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Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September 9, 2021

Taking care of your mental health, throughout all stages of life, is the most important thing you can do for yourself. Regardless of age, gender or background, suicidal thoughts can affect anyone. When people act… Continue reading

Sense Of Self And Finding Strength

September 2, 2021

Do you think of yourself as a source of strength? For many people, especially those who often experience anxiety, equating sense of self with strength can be difficult. However, no matter what types of mental and… Continue reading

The Toxic Positivity Trap

August 19, 2021

Have you ever experienced a difficult situation such as losing your job or being injured but were told to “stay positive” by everyone around you? Alternatively, they tell you that if you work hard and… Continue reading

3 Tips to Cope With Trauma

August 5, 2021

What Is Trauma? In order to cope with trauma, its best to know what exactly trauma is. Trauma is the result of an experience that is either physically or psychologically harmful. It can come from any… Continue reading

How Dopamine Effects Us

July 22, 2021

Dopamine effects us in many ways. It is the chemical in the brain that regulates emotion, cognition, and motivation. It also influences how people perceive pain, create memories and learn new skills.  While it is… Continue reading

What’s Your Attachment Style?

July 15, 2021

What’s attachment theory?  Developed in the 1930s by psychologists John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth, attachment theory explains how we form relationships with others. Your relationship with your parents, or your primary caregiver, affects your relationship… Continue reading