In efforts to be resilient or self-sufficient, it’s easy to tell ourselves to press on a little more and ignore the state of our minds.
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They may have the word “micro” in them, but microaggressions are often likened to “death by a thousand cuts.”
Technology can be extremely helpful in allowing more people to access mental health care.
Poor sleep is common and could indicate a mental health condition.
Everyone experiences anxiety, but when it affects your daily life, it becomes a problem.
Your mental and physical health aren’t two different kinds of “health”.
Thinking about starting mental health care? Here are the basics you need to know.
For some people, difficulty concentrating is more than getting knocked off track.
Feeling like you have no control over the amount you drink or use could be a symptom of a bigger problem.
Going to therapy is like opening up a history book about yourself, written by you, and sharing it with a stranger.
Panic attacks are a group of physical and mental health symptoms that happen all at once.
When anxiety takes away our ability to function, it can make life difficult.
Learn more about anxiety disorder, one of the most common mental health conditions.
We’ve all lived through sad times, but major depressive disorder is more than that.
Grief is a normal part of the human experience, but we live in a society that has little room for it.
Self-care routines are always important, but times of prolonged stress or disrupted access to our regular routines highlight the value of maintaining its consistency.
Mindfulness is one effective way to help keep yourself calm and regulate your emotional state.
As humans, consistency is something that helps us thrive — and a regular sleep routine is an important part of that.
A few steps we should all consider to reduce the rate of spread and flatten the curve.
Maintaining and building productivity and culture in a fully remote environment takes extra thought and purposeful actions.
Social distancing, working from home, and other changes that influence our ability to interact with the world can take a toll on our mental, emotional, and physical health.
If you’re worried about a friend, family member, or co-worker who’s dealing with a chronic condition and may also be struggling emotionally, take a few minutes to reach out.
For people suffering from depression, the world can look and feel drastically different.