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Eating Disorder Recovery During The Holidays

The idea that a holiday meal could pass without mention of weight, food, or body image, is highly ideal. Unfortunately, we live in a world that is riddled with shame regarding food and body. We’re told to feel ashamed of what we eat and ashamed of how we look, which contributes to a toxic andRead More

Self-Care For Holiday Anxiety

In our previous blog, we discussed the many reasons why anxiety can be at a peak during this time of year due to the buzz of the holiday season. As stress runs high to satisfy all the demands of the holidays, anxiety can also be buzzing due to the stress, and many underlying issues. HolidaysRead More

5 Aspects of a CEO’s Work Life That Could Perpetuate Stress, Anxiety, and Depression

Several years ago, Forbes Magazine interviewed many CEOs to uncover a “day in the life” of the most successful business professionals out there. A number of elements were found: Meetings and interactions with people, either formally or informally Interviews with new employees Engaging in organizational activities Leading process improvement meetings Working on projects Traveling BuildingRead More

Exercise Can Actively Help You Move Away From Addiction

Running, swimming, jogging, and more typically enter discussions surrounding weight gain and diet, but what about recovery? A holistic approach to addiction recovery means that you will focus on creating a lifestyle that will be conducive to the growth and development of your mind, body, and spirit. Yes, by engaging in physical activity, you willRead More

What Do You Need to Practice Self-Care?

When you think of self-care, what comes to mind? Self-care is a popular buzzword right now, as more and more people are beginning to realize just how much of a positive impact self-care has on one’s life. Up until this point, what have you done for self-care? There are so many different things you canRead More

Take A Deep Breath For A Memory Boost

Trauma impacts the sympathetic nervous system, the nervous system we use to put our body and brain into high alert in order to survive. We don’t just experience activation of the sympathetic nervous system when we experience trauma. Trauma influences our mind and body for a lifetime. Though every person will experience the effects ofRead More

What Do I Need In My Self-Care Toolkit?

Whether you’re recovering from a mental illness, addiction, both or none at all, everyone needs to have a self-care toolkit. No, this isn’t an actual kit that you may think of to fix a car, per se, but it’s a metaphorical toolkit. In order for us to function our best as human beings, we haveRead More

What Does Being Health Literate Mean?

One of the many mental health-focused celebrations taking place in October is National Health Literacy Month. Founded by Helen Osborne, M.Ed., OTR/L, in 1999. During the month of October, organizations, employers, individuals, and families are encouraged to learn more about health information. Literacy can be defined as “competence or knowledge in a specified area”. MillionsRead More