1. Keeping Healthy While At Home: Mentally and Physically

    The coronavirus, or COVID-19, has caused a large shift in how we live our day to day lives. With people working from home, businesses shutting down, and limits on how much we can get out of the house, this time has caused mass amounts of uncertainty. We want to remind you that these feelings of uncertainty are okay. Everyone is going through this together, and while it may seem like a scary time, …Read More

  2. Coronavirus and Mental Health Coping Mechanisms

    From mandated government stay-at-home orders to gut wrenching stories on the news, the coronavirus has caused more than just physical harm to our world. Yes, the spreading of this unknown virus has caused deadly and horrible stories, but it has also caused many feelings of anxiety, depression, loneliness, and other feelings that can be harmful to our mental health. In this blog post, we are going …Read More

  3. Sheltering in Place Alone: How to Combat Loneliness

    Life as we know it has been entirely disrupted by the global pandemic. You may have lost your job, or have switched to working from home. If you live alone, this means that you might be entirely isolated from other people. This might mean that you are dealing with feeling extremely lonely, anxious, or depressed. This might make it tempting to put yourself and others at risk by socializing despite …Read More

  4. Mental Health Tips for Social Distancing

    As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the country, many people are taking necessary precautions to protect their physical health by practicing social distancing. It’s equally important to take protective measures for your mental health at this time, as the uncertainty and fear around the spread of the disease has caused high levels of anxiety.  If you’re feeling anxious, depressed, frustrat…Read More

  5. Coping With Difficult Family Dynamics During the Holidays

    It’s not “the most wonderful time of year” for everyone — for some, the holidays bring a high level of stress. When you have a dysfunctional family, occasions that bring everyone together can create more anxiety than cheer. Even if you have been living independently as an adult for many years, this is a time of year when many find themselves regressing into childhood roles.  Whether it’…Read More

  6. How to Become More Resilient and Overcome Obstacles

    You may know people who have suffered profound losses in their life, yet have gone on to be successful and happy. You may know others who were completely derailed from these experiences. What is the difference between these two groups? Resilience. Resilience is the quality of being able to cope and adapt in the face of adversity and trauma. Everyone has resilience, but some people are more skilled…Read More

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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