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

2021-04-12T19:16:07-04:00December 2nd, 2020|

The 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 [...]

Understanding Depression

2020-01-03T21:11:17-05:00November 20th, 2019|

Depression and anxiety are the two most common types of mental illness present in today’s population. Depression is a mental illness that tends to be misunderstood and there are many misconceptions about what it looks like and how it affects the person coping with depression. [...]

Suicide in Teens

2020-01-03T21:36:08-05:00July 31st, 2019|

Suicide tends to be a taboo subject, and can be scary to talk about. Suicide in teens can be an even more difficult topic to broach. It is, however, important if you have teens of your own or work with adolescents to be aware of [...]

Suicide Prevention

2020-01-03T21:54:15-05:00April 30th, 2019|

Suicide is a difficult topic to read about, or even think about, but it is important to have discussions surrounding suicide to raise awareness of its impact and what we as people can do to help prevent suicide. I am sure that you, or someone [...]

Suicide Prevention

2020-01-06T16:48:03-05:00December 5th, 2017|

The first point I want to stress is that suicide is preventable. There are steps that concerned people can take to help guide someone who is struggling out of the despair that most often fuels suicidal thinking, toward hope and recovery. There is effective professional [...]

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