Months into the coronavirus pandemic, it’s clear that we’re in it for the long haul. These 10 tips can help you deal with the ongoing stress and frustration.
The pandemic is sending many of us on emotional ups and downs. Here’s how to stay centered and ride it out.
Recognizing and giving thanks for the positive aspects in your life has many health benefits. A behavioral health therapist explains why you might want to consider keeping a gratitude journal.
As humans, we crave independence and autonomy. So it comes at no surprise that most of us don’t like being told what to do. But what happens when what we’re being asked to do has to do with the safety of ourselves and those around us? A behavioral health therapist explains.
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Can you have both anxiety and depression at the same time? A psychiatrist discusses.
Find out what it means to have an existential crisis — and how to overcome one — in this Q&A with a mental health expert.
Does it seem like the word “no” isn’t in your vocabulary? Using it more could make your life much easier. Learn how to start with some tips from a psychologist.
The stressors of the coronavirus pandemic can intensify existing mental health issues in teens, such as depression and anxiety. A pediatrician explains troublesome signs to watch out for.
Feeling overwhelmed by life’s stresses? Women often experience stress on a deeper level than men, and tend to place more internal pressure on themselves. Discover practical tips for easing your stress.
At some point or another, we’ve all found ourselves at a place in our lives where we’ve felt like we’re in a funk or a rut. The good news is that there are ways to process your emotions and help you feel more like yourself again.