Coping with Your Trauma

Untitled2This past year has been incredibly difficult, to say the least. We’ve had to cope with several major historical events including a tumultuous election and a deadly pandemic, which has had not just an effect on global health but on financial stability across the nation. In times of great stress like these it can also be difficult to cope if you have a ...

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Prioritizing Wellness

photo-1542639130-c9fadbddcc6b2020 has been a year of consistent uncertainty and endless adjustments. Through having to adjust our way of life while also dealing with the ever-present burden of the unknown, it can become difficult to prioritize our wellness. It is easy to put our own wellness on the backburner while trying to keep up with the changes that the COVID pandemic has forced us ...

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How to Deal with Anxiety and Panic Attacks

UntitledExperiencing anxiety or panic attacks may be more prevalent during these difficult times than ever before. Here you will find some ways you can learn to manage or overcome anxiety and panic attacks. In order to manage these two undesired experiences, it may be helpful to understand the difference between the two.

Panic vs. Anxiety: The two terms are usually ...

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A New Year

1As we say farewell to the tumultuous year that we’ve all experienced, we may want to completely forget it and move right into 2021. It’s a tradition to enter the new year with some sort of a resolution list, but let’s not do that this year—instead, lets just get ready for the new year.

Before you completely write off 2020, ...

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COVID-19 and the Holiday Season: Acknowledging Hard Feelings and Celebrating Differently

1The Coronavirus pandemic has turned our lives upside down, inside out, and backwards. We have all been forced to change our ways of being to adapt, and some changes have been easier to make than others. With the holiday season approaching, we’re going to have to make even more changes to celebrate safely with our loved ones.

Through the changes, ...

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Problem Gambling

Signs of problem gambling:1

  • Needing to gamble with increasing amounts of money to achieve the desired feeling of excitement.
  • Being restless or irritable when trying to cut down or stop gambling.
  • Having repeatedly been unsuccessful at trying to control, cut back on, or stop gambling.
  • Frequently thinking about gambling (such as reliving past gambling experiences, planning the next gambling venture, thinking of ways ...
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Calling All Caregivers: Compassion Fatigue and Caregiver Support

1Mental Health America (MHA) recognizes the month of November as National Family Caregivers month. MHA states that over 60 million Americans are caregivers for family members, friends, and even neighbors. When you think caregiver, you probably think of those who take care of people with some type of medical issue. However, according to MHA, 1 in 5 caregivers actually provide care for someone ...

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Healthy Eating During the Holidays. Yes, it’s Possible!

1The holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year for weight gain. The average American gains five pounds or more between Halloween and New Year’s Day. Unfortunately, over time this weight is rarely lost. Exercise helps us to avoid weight gain or to maintain our weight. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) recommends that we engage in 30 minutes of exercise or ...

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