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Mental Health Statistics in the U.S.

There is no doubt that mental health issues are an epidemic that needs more attention in the U.S. One in five adults, 46.6 million Americans, experience a mental illness in any given year and one in 25 have a severe mental illness that interferes with one or more life activities. Of all measurable disorders, 1.1% […] Read More

How to Deal When Your Partner is Stressed Out

When your partner is facing major hurtles in life, it can be a tense situation and affect your entire relationship. They might be facing career challenges, unexpected financial issues, family drama, health issues, or something else that is on their mind often. It can be challenging to find ways to help without getting stressed out […] Read More

10 Ways To Boost Your Energy Without Sleep

Feeling well-rested is something different than feeling energetic. Energy comes from a variety of places. Getting a good night’s sleep is not the only way to restore your energy. In fact, regular sleep does not always guarantee good energy levels. If you are well rested but still neglecting yourself in other ways, you may still […] Read More

Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month was created by the organization Mental Health America (MHA) and has been observed in the United States since 1949. That’s 70 years ago! Each year for the entire month of May organizations like Mental Health America (MHA), National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and others take an active role in raising […] Read More

Creating Strong Mental Health For Your Child

When we think about health for children, we often picture a food pyramid or elementary school gymnasiums. What you probably don’t immediately conjure is mental health and emotional wellness, though these things are equally as important as physical well-being. Starting children off early with tools to help them understand and express their mental needs is […] Read More

Psychology Behind Spring Cleaning

Out with the old, and in with the new. We all know that spring cleaning is a great way for us to declutter and freshen up our homes as the seasons change, but did you know that it can be good for your mental health? Many people find that cleaning can help their mental wellness, […] Read More

Autism Awareness Month

For the 12th consecutive year, April 2nd was celebrated as World Autism Awareness Day.  That was just the start of an entire month devoted to Autism Awareness.  The ultimate goal of Autism Awareness month in April and throughout the rest of the year is to improve public acceptance and understanding of people with Autism Spectrum […] Read More

Health Benefits of Indoor Plants

Springtime is usually associated with flowers blossoming, trees blooming, and other vegetation coming alive. These sights are usually seen outside, but can come indoors as well. There are several advantages to having indoor plants in a house, apartment or other dwelling, as they can provide benefits for environmental, mental and even physical health. Here are […] Read More

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