If you are living with a mental health condition, and wondering how to talk about it with others, this article linked below has some great ideas to consider including potential reasons for sharing, when and who to consider telling, and … Continue readingRead More
If you’re looking for ways to help you fall asleep faster, you may want to consider writing a to-do list at bedtime of specific things needed to get done over the next few days. The article linked-to below talks more … Continue readingRead More
Click the link below for a great, brief article on anxiety by the American Psychological Association. It provides general information about different types of anxiety and some treatment options, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). Beyond Worry: How Psychologists Help With … Continue readingRead More
We can’t always help what thoughts pop into our heads, but that doesn’t mean we have to accept those thoughts as facts…
As human beings, we have thousands of thoughts each day and we all have our own thinking patterns and habits. Some of these thought patterns are based in thinking errors, or cognitive distortions, that can leave us with unnecessary feelings … Continue readingRead More
This quote is a simple statement that can be difficult to execute, but is important to remember. We have more power and control over what we think, feel and do than we often realize.
Stress is not what happens to us. It’s our response to what happens, and response is something we can choose. – Maureen KilloranRead More