5 04, 2021

“Make Your Mark” — Understanding Generativity vs. Stagnation

2021-03-24T17:23:12+00:00

You’ve hit middle age and taking time to reflect on your life so far. Do you feel that you are connected to a community with a sense of purpose whose actions will benefit future generations? Or have you been more focused on your own interests with no regard to being [...]

“Make Your Mark” — Understanding Generativity vs. Stagnation2021-03-24T17:23:12+00:00
15 03, 2021

Women’s Pandemic Gender Roles: Why Anger Is Bubbling Up

2021-03-13T20:57:11+00:00

The numbers are staggering. According to a National Women’s Law Center study, almost 2.2 million women departed the U.S. workforce between February and October of 2020. Again, the numbers are staggering... Women are angry, frustrated, and overwhelmed. Many have had to choose between working or taking care of their children [...]

Women’s Pandemic Gender Roles: Why Anger Is Bubbling Up2021-03-13T20:57:11+00:00
1 03, 2021

5 Telltale Signs of PTSD

2021-02-27T05:25:55+00:00

When most of us think of post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD, it’s usually about significant life events. For instance, the hurricane that your family experienced when you were a child. Or that car accident you had in your 20s. However, it’s possible to experience PTSD from other life events that [...]

5 Telltale Signs of PTSD2021-02-27T05:25:55+00:00
15 02, 2021

Understanding the Influence of Anxiety on Expectations

2021-02-13T20:32:16+00:00

Like many people, you might have high expectations for yourself. Perhaps you also take pride in that you hold yourself to high standards. But what happens when you don’t measure up to your own expectations? Do you take these setbacks in stride, or do they become major obstacles that cause [...]

Understanding the Influence of Anxiety on Expectations2021-02-13T20:32:16+00:00
1 02, 2021

What Is Love, Really? – 7 Top Challenges for Relationships

2021-01-31T07:44:20+00:00

What is love? It's an age-old question that people have been asking for a very long time. It’s been immortalized in art, music, and literature. Yet, even in the 21st century, we still find ourselves still asking the same question. Everyone has their perspective on what love should be. However, [...]

What Is Love, Really? – 7 Top Challenges for Relationships2021-01-31T07:44:20+00:00
18 01, 2021

How to Manage the Holiday Season During the Pandemic

2021-01-17T10:35:25+00:00

The holiday seasons this year will be like none other in recent memory. Instead of gathering together in-person to celebrate, we are separated. Typically the holidays are meant to be a time of consistency: participating in family traditions, reflecting on the events of the past year, exchanging gifts with others, [...]

How to Manage the Holiday Season During the Pandemic2021-01-17T10:35:25+00:00
4 01, 2021

Navigating COVID-19 Challenges for Blended Families – 3 Tips

2021-01-03T20:15:29+00:00

The COVID-19 pandemic has been uniquely challenging for us. That includes how we work, play, and even parent. However, the challenges for blended families during this time are particularly tricky. Even without the pandemic, it isn’t easy bringing two separate families together to form a new unit. Yet, it is [...]

Navigating COVID-19 Challenges for Blended Families – 3 Tips2021-01-03T20:15:29+00:00
21 12, 2020

Why Becoming an Ally Against Racism Starts at Home

2020-12-20T09:08:17+00:00

Parents are becoming more aware that they must teach their kids about racism. For many, however, this is a daunting task, fraught with anxiety. After all, teaching such an intense concept can be new territory. You want your child to grow up knowing what racism is and how to be [...]

Why Becoming an Ally Against Racism Starts at Home2020-12-20T09:08:17+00:00
16 11, 2020

How to Prepare for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

2020-11-14T10:30:37+00:00

Autumn is a pleasant time for many people to bring back sweaters and enjoy anything seasoned with pumpkin spice. But for you, it’s different. The shorter days and longer nights mean that winter is just around the corner. And with winter comes seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Seasonal affective disorder is when [...]

How to Prepare for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)2020-11-14T10:30:37+00:00
2 11, 2020

3 Coping Strategies When Anxiety Flares at Night

2020-10-31T10:16:39+00:00

Today might not have been an easy day — but you got through it nonetheless. In the evening before bedtime, though, you begin to feel anxiety creeping in. The next thing you know, you’ve gone from having an okay day to a terrible evening, thanks to a panic attack. Why does [...]

3 Coping Strategies When Anxiety Flares at Night2020-10-31T10:16:39+00:00
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