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Processing Grief After Losing a Loved One Due to COVID-19

Processing Grief After Losing a Loved One Due to COVID-19

When you’re grieving a loved one, it can feel like your whole world’s been turned upside-down. The whirlwind of emotions can be especially potent during the COVID-19 pandemic, when even accessing bereavement therapy or connecting with your support systems is more...

How to Handle Post-COVID Social Awkwardness

How to Handle Post-COVID Social Awkwardness

As COVID-19 restrictions start to lift, people are realizing the return to normal may not be as easy as they expected. After a full year and a half of lockdowns, extreme social distancing, and isolation, many people find \ social situations stressful and unexpectedly...

10 Reasons to Seek Couples Therapy

10 Reasons to Seek Couples Therapy

When a couple is experiencing issues, it’s normal to be apprehensive about seeking help. Couples therapy is still a taboo subject in many circles, leaving people feeling isolated and alone, or even unsure whether couples therapy is the right choice for them. If you’re...

How to Handle Coronavirus-Related Anxiety Attacks

How to Handle Coronavirus-Related Anxiety Attacks

As the world navigates COVID-19’s second wave of cases, it’s no wonder most of us are keeping an anxious eye on the news. The uncertainty of when this situation will end, and what it means for us in the meantime, is on everyone’s mind. It’s no wonder most people are...

5 Tips to Maintain Your Mental Health During the Holidays

5 Tips to Maintain Your Mental Health During the Holidays

The holidays are a lovely time of year, a welcome respite from everyday life. But they do face their own challenges. This year in particular, celebrations are marked with COVID-19’s effects on our lives. This increased stress can take a toll on your mental health....

What is Seasonal affective disorder

What is Seasonal affective disorder

Seasonal affective disorder ( SAD) is a depression that takes place each year at the same time. It normally occurs at the beginning of the winter season and ends in spring. In the United States, approximately 10 to 20% of the people experience the winter blues, while...

Insomnia and Control of emotions

Insomnia and Control of emotions

Insomnia is a sleeping disorder that causes you to not being able to fall asleep. Insomnia not only affects your level of energy but also has a significant effect on your health and overall quality of life. People suffering from insomnia faced a lot of difficulties in...

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