Journaling is an excellent (and free) way to practice self-care. To get you started, here are 99 thought-provoking journal prompts for depression and anxiety.
Research about the brain-gut connection is clear. If you want to remain physically healthy and mentally fit, you can’t neglect your gut.
Depression in teenagers is often difficult to spot. Parents need to know both the myths and the facts about teen depression if they want to help.
Teenage substance abuse is a problem all parents need to be prepared to address. In this post, we’ll talk about 7 things concerned parents can do to help.
Over the past year, research has begun to pour in about the relationship between substance abuse and COVID-19. In this post, we’ll look at 10 disturbing trends.
Criticism, Contempt, Defensiveness, and Stonewalling – what Dr. John Gottman calls “The Four Horsemen of Relationships.” We’ll talk about what they are and how to avoid them.
As more and more singles turn to dating apps like Tinder to find true love, we need to talk about the psychological dangers of online dating and how to avoid them.
Do you struggle with body image issues? You’re not alone. The good news? You can learn to overcome them without dieting or going to the gym. Here’s how.
The mental health benefits of dogs are clear. Owning a dog helps you better regulate your emotions, improves your social life, and gives you purpose.
Breakups. We eventually get over them, so long as we don’t repeat the same mistakes. Learn about the 7 stages of a breakup so you can get through them faster.
For many, suicide is a subject shrouded in mystery. To learn more about it, we interviewed therapists to get their thoughts on suicide and suicide prevention.
Active listening is a crucial component of healthy communication. Although we are not all taught this skill early on in life, you can learn.