Coping in Times of Uncertainty

COVID-19 is a time of the utmost uncertainty, as we live through the “unknown unknown” according to NAMI (2020). As the conversations continue and media puts forth a lot of information the anxiety and stress related to COVID-19 rises. This impacts not only the 1 in 5 people who have a mental health condition, but... Continue Reading →

The Beauty of Nature

Recently some studies have suggested that having a connection to nature is important for your mental health. One study reported that people who visit natural spaces often report feeling better physically and mentally. In addition to this possible positive influence, there are some public health benefits too. People who make weekly visits to natural spaces... Continue Reading →

Feeling Stressed?

Stress is something that we all feel in our lives. Stress, to a certain extent, is a good thing for us as goal-oriented beings. A certain amount of stress can be a motivating factor for us to get things done and do them well. For instance, if we did not stress at all then we... Continue Reading →

Trichotillomania

Many people in this world have at least one bad habit. Whether it be biting their nails, scraping their teeth on their fork when they eat, or procrastinating, most habits are essentially harmless. However, did you know that some things that seem like bad habits may actually have a deeper cause? One of those things... Continue Reading →

De-Clutter Your Mind!

For many people, spring is the time for cleaning. However, have you ever stopped to wonder if fall is the optimal time? Just think, for some people in colder climates the winter months are the perfect time to de-clutter your home! You’re about to be spending a lot of time inside, so why look at... Continue Reading →

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