I am going to take the time today to go over what I am currently feeling, and what I usual feel like throughout the day as I share it with anxiety and depression. I will also share some tips and tools that I have learned throughout my life in hopes of giving you a few new ones to try out yourself.
We are all a part of it. We cannot escape it, and we need to listen to the professionals. Caronavirus SUCKS! And you know what makes it not suck? Not getting it! Guess how you don’t get it: You don’t leave the house, unless absolutely essential.
In a recent national study on medical coverage efforts in regards to varying medical specialties, mental health coverage is falling short of offering adequate care for those suffering from mental health illnesses.
COVID-19 has been do nothing, but cause stress and anxiety, not to mention keep us cooked up in our house for the last several months. During this time, we need to explore a few options that can help us get through these times, and keep us positive as we wait for things to recover.
Pets, whether dogs or cats or lizards or whatever you have taken in as your own, have been there for us no matter the circumstance. When we are happy, guess whose there? When we are sad or angry, look whose coming up to see you, or laying on your lap? Yep, it’s your pet.
People have a lot of reasons to keep their failures locked up and tucked far away where no one can notice them, but is this right, and more importantly, is it healthy?
We all think about returning to work and returning to our social groups, and for our kids, it is much of the same. People around the world have been slowly adjusting to the rules and regulations in place with “stay at home” order in affect, business closures, and school closures.
Feeling down? There’s an app for that. Anxious. There’s an app for that too. Sleepless nights go you moaning and groaning? Guess what?! THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT! But is it what you think?
The recent months have caused drastic changes among the majority of citizens. With COVID19 running rampant throughout our world, it leaves many to wonder when the quarantine will end, and many more wondering when they can return to their normal work schedules.
Online therapy has become more and more useful to those who are suffering from various mental health illnesses across the globe. Thanks to a study done by the University of Toronto, Scarborough, there is a new therapy being utilized by patients with recurrent depression symptoms, and this additional care is providing an additional way to receive vital health care therapy.