Eating Disorders

National Eating Disorder Awareness week is once again upon us. Beginning February 26th thru March 4th, you may see a heightened level of eating disorder (ED) advertisements throughout several advertisement platforms. In order to try to help someone struggling with ED, it is important to be familiar with the signs of this type of struggle.... Continue Reading →


Expectations are a set of beliefs that a situation will have a specific outcome in the future.  Another example of this is the conviction that a person will react in a certain manner.  Lastly, we can have expectations of ourselves, having faith that one might defy all odds in tricky situations.  How often do the... Continue Reading →

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Do you find yourself struggling with a depressed mood nearly every day during the winter? Do you feel sluggish, agitated, or lacking the energy to do activities you once enjoyed? Are you having trouble sleeping throughout the summer nights or maintaining a steady appetite? These are a few symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder to make... Continue Reading →

Where’s Your Oxygen Mask?

If you’ve ever flown on an airplane, you have experienced the pre-flight instructions provided by the flight attendants for flight safety. Besides telling passengers where the emergency exits are, the staff also advises passengers to put their oxygen mask on first before helping others in the event of a change in air pressure in the... Continue Reading →

Successful Relationship Pointers

Summer time often brings people out of their comfort zone to get out, get social and start new relationships. If you are dating or are in a relationship where you really like someone and want to see where things go, remember effective communication with your partner is always something to work on. Effective communication with... Continue Reading →

College Success

School is back in session. First day of college came for thousands of students. Nothing is wanted more than a successful and easy flowing semester, right? But, what exactly can a student do to have school success at the college level? It may be easier than you think. First and foremost, make sure you attend... Continue Reading →

Suicide Prevention

Each year World Suicide Prevention Month is in September. This is a time where we share resources and our stories to help spread awareness and show that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. It is important to bring awareness not only during this month, but also any day to help someone... Continue Reading →

Life Transitions

Life is always changing. Right now we are on the cusp of a season change. Although the weather still feels like summer, signs of fall are right around the corner witnessed in every array of leaf color. With every ticking of the clock, time is taking on a new second, furthering the day towards a... Continue Reading →

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