Blog Entries - mental health
Behavior Management: Identifying and Responding to Your Kid’s Big Emotions
Every child is unique. And just like adults and adolescents, children have a wide variety of emotions, and each child processes their emotions differently.
Unlike adults and adolescents however, children may need more help identifying and responding to their emotions. That is where the adults in their lives come in.
What Is the Difference Between Self-Reflection & Rumination?
Reflecting on our words, thoughts, and actions is a healthy and important part of life and personal development.
However, sometimes we cross a line and find ourselves ensnared in thought cycles without end. These thoughts can be obsessive, distressing, and counterproductive.
The Importance of Mind-Body Wellness
Healthy bodies and minds go hand in hand. The two are much more connected than you might think, and when one struggles, the other is often negatively affected.
The mind and body work together to help you achieve success in everyday life.
Mental Health Challenges and the Holiday Season
The month and a half between Thanksgiving and New Year can be a difficult time for many people. Society tells us the holiday season should be a time for joy and togetherness. For those whose reality does not meet these idealized expectations, mental health challenges often arise.
Looking Back at Your Year of Progress: Practicing Positive Reflection
As the year draws to a close, it is important that we look back and reflect on the progress we have made.
So long as you are making continual steps in a positive, healthy direction, you are making progress.
How Summer Can Affect Our Mental Health
Summer and winter are opposites. Winter is cold and dreary, and the days are short. Summer features warmer weather, bright sunlight, and long days.