The observance of Memorial Day may have brought up a variety of memories and emotions. This weeks blog explores our emotions and how to support loved ones.
Recovery from mental health struggles is not a one time thing, often it will come w/ lots of twists & turns, today’s blog focuses on managing hose flare ups and traveling the path back to hope & healing
Ever feel like you need a serious boost to keep you going through the day? Today’s blog focuses on the small things you can do to improve your mood.
Talking about mental health with friends and family can come with many emotions but can also be very important to help healing & moving forward. This weeks blog explores how to start having those conversations
This weeks blog explores safety issues and areas of concern with teens and tweens use of social media and ways we can help keep our kids safe using Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook and the plethora of other apps that have been surfacing in their world.
Part III of our couples’ blog series explores how to rebuilt trust and connection after there has been infidelity in the relationship.
Good communication doesn’t mean that everyone agrees. It doesn’t even mean that no one gets frustrated! What it does mean is that everyone has their point of view heard and validated. Good communication happens when people are talking in a calm, respectful, and honest way. This can be hard to do when emotions are involved! But with practice, you and your partner can figure out where you might get stuck.
What does “good” communication look like? We talk and text all the time–what could possibly be missing? Quantity of communication does not necessarily mean quality. And a lot of communication can be misinterpreted. Over the next several weeks Angelus will focus in on the concepts of Couple’s and what makes and breaks healthy communication within a relationship.
Part of becoming a better athlete is pushing your limits: doing things you didn’t think you could do. Regularly pushing yourself physically can absolutely make you a better athlete. But it’s just as beneficial to know your limits in order to keep yourself in that optimal best state. It’s just as important to know your mental limits. Here’s how to make sure you aren’t stretched beyond your limits.
Athletics can provide a positive element to a young person’s life: building confidence, teaching teamwork and self-discipline, developing and maintaining good exercise habits, and honing communication skills. It can also come with immense pressure that can take a toll on your young athlete. Today’s blog explores how we can best be there to support our young athletes physical and mental health.