Always have pain or tightness in your neck, back or shoulders? Myofascial release could help. Learn some simple techniques for at-home relief.
Time feels meaningless when you’re isolating at home during a global pandemic. Bring some structure back to your aimless days with these tweaks.
You haven’t learned a new language or baked any bread. Are you a coronavirus slacker? Here’s why — and how — you should go easy on yourself.
Feeling more drained since you’ve been at home? Find out about quarantine fatigue and why it’s important to recharge right now.
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Tips on how to make the adjustment to a new routine in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic as smooth as possible.
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You’ve got this parenting thing down — but have you forgotten yourself in the process? A psychologist explains little ways to regain your sense of self after having kids.
Making time for self-care is hard for parents. But taking care of yourself is as good for your family as it is for you. These six doable self-care tips to get you started.
Dating is supposed to be fun, so why do dating apps often feel like torture? These psychologist-approved tips will help you stay sane while dating online.
You take care of your kids, spouse, parents, BFFs ― even your pets ― before taking care of yourself. Let this serve as a friendly reminder to STOP! Put yourself first.