Aside from the practical benefit of growing your own food, there are actually neurobiological reasons that gardening makes people feel good. Learn how gardening can help treat depression and anxiety naturally in this weeks’s blog
While grieving is certainly not new to the human experience, the unique circumstances befalling the world amid the COVID-19 pandemic have initiated a collective grieving process that needs to be attended to, because the loss everyone is experiencing (in different ways) is quite unlike anything that has happened before.
The whole world is grieving in a way right now, but the grief may be particularly unique for high school seniors who were just about to graduate.This week’s blog focuses on this group of resilient young people as they cope with the challenges that the coronavirus and its treatments have placed on them.
It is totally normal to be feeling down, discouraged, lethargic, or just a little “off.” Mental health is likely to be affected when daily routines are thrown off and there is an underlying sense of danger in the air. This week’s blog explores how these changes can trigger a mental health flareup and how to stay safe in those situations.
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.
If you haven’t incorporated dance into your self-care routine, hopefully this week’s blog will show you some of the possibilities and benefits of doing so.