Balance your mental and emotional health
A mental health day isn't just a nap and a latte. It's intentional time away from stress and responsibilities to improve health and boost mood. Create a plan so you can get all the benefits.
A little boredom can be a good thing. It can simulate creativity and problem-solving, while recharging the brain. Get tips to give your brain a boost and overcome feeling uncomfortable being bored.
Risk factors don't cause or predict suicide, but identifying risks brings awareness of warning signs. Read four interventions you can do to help someone who is feeling suicidal.
Coloring is a new craze, especially for adults. Learn about the therapeutic effects that take place when you sit down with some colored pencils and paper.
Do you feel sluggish or unmotivated? If so, it's time to develop an energy management plan to live a happier, healthier and more productive life.
Freshman year of college is known for new experiences, but it also presents challenges. The W-Curve is an emotional pattern incoming students find themselves experiencing their first year in college.
A three-digit number — 988 — provides immediate help during a mental health crisis. While the hotline helps those in crisis get support, a crisis safety plan can help identify the warning signs.
When a friend or family member has depression, it's difficult to know what to do or say. Here's how to offer support and understanding —and help your loved one get the resources they need.
Many college students struggle with depression or anxiety. As school resumes, talk about these conditions with your student, and brush up on symptoms and warning signs so you can step in with help.
Vegetable gardens are gaining popularity. Digging in the dirt and growing your own food can improve your physical and mental health. Get the scoop and gather tips before starting a garden.
One in 5 adolescents or teens experience a mental disorder each year. For girls, it can be especially challenging. Here's how to positively impact mental health in the girls in your life.
Stress is affecting many people in the post-pandemic world. And higher levels of stress and anxiety may continue for some time. Learn how to use your spiritual life to manage stress and heal.