Wellbeing, Mood, & Sweet Potatoes!

No worries, you read the title correctly. Ever wondered if sweet potatoes should have a month? Well, if that thought ever crossed your mind, you’re in luck—February is national sweet potato month! With this post, I’m looking forward to telling you how to celebrate J. I’m sure we have all heard of the term superfood... Continue Reading →

Sleep and Your Mental Health!

According to Harvard Medical School (2019), “Chronic sleep problems affect 50% to 80% of patients in a typical psychiatric practice, compared with 10% to 18% of adults in the general U.S. population.”  Based on this statistic alone, there is a major correlation between sleep and your mental health. Those who identify as being challenged with... Continue Reading →

Children’s Book Series: Dinosaur Divorce

Authors of Dinosaur Divorce Laurene Krasny Brown was born in New York City, NY. She has authored and illustrated sixteen children's books. She has a background in education, the arts, and children's cognitive development and is in the fine art's career. While her husband, Marc Brown is an American author and illustrator of children's books.... Continue Reading →

Making the Most of Isolation

We are living in a time where being stuck inside and isolated from others is our new norm. When we have the opportunity to leave our homes we are confronted by masked individuals who are leery of our presence. This can be extremely lonely and depressing for many people. Going into the stay- at-home order,... Continue Reading →

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 →

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