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Tips for Transitioning Back to an In-Classroom Setting

Tips for Transitioning Back to an In-Classroom Setting

Over the last year and a half, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do many things. For some, that included switching to remote work. For kids and teenagers, that meant turning to virtual learning instead of going to school in person. Now, thanks to the...
Coping with Anxiety as COVID-19 Restrictions Lift

Coping with Anxiety as COVID-19 Restrictions Lift

We’re just beginning to scratch the surface when it comes to the mental health effects of COVID-19. Already, studies have shown an increase in anxiety, stress, and depression throughout the pandemic. People are struggling. Now that the world is reopening and...
5 Ways to Help Your Children Transition to Post-Pandemic Life

5 Ways to Help Your Children Transition to Post-Pandemic Life

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives for well over a year. Now, thanks to vaccine rollouts and measures taken to reduce the spread of the illness, things are finally opening up. For some this is a welcome relief to finally get the chance to travel again, to...
Why Am I Anxious At Night? Causes & Treatment of Nighttime Anxiety

Why Am I Anxious At Night? Causes & Treatment of Nighttime Anxiety

Nighttime anxiety may seem like a mystery. Why does everything start to feel worse at night? And why can’t I shut my brain off? In reality, nighttime anxiety is very common and there are often concrete causes behind it. In fact, the same reasons people are anxious...
Signs of PTSD: How to Tell If You Have It

Signs of PTSD: How to Tell If You Have It

You have probably heard a lot about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the media. This disorder is a mix of symptoms that develop after a traumatic event. It’s commonly associated with individuals who have been in combat, survived terrible accidents, abuse, and...
4 Ways Trauma Affects Your Relationship

4 Ways Trauma Affects Your Relationship

In many cases, you probably think of trauma as being something that you experience individually on your own. You may falsely assume that it does not affect your relationships with other people. It is normal to focus on trauma’s painful effects on yourself, of course....
4 Ways You Can Support a Loved One with Anxiety

4 Ways You Can Support a Loved One with Anxiety

If you’ve never experienced anxiety, you may not realize how difficult it is for your loved one to live with it. When someone you love experiences fears about things that seem normal to you, it can be hard to understand what is going on. Maybe you get frustrated...
5 Strategies for Coping with Depression during the Pandemic

5 Strategies for Coping with Depression during the Pandemic

Although there is hope on the horizon that the pandemic is nearing its end, you are probably still living with and dealing with the effects of the pandemic. Many people have experienced depression for the first time during the loneliness and uncertainty of the...
3 Tips for Managing Anxiety When it Creeps up on You in Public

3 Tips for Managing Anxiety When it Creeps up on You in Public

If you struggle with anxiety, you know it can be sneaky. Whether you have a generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, or specific phobias, anxiety can strike out of nowhere. You might be perusing the aisles at the grocery store, taking your kids to the playground,...
5 Effective Habits to Reduce Anxiety

5 Effective Habits to Reduce Anxiety

Anxiety is common. And since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, more people are experiencing anxiety than ever before. Anxiety can impact every area of life, and in more moderate and severe cases, it creates significant suffering for those experiencing it. If you...