Do you ever have one of those nights – where you find yourself tossing and turning, your mind filled with thoughts and worries, “what ifs,” and feelings of uncertainty or fear? Sometimes these same feelings and thoughts pop up throughout the day, with a sudden sense of your mind racing, your heart rate speeding up, and breathing getting shallow. Suddenly,
It can feel impossible to get ahead of what Depression tries to take from your life. You find it hard to do the things you once loved. You wonder if your energy and drive will ever return. Your relationship with food, sleep, sex, and motivation no longer makes any sense. You want to regain control of the peace you once
In 2020, Covid was new. We thought we might be home for just a couple of weeks. Those two weeks turned into a couple of months, which turned into 2021. And now, we’re in 2022, and the pandemic is still ongoing. What about pandemic mental health? Taking care of mental health fell on the back burner for many of us.
Have you ever had the feeling that no matter how hard you try to make a change, you are just not able to “get it right” in the relationships and with the people that matter to you the most? You might find yourself worried all the time, holding back in your interactions, second-guessing yourself, or even finding that you want
You know something feels off, you don’t feel like yourself. People closest to you say you’re moving a bit slower or smiling a bit less. You don’t have the same energy, you feel more irritable, or concentration is hard. You want to regain control of your life, to feel like you’re getting somewhere, but an unwelcome cloud in your mind is
Stress is everywhere these days. You’re trying to stay afloat economically. You’re concerned for the safety of your loved ones. Some days just seem doomed from the start no matter the effort. This toll on your body and mind diminishes your sense of hope and peace, until you find yourself grasping to the idea that the best you can hope