Counseling is a form of treatment for many emotional and mental illness issues.
In every relationship, couples have natural ways they connect and natural ways they have conflict. When life is easy the connecting part is easy and the conflict can be more easily be overlooked. As life becomes more stressful connecting [...]
The Grant Study attempted to define the good life by tracking the lives of nearly three hundred Harvard men. The study began in 1937, when the men were sophomores, and it followed them for more than seventy years [...]
Mental illness has a deep impact on families, including sibling relationships. NAMI (National Alliance Mental Illness) writes that… “The disruptive force of mental illness is often referred to as family burden. This burden has a subjective component, which [...]
When the pandemic hit, our collective worlds came to a screeching halt in ways we are still trying to understand. University classes and schools were cancelled, sporting events postponed, concerts rescheduled, and so much more. Then the layoffs came, [...]
Most of us are feeling increased stress and anxiety as we face the issues surrounding COVID-19. There are financial pressures, anxieties around the virus itself, and stress with the complete upheaval of our normal lives. This is the ideal [...]
15 Mental Health Strategies to Reduce Anxiety and Fear Around the COVID-19 Pandemic Focus on what you can do (i.e. Wash hands, avoiding large groups, following public health recommendations, etc…). Let go of what you can’t control. Turn the [...]
How Mental Illness Affects Relationships? Hi, I’m Angela, I have a husband with bipolar 2 disorder, my kids have ADHD, and I myself have struggled with depression—YOU’RE NOT ALONE! This week’s mental health tips are about how mental [...]