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5 Self-Care Practices for Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout

Are you feeling stressed? Or anxious? How about burned out? Counseling Today recently dedicated an article to differentiating those three terms, and it’s no surprise, considering the circumstances. You’ve probably been affected by at least one of the above, thanks...

The Anti-Resolution Post (and what to try instead!)

It’s that time of year again where our inboxes, televisions, conversations, and social media feeds are filling up with ideas for New Year’s resolutions and all the things we supposedly need to change about our lives to be happier and healthier. They always sound...

Why Self-Care is Self-Preservation

“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation.” -Audre Lorde   Many of us regard self-care as a luxury. But caring for ourselves and making sure we have what we need to be well is as Audre Lorde put it, “self-preservation.” Without tending...

Re-Entry Anxiety & Self-Care in a Post-Pandemic World

With the Covid-19 vaccine available widely now and new recommendations from the CDC for fully vaccinated people to be able to resume activities without wearing masks or physically distancing, our world is adjusting to another major change: life post-pandemic. For...

How to Heal From Divorce

Divorce is one of the most stressful situations an individual can go through. The first step to healing is meeting yourself where you are and admitting that you’re hurting. You’ve experienced something traumatic and things are going to be hard for a while. Our...

Women’s Mental Health Starts With Being Selfish

This month we celebrated women and girls on March 8th for International Women’s Day. I was reminded recently by an interview Brené Brown did with Melinda Gates on her podcast Unlocking Us about the power that women have to transform communities, economies, and...