1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Work Mental Health Tips

    We spend most of our time at our jobs, so it’s important that these are environments in which we can be healthy and happy. Yet according to a recent Gallup poll, 70 percent of Americans hate their jobs. Given this rate of job dissatisfaction, it is especially important for people in this predicament to care for their mental health at work. Yet even people who love their jobs may struggle to prio…Read More

  6. 5 New Year’s Resolutions for More Self-Love

    This time of year, you heard a lot about all the things people don’t like about themselves, and what they are going to do to change it. Whether they’re trying to lose weight, save more money, or quit smoking, it’s all about what they are doing wrong. While there is nothing wrong with self-improvement, this time of year also presents an incredible opportunity to heal the most important relati…Read More

  7. Tips for Staying Grounded During the Holidays

    Every year, it seems to come more quickly: the holiday season. While you may enjoy the smell of pine in the air, the nip of frost at your nose, and the opportunity to gather your family together, for many people, the holidays are a stressful and triggering time of year. Memories from dark times may be coming up for you, or you might feel enormous pressure to act a certain way. Not the mention, the…Read More

  8. Do I Have PTSD?

    Have you recently been through a traumatic event that you just can’t seem to get off your mind? Maybe you find yourself doing anything you can to distract yourself from it, such as by drinking to excess or engaging in risky behaviors, but it keeps coming back to you in nightmares. Maybe it’s affecting your work because it’s difficult to focus, or you are struggling to feel close to loved one…Read More

  9. This National Wellness Week, Focus On Your Emotional Health

    Every year during the third week of September, we celebrate National Wellness Week, which is part of National Recovery Month led by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). During this week, we look for ways that we can better incorporate the eight dimensions of wellness into our lives. The Eight Dimensions of Wellness Emotional: Effectively coping with the challenge…Read More

  10. Lesser Known Signs of Depression

    You probably know the classic symptoms of depression: low mood, excessive crying, loss of interest in things you love, and withdrawing from others, for example. However, there are many, lesser known signs of depression that you might overlook. It’s important to understand the different ways that depression manifests so that if you or a loved one shows signs of depression, you can get help prompt…Read More