How Recognizing Grief Helps You Cope

How Recognizing Grief Helps You Cope

One of the most difficult experiences in life is losing a loved one. After almost a year of tumultuous trials and tribulations in navigating the pandemic, almost all of us have experienced some level of grief. Whether you have or have not personally lost a loved one,...

Why So Lonely? Millennials and Mental Health

Why So Lonely? Millennials and Mental Health

Recently, millennials—those born between 1981and 1996—have been changing the way people discuss mental health. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI),  millennials have become the primary generation who advocates for mental health...

National Stress Awareness Day: Tips to Combat Stress Year-Round

National Stress Awareness Day: Tips to Combat Stress Year-Round

Everybody has stress. Some stress is good for you. It helps you respond to situations and could even help you benefit from the change it brings. However, too much stress can interfere with life and begin to cause harm to your mental and physical state. When stress...

Curbing Disappointment and Anger During COVID-19

Curbing Disappointment and Anger During COVID-19

There has been no shortage of tension rising during COVID-19. When you have financial responsibilities, children or trying your best to share space with others if you have to work from home, it becomes overwhelming. You have lost balance and peace, and because of it,...

How to Navigate Working from Home for Those with ADD or ADHD

How to Navigate Working from Home for Those with ADD or ADHD

The pandemic has caused so much uncertainty, that many have had to alter how they go about their day. Adjusting schedules to work from home, go to school remotely and socialize online has caused much distress among people worldwide, especially if they have a mental...

TMS: The Future of Treating Depression?

TMS: The Future of Treating Depression?

While there are many treatments for depression, most of practices may seem conventional—perhaps outdated. A significant number of people who struggle with depression may not respond to treatment and often find themselves doctor-hopping or switching medications. It...