Being told you can’t work, go to school, spend time with friends, hug family, or go about your daily routines can have anyone feel like they are a prisoner of circumstance or walking through a fog. This week’s blog is aimed to provide you with some tips to try to remain calm, healthy, & to keep your mental health afloat not only during quarantine, but beyond.
Despite the need there are many reasons why you may be unable to make an in person session, but worry not! Online counseling may be a great option for you! This weeks blog is part of a 2 part series on using telehealth to manage your mental health.
Part 3 in our series focusing on women’s issues. This week we address the advantages as well as potential drawbacks of women being assertive. Exploring gender biases and how a women having a backbone can get frequently misconstrued as her being ‘a bitch’ with a push back to ‘play nice’ and ‘act like a lady’.
For our second week of our Focus on Women’s Issues series: This blog addresses the pressure women often feel to have kids, ways to manage that pressure, & why having a childless existence (or only 1 child) is A-Okay!
We live in a world that is full of images & messages about what women “should” look, act & feel like. This sculpts many women’s concept of ideal body image, confidence in themselves and feelings about how they ‘fit’ in this world. This weeks blog explores the emotional impact of body image on women and tips on how to resculpt our own views about our bodies and ourselves.
Prioritizing self-love is actually very closely related to prioritizing your mental health. This blog shares some reasons why it’s ok to love yourself first and how that becomes the building blocks to better relationships with others.
In a world that is relationship obsessed we can often feel like an outcast being single on any given day, but V-Day amplifies this & leaves us feeling empty and unworthy. This weeks blog explores how to handle being single on the top relationship holiday. Looking at what motivates us to see that ‘right’ mate and behaviors that help and hurt this search.
Not all struggles are easily seen, but that does not mean that they are’t deeply felt. This week blog focuses on the those that appear like they have it all together, that always have things organized and work done just right. Those that we go to for help because we often do not see that below the surface they may be struggling with high functioning anxiety. Experiencing an inner dread and panic that they push through but that takes a toll on their physical and emotional health.
It is easy to get caught up in how your mental health effects you. This blog explores how your mental well-being can also affect your intimate relationships.
Parenting can be stressful and overwhelming, but feeling like a good parent while struggling with your mental health can feel just about impossible. This weeks blog explores boundaries, tips and strategies to help you find the balance in both.