Everyone disagrees with someone. It could be a small disagreement, like deciding where to go out to dinner for the night. But sometimes the disagreements that we have with people and their actions escalate into something much bigger than where to grab a bite to eat. If someone in your life has made a decision… Continue reading Here’s How to Be Compassionate – Even When You Don’t Agree with Someone’s Decisions
Your Instagram posts can reveal a lot about you. They can tell the world about your favorite foods, fashion trends, inspirations and vacation experiences. But new research is revealing that the photos you post on social media can also give clues as to whether you're experiencing mental health issues. Lead researcher Andrew Reece, a Harvard… Continue reading What Does Your Social Media Say About Your Mental Health?
If you're experiencing a period of mourning or grief, hope can be hard to find in the midst of suffering. When we lose loved ones, it's easy to become worried that we won't recognize them when we reach Heaven. Or maybe you’re afraid that Heaven will be boring. But Heaven is not boring. It’s not… Continue reading Finding Hope in Grief
Summer is in full swing - but it's not too late to enjoy the last (hot!) weeks of the season. Here are five tips to help you spend the rest of your summer in a healthy way. 1. Stop stressing about your beach body. If the words 'summer' and 'body' leave you in a cold… Continue reading 5 Things You Absolutely Need to Do For Your Health This Summer
Depression has often been called the "invisible" illness. Because symptoms of depression can be difficult to see physically, it's a tough illness to explain. But even though it may sometimes hide from public view, depression is not rare, unfortunately. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 350 million people in today's world suffer from depression… Continue reading Why you probably know someone suffering from depression – but don’t realize it.
If you know someone who suffers from a mental illness, or experience a mental illness yourself, than you're not alone. Research shows that almost 43 million people in the United States experience a mental illness - that means that about 1 in 5 people that you know and love experience some form of mental illness. But… Continue reading Living Stigma Free