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Coping With Seasonal Depression

Feeling depressed, or down, or sad, or having a case of the blues is a normal part of life that everyone goes through. It could be situational due to death of a loved one or ending a relationship, or it could be emotional due to letting yourself down, oth

Dec 3rd, 2019
Work, Life and Mental Health

An average individual will spend 1/3 of their life working.  For executives, entrepreneurs and other such individuals who do not work a standard 9 to 5, the amount of time spent on business related tasks is often much, much more.  As a result of living in

Nov 4th, 2019
Parenting and Mental Health

Children bring a lot of joy to our lives, but being a parent also comes with its own set of added stress to an already stressful world. Due to the obligations, love, and commitment that we have as parents it is easy to put our children first while our own

Oct 7th, 2019
Why Fitness Is Important for Mental Health and Addiction Recovery?

When most people think of fitness they think in terms of their physical health – “I’m working out to lose weight,” “I’m running to be lean,” “I’m lifting to be fit,” etc. – but fitness will do much more than help you lose fat, build muscle and be physicall

Sep 19th, 2019
How Do I know If I Or A Loved One Has A Problem With Alcohol?

People often ask how to tell if they or a loved one has a problem with alcohol. Well, for starters, if one is asking this question, there is probably a problem. Your average social drinker or your average “I enjoy a glass of wine with dinner” drinker usu

Sep 6th, 2019
Is Therapy Working? Red Flags to Look for in Therapy

Sometimes therapy does not work the way we feel it is “supposed” to.  Sometimes we may find that therapy is not really “working.” Our latest blog post covers some warning signs for if therapy is working for you, or if it is stunting your growth process.

Jul 29th, 2019