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A person walking through snow in boots, jeans, and a bright yellow jacket. 3 Winter Self-Care Tips for Mental Health

3 Winter Self-Care Tips for Mental Health

It’s winter: the days are shorter, the sun often hides behind overcast skies, and, well, it’s really cold. All of this can leave us feeling down, sluggish, and reaching for…

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Coping with Seasonal Depression

In winter, the sun sets earlier, there are fewer sunny days, and the temperatures drop significantly. These conditions may leave many people feeling a little down. But  for some, the…

How to stop languishing. finding flow the antidote to languishing

Finding Flow: The Antidote to Languishing

Have you been feeling like you’re going through the motions of life, not necessarily depressed but definitely not thriving? In a previous article, we discussed what it means to be…

high-functioning depression

What is High-Functioning Depression?

“High-functioning depression” has been a buzzword in the headlines after former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst tragically died by suicide last month. Ms. Kryst was successful and high-achieving. She was an…

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Letting Go of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)

Maybe you know the feeling: you’re scrolling through social media and the longer you scroll, the worse you feel. Why does this happen?  You might be experiencing FOMO, an acronym…

5 Types of Abuse in Relationships

5 Tips for Facing a Pandemic Winter

Worried about facing a pandemic winter? The fall and winter months bring with them shorter days, limited sunlight, and lower temperatures. Even under normal circumstances, it’s not uncommon for those…

Comparison Trap

3 Ways to Avoid the Comparison Trap with Ease

Do you find yourself falling into the comparison trap? We are wired to compare ourselves to others; doing so can actually help us thrive. Noticing the achievements and talents of…