Balance your mental and emotional 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 for helping with chronic pain.
Racing heart, trembling body and scattered mind. Anxiety is common and can overtake your emotions and life. Discover practical strategies to build resiliency when faced with your anxiety triggers.
Setting resolutions and goals may be done with the best intentions, but it's easy to have them break down over time. So why do people fall short of goals to make healthy diet and lifestyle changes?
Do your daily responsibilities and obligations leave you feeling stretched thin, stressed or anxious? Learn how setting boundaries can be a powerful tool for your mental and emotional health.
Freshman year of college is known for new experiences, but it also presents challenges. The W-Curve model is an emotional pattern incoming students may experience during their first year in college.
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.
Kindness is more than behavior — it's a quality of being. Kindness often is simple and free. Try a few easy ways to boost your kindness and enjoy the benefits of a longer, healthier life.
Feeling anxious now and then is common, but you can manage those feelings. Take control the next time your mind is stuck on the worry setting with these steps.
People with high-functioning anxiety hide behind successful facades, while on the inside, they have persistent feelings self-doubt, worry and fear of not measuring up. Learn the symptoms and get coping strategies.
Some fear of cancer recurring is normal, but excessive fear can decrease your quality of life. Here's how you can manage your fear.
PTSD is a common, natural reaction to a traumatic event. Explore key aspects of diagnosis, and how treatment can help people control mental and physical reactions, and regain their lives.
Loneliness, a by-product of COVID-19 pandemic isolation, now is considered an epidemic in the U.S. The prescription for easing loneliness? More human connection. These tips can help you reconnect.