After the coronavirus dwindles, a substantive psychological impact will follow. Here’s what we might expect from the COVID-19 impact on mental health.
How to stay connected during a time of social distancing. Our time battling Coronavirus (Covid-19) is better when we’re fighting it together.
Traditional symptoms of depression may be easy to recognize. But here are signs of depression that are less commonly known and harder to identify. Read More.
Toxic positivity is the overgeneralization of a happy, optimistic state resulting in the denial & invalidation of the authentic human emotional experience.
Cyberbullying is the use of electronic technology to send or post malicious content. It effects our children at even young ages. Here’s what we can do.
When you’re expecting a child, it’s normal for parents (especially new parents) to expect some anxiety and depression. This can affect an expecting mother’s ability to function normally. Here’s what to look for and how to cope.
Avoidance is an ineffective coping skill that offers the mind an escape from thinking or feeling uncomfortable things. Learn how to avoid avoiding.