Take this quiz to find out your risk of burnout, and what to do if burnout occurs.
Dog sledding is a unique and amazing experience that helps you challenge and better yourself both physically and mentally.
When we allow ourselves to engage in self-care, we model to others that self-care is healthy, important and does not need to come with guilt.
The decision to stay or to go is not an easy one, and it can feel all-consuming when you are in the middle of making it.
Our relationship with food can have huge effects on the relationship we have with ourselves, and can reflect onto other aspects of our lives in either positive or negative ways.
Digital abuse should be taken as seriously as any other type of abuse.
Avoid the next argument with these simple tips for diffusing a disagreement.
"Even just looking at the raw images on her camera, I saw how amazing I looked. Just me. Laying on a bed in the sunlight. All it took was looking at myself in a different way to see how beautiful I was all along."
How do we know the difference between a rough patch in an otherwise healthy relationship, versus the emergence of toxicity?
You have a right to feel what you feel. You have a right to be loved, respected, and feel in control of your own life. Your partner does too.
The more you practice these skills, the more you find they can help.
“There is more to life than increasing its speed.”– Mahatma Gandhi
Experiences, opportunities, resources, supports and values as well as your own self-awareness are important factors in being able to confidently know what career is a good fit for you.
Taking care of ourselves helps our mental, emotional, and physical well-being.
Try this quiz to figure out your attachment style in a relationship.
Life is rarely a perfect balance and is ever changing. Check-in with yourself and see what area could benefit from your attention.
While it may be impossible to try and change them, there are things you can do to help yourself when dealing with them.
It’s okay to move on and focus on what is working for you, right?
One of the leading reasons for anxiety is sleep deprivation.
𝒷𝓎 Krista Harper, Guest Submission
"I don’t want to burden people with how I am feeling. After all, it’s just burnout, right? It’ll get better. I just need time to do nothing, time to recharge. But that day seems so far away."
Having a sense of community where you feel supported and can rely on others when needed acts as a buffer to the stresses and challenges that life can bring.
Learn to begin working through baggage of past betrayals, in order to be able to move forward and trust again where it is deserved.
Learn to break the pursue-withdraw pattern and replace it with a cycle that’s supportive, loving, and nurturing.
Written for you, by therapists.
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