Month: October 2021

5 Tips to Overcome Traumatic Events

5 Tips to Overcome Traumatic Events

According to the National Council for Behavioral Health, approximately 70% of adults in the U.S. have experienced at least one traumatic event. While not all of these will result in post-traumatic stress disorder or another severe response, any kind of trauma can be distressing. In the aftermath of trauma, you may feel overwhelmed by the …

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3 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in the Workplace

3 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in the Workplace

Over the average lifespan, it’s hard not to be impacted by mental health issues. For many, this comes in the form of their own struggles, while others experience it second-hand. Still, others go so far as to get their Ph.D. or other advanced degrees to understand mental disorders better. From deeply rooted struggles with intimacy …

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3 Proven Benefits of Meditation

3 Proven Benefits of Meditation

If you struggle with psychological stress or mental health conditions like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, or depression, you’ve probably had someone recommend meditation or mindfulness as a way to develop greater calmness and self-compassion. However, for anyone without an enthusiastic meditation practice already, it’s unlikely that you’ve taken even the most well-meaning advisors up …

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5 Ways to Practice Self Care

5 Ways to Practice Self Care

A self-care practice can be an incredible asset in a person’s life. However, no self-care plan can come into being from nothing. To develop your own self–care efforts—and reap the benefits thereof—you must consider your new wellness practice in terms of why and how you’re making this effort, as well as how it might affect …

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