Coping with Change

Change can be really hard to accept, especially when we don’t have any choice in the matter. Nothing in recent history has made that as clear as the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few tips to make the change feel easier!

Reflecting on Quarantine

As we all start to emerge from this time of quarantine and figure out what life will look like over the coming weeks and months, what will we go back to?  There is “no one size fits all” general experience. Everyone has been dealing differently depending on their own personal … Read More

The Cost of Making too Many Decisions

Decision Fatigue

Have you noticed the end of the day is when you are more likely to make the impulsive online purchase, send the angry text, or stop by the fast-food restaurant on your way home? It could be that you are experiencing decision fatigue. Our ability to make good decisions is … Read More

Break Your Silence on Mental Health

Confronting Mental Illness

Mental health issues continue to be stigmatized and silenced among many communities. Because of this, many individuals suffer in silence and don’t get the necessary treatment to manage their disorder. In a riveting discussion on The Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett Smith and Kid Cudi break their silence about mental … Read More

Suicide Prevention is Not Hopeless

National Suicide Prevention Week

There is a growing level of awareness around suicide in our society. It is a frequent topic in the news, as well as in schools. Increased awareness means that more people are speaking up about their struggles, and there is more support than ever for people who are hurting, however, for … Read More

The Gift of Rest

Today, as I sit on the beach, I am reminded of the gift of rest. It’s so easy to get caught up in the day-to-day demands and responsibilities that rest often gets ignored. When speaking on rest, I’m not referring simply to sleep. Rest is so much more. Webster’s defines … Read More