The best wellness and mental health articles written for you, by professionals.
Experience is always purposeful
Experience is always purposeful. You are never simply feeling an emotion; you are always using it to try to get somewhere, like a person who uses a key to try to unlock a door. We tend to swing wildly between repressing our feelings and then, when we finally acknowledge...
You can’t force faith in yourself. We all want to believe we can lead fulfilling, joyful lives. The problem is that the part of us that wants to believe tends to draw out the part of us that wants to criticize, and before you know it, The Believer and The Critic are...
Audrey. Audrey dog. Audrina. Fuzzy fuzz girl. Brown Eyes. Stink dog.
I read an article about nicknames people give their dogs and how those nicknames evolve. I thought it was hilarious
Yes I Sing in My Car and I Don't Care if You See Me
Singing actually causes your body to release endorphins, serotonin and oxytocin, and it reduces cortisol levels.
SAD: Seasonal Affective Disorder
Have you ever noticed how you feel less energetic, more run-down and maybe even depressed during the winter months? You’ve more than likely heard of the famous “winter blues”? Let’s take a deeper dive into the winter depression known as Seasonal Affective Disorder or...
Honestly, I have actually stepped out on her. There are so many beautiful women and so little time!
Grief & Loss - Letter Writing
Letter writing is a tool utilized for expression of the loss experienced. It creates a stream of consciousness by which the ties discussed above can be created and/or altered.
Practicing Mindfulness at Work
Mindfulness may seem like a great idea, but how do you become more mindful in the context of a busy work day? You may have emails, phone calls, meetings, and presentations to deal with. And, of course, your own work! In the middle of all that, how can you apply the...