Three Steps to Begin Cherishing Your Partner

In this world of gifts, flowers and nearly unlimited opportunities for dates, we tend to lose sight of the value of truly cherishing our significant other. Instead of objects, consider giving your partner a gift that has the power to change both of your lives by learning to cherish the one you love; the verb,

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Yoga for Mental Health and Trauma

Yoga is practiced throughout the world to increase flexibility, improve strength and provide mental clarity. In fact, about 36 million people practice yoga in America alone (approximately 1 in 10)—a number that has increased by 50% in the past four years. In addition to our physical health, yoga can also be beneficial for our mental

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Tangible Tips to Stay Stress-Free During the Holidays

A survey by the American Psychological Association (APA) found that over half of respondents reported feeling stressed during the holidays due to a lack of time or money. Meanwhile, a National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) study found that 64% of people dealing with mental health issues felt that the holidays made their symptoms worse.

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Young Adults, Here’s When to Seek Help for Your Mental Health

Every age has its challenges, but young adulthood—particularly today—can be especially vulnerable. More than an age group, young adulthood is a stage of life; we’re starting our career, developing financial and emotional independence, beginning a relationship or marriage—maybe even a family, and most importantly, forming our own values and identity, which can be even more

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Is Virtual Therapy Right for You?

Virtual therapy, or telehealth, is therapy conducted through video, phone or voice chat over a HIPPA-compliant, privacy-protected platform. While it has recently seen a surge in growth, rising over 50% and reaching record levels, telehealth has been around for more than 20 years and has been widely studied, shown to be effective for a range

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