World Healing Day: Heal the World Starting with Your Mind

“The way you help heal the world is you start with your own family.” These were the words of Mother Teresa, and they’re especially important to remember this Saturday for World Healing Day. On April 28th, people from all over the globe will come together with a goal of wrapping our planet in a wave… Read More »


A Spring Cleaning List for Your Mental Health

Spring is a time for regrowth and renewal. Many people spend time cleaning their physical spaces, and while a clean house can help clear your mind, spring is an even better time to “take stock” of your mental health. Being mindful allows us to be better prepared to handle any life stresses and be more… Read More »

Mental Health Checklist

How Pets Help Manage Major Depression

When you’re suffering from major depression, many find comfort with their pet – their best friend and biggest supporter. For tens of thousands of years, pets have been mankind’s best friend. Many even consider them part of their family. Whether it’s their unconditional love or their sixth sense when it comes to compassion and understanding,… Read More »

5 Daily Actions that Drive Positive Emotions

It’s National Act Happy Week, but for many people who suffer from depression, acting happy is easier said than done. Research shows the difference between people who are flourishing and those who aren’t lies in the magnitude of positive emotions they are able to self-generate from everyday pleasant activities. Our day-to-day positive emotions improves our… Read More »

Take Back Your Golden Years from Elderly Depression

  The National Institute of Mental Health considers elderly depression to be a major public health problem.  Clinical depression in the elderly is common, affecting nearly 6 million Americans ages 65 and older. But only 10{2997f8544d703ffd995cbf0748d9148f9150b33c2eb54c93a5197645ffc3f066} receive treatment for depression. This is most likely because depression impacts older people differently than younger people. And oftentimes… Read More »

Why We’re Talking About Mental Health More Than Ever Before

Compared to years past, we’re talking about mental health more than ever before. As the negative connotation around mental health continues to lift, people are becoming more comfortable talking about a variety of mental health struggles and realizing that many others are dealing with similar issues. Here are a few reasons why people are talking… Read More »

Alleviating Holiday Stress

Between gift giving, personal reflection, and social commitments galore, the holidays can be a stressful time. Often considered “the most wonderful time of the year,” many would prefer to call this season “the most anxious time of year.” Read along for some advice on alleviating stress and staying calm during a chaotic holiday season. Set… Read More »