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Leaving for college is an exciting transition in life, but after the excitement wears off, you may feel isolated—but there are steps you can take to cope.
Mindful morning routines can have numerous benefits, including bettering your mental health, boosting productivity, and even improving your personal relationships.
Employers can make a difference now and in the future by providing their staff the health benefits they need and want – including telebehavioral health.
Whether you are feeling stress, anxiety, or a little of both, it’s important to develop strategies to manage your symptoms in both the short and long-term.
The answer is a little different for everyone, and it varies based on your age. Here’s a look at sleep recommendations for everyone from teens to seniors.
Diving head-first back into your pre-pandemic lifestyle? You may find yourself stressed both physically and mentally. Here's how to cope.
Positive affirmations can reset your mental state and reduce your negative mindset, allowing you to get more done in your day and improve your professional and personal relationships.
Hope is on the horizon with the COVID vaccine, but it will be months before it's widely available to everyone. Until then, keep these tips in mind for safe meetups with those you love.
It’s easy to feel helpless and isolated during the COVID-19 pandemic, and suicidal ideation is a serious concern. Remember that you are not alone...
The macho attitude of stuffing feelings down, or ignoring them, is antiquated and dangerous since it prevents men from seeking help when they need it most.
It’s natural to feel stress and anxiety related to Coronavirus. However, managing stress and caring for your mental health are among the best actions you can currently take.
Both aerobic and muscle building exercise can have profound benefits for your mental wellness in addition to your physical health.
Forget sappy romantic dinners, heart-shaped candies, and greeting cards this Valentine’s Day. Instead, focus on the person who truly matters most in your life: You!
A big misconception about therapy is that it’s only for people facing significant mental illness. But if any of the following apply to you, it may be time to give therapy a go...
This year, resolve to focus on your mental health. To approach this in a practical, achievable way, follow these 6 micro-resolutions that will add up to a much healthier you.