Anxiety: What To Do When Your Body Isn’t Listening

Written By Leslie Stevens, M.Ed., LCMHC If you deal with symptoms of anxiety, you know the challenges of your body not listening. Let me paint the picture. You are sitting at your desk, working away. Seemingly, all of a sudden, your heart starts beating rapidly, you feel a tightness in your chest, you get knotsContinue reading “Anxiety: What To Do When Your Body Isn’t Listening”

New Moms Need Love Too

Written By Raquel Nixon, Contributing Writer 4/12/21 Postpartum depression (PPD) and postpartum anxiety (PPA) are common in new mothers. And having to deal with a global pandemic on top of that is not an easy task. If you are a new mother during this time, you most likely have your fair share of concerns. HereContinue reading “New Moms Need Love Too”

Graduating During a Pandemic: How to Cope

By Mili Dhru, Contributing Writer March 4, 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has created one of the largest public health and economic crises that America has ever experienced. States began mandating social distancing and lockdown procedures in March of 2020, and although they proved beneficial in minimizing the spread of COVID-19, these measures triggered a severeContinue reading “Graduating During a Pandemic: How to Cope”

Better Together: Strengthening Your Family During COVID

Written By Mili Dhru, Contributing Writer 2/9/2021 When reports of COVID-19 first began circulating across the globe, the extent to which the pandemic would impact society was indeterminable to even the most knowledgeable of public health professionals. No one was able to foresee the indefinite quarantine periods, mandatory face covering and social distancing protocols, devastatingContinue reading “Better Together: Strengthening Your Family During COVID”

Consistently Coping: How a Nighttime Routine Can Decrease Stress

Written By Miracle Hawkins, Contributing Writer 2/6/21 “Self-care means taking time to do things you enjoy, and taking care of yourself. When used consistently, self-care can reduce stress, relieve uncomfortable emotions, and improve physical health” (Therapist Aid, 2020). Self-care has always been important, but is now even more necessary in the unprecedented times we areContinue reading “Consistently Coping: How a Nighttime Routine Can Decrease Stress”

Do you know what month it is? Mental Wellness Month!

Written by Miracle Hawkins, Contributing Writer 1/2/2021 Along with the new year, Mental Wellness Month is upon us. The International Association of Insurance Professionals (IAIP) is an educational organization for insurance professionals. The IAIP designated the month of January as Mental Wellness Month. According to Rose Hill Center “Since the late 1940s, mental health organizationsContinue reading “Do you know what month it is? Mental Wellness Month!”

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