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Winter can be a difficult time for some people, and the coming winter may add to that as we "hunker down" to prevent the spread the COVID-19. Here are 8 things you can do now to mentally prepare for a winter with an ongoing pandemic.
Do you recall the good feelings you have when you hear an old favorite song? Explore the ways you can use music to help you heal and be well during challenging times.
2020 has been a year of change and stress. Oct. 10 is World Mental Health Day. Check in with yourself to assess your mental health.
Mindfulness has become a popular concept. Frequently thought of as a way to manage stress and improve focus, discover the benefits of mindfulness practice.
The COVID-19 pandemic has escalated and created challenges, especially for teens. When life gets hard, the rates of depression, feelings of hopelessness and thoughts of suicide can rise. Here are 5 things you can do to help teens overcome suicidal thoughts.
National Suicide Prevention Week is Sept. 6–12. Learn about risk factors, warning signs and 4 things you can do to help someone who is feeling suicidal.
Anger is a normal emotion, but uncontrolled anger can take a toll. Here are 7 anger management tips to prevent relationship damage.
However school meets this fall, one thing is certain: Mental health is a vital part of the equation. To work on a healthy mindset for this school year, it may help to actively focus on these 4 Be's.
Social media is a fun, easy way for kids to connect with friends. Because younger kids are joining in, it's important to teach them that even though social media is fun to use, there also are risks. Learn how to keep your children safe on social media.
2020 has been a year full of change and trauma. You may be wondering what's next. As events unfold, you may begin to feel irritable, struggle to motivate yourself or just feel stuck. You're emotionally exhausted. Learn what it is and what you can do regain a sense of well-being.
When your children are struggling, you want to be able to help them sort through whatever it is that they need. Learn how anxiety affects children so you and your children find relief.
Life happens, even for kids: bullying, school problems, hunger, problems at home, illness, divorce and the list goes on. Stress can affect children the same way it affects adults, so what can we do to help those kids in need of a little support?