solely focu…Read More