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December 2020

Identifying Life’s Challenges: What Are the Symptoms of Childhood Depression?

2021-03-07T14:45:48+00:00

“Childhood” and “depression” are two words that unfortunately have become an increasingly used phrase — even as much as we wish never had to be used together. While we know that adult depression and anxiety levels have been rising, it’s essential to acknowledge that children are the same. This reality has received more attention in [...]

Identifying Life’s Challenges: What Are the Symptoms of Childhood Depression? 2021-03-07T14:45:48+00:00

How to Cope With Anxiety During the Holidays

2021-03-07T14:16:30+00:00

As beautiful as they may seem from the outside, the holidays aren’t always a time of cheer and warm feelings. If you struggle with anxiety, you probably know this is true. Maybe you experience anxiety throughout the year but getting through the holidays adds another layer of complications. Or perhaps the holidays are one of [...]

How to Cope With Anxiety During the Holidays 2021-03-07T14:16:30+00:00

November 2020

What Is It Like to Live With High-Functioning Anxiety?

2021-03-05T22:15:36+00:00

For an increasingly common disorder, anxiety is incredibly misunderstood. First of all, it is not about the normal moments of nervousness we will all experience — at least a few times per day. On the other end of the spectrum, anxiety is not a condition you will always recognize in someone. It takes many forms. [...]

What Is It Like to Live With High-Functioning Anxiety? 2021-03-05T22:15:36+00:00

5 Key Ways Grief and Loss May Be Fueling Your Depression

2021-01-04T10:23:32+00:00

Grief can be a very unpredictable ride. Often, it looks and feels much different than it is portrayed in films or books. Grief does have its stages but those stages rarely follow a predetermined path. Additionally, the way grief is experienced and processed can vary widely from person to person. Amidst all this uncertainty is [...]

5 Key Ways Grief and Loss May Be Fueling Your Depression 2021-01-04T10:23:32+00:00

October 2020

7 Ways to Use Stress and Anxiety to Your Advantage

2020-11-21T14:14:10+00:00

When we think of stress and anxiety, they are usually considered negative states. After all, stress can cause us to feel apprehensive and nervous, or to worry endlessly. Anxiety often distracts us from things in life that genuinely matter and require our attention. In addition, stress and worry are often about things that are outside [...]

7 Ways to Use Stress and Anxiety to Your Advantage 2020-11-21T14:14:10+00:00

Identifying Bodily Symptoms of Depression & What to Do Next

2020-11-21T14:33:16+00:00

Most people think of depression as strictly a mental condition. It’s true; that’s where the core of depression stems from. It can also cause various emotional symptoms, including feelings of hopelessness, guilt, or even feeling as though things would be better if you weren’t here.  The mental and emotional effects of depression are real and [...]

Identifying Bodily Symptoms of Depression & What to Do Next 2020-11-21T14:33:16+00:00

September 2020

Has the Uncertainty of a Worldwide Crisis Intensified Your Anxiety? – How to Normalize the Effects

2020-09-28T11:49:08+00:00

The pandemic has upended many of our lives. Over a few short weeks, we went from normalcy to perpetual uncertainty. In these trying times, it's normal to feel anxious or uncertain about the future. However, does it now feel like your anxiety has intensified or feels unmanageable? If so, you aren't alone. Many of us [...]

Has the Uncertainty of a Worldwide Crisis Intensified Your Anxiety? – How to Normalize the Effects 2020-09-28T11:49:08+00:00

Does the Isolation of the Coronavirus Pandemic Exacerbate Your Depression? Simple Tips for Practicing Self-Care

2020-09-14T15:25:02+00:00

As humans, we have a natural inclination towards socialization and togetherness. Unfortunately, the pandemic has forced us to do the exact opposite -- isolate and avoid in-person socialization. When the coronavirus pandemic first began, no one knew how long we'd have to isolate. Now we're nearly six months in, and the outlook hasn't much improved. [...]

Does the Isolation of the Coronavirus Pandemic Exacerbate Your Depression? Simple Tips for Practicing Self-Care 2020-09-14T15:25:02+00:00