What’s New

Suicide Awareness

September 10

Some warning signs may help you determine if a loved one is at risk for suicide, especially if the behavior is new, has increased, or seems related to a painful event, loss, or change. If you or someone you know…

Read More >

Suicide Prevention

August 1

Warning Signs People who commit suicide don’t want to die, but to end their pain. Don’t dismiss their talk of suicide as just threats. If you notice any signs that they may be thinking about harming themselves, get help. Focuses on…

Read More >

The Double Standard of Mental Illness

July 1

Why the misunderstanding? Mental health conditions are not the only illnesses to suffer from stigma: AIDS, leprosy and obesity are others. However, Princess Diana shook hands and shook the world at the same time. Antibiotics took care of leprosy and…

Read More >

Five tips to manage stress

March 21

So with all of that in mind, here are five tips that will help you get through the holidays and survive throughout the year: 1. Control your breathing. If you tell your body to slow your breathing, it has no…

Read More >

Divorce & Depression

January 10

It is no secret that divorce and depression often go hand in hand. If you are struggling with the emotional loss and grief of divorce, you may become depressed. Depression after divorce is very common, even among those who ended…

Read More >

Healthy Bedtime Habits

December 1

When it comes to getting a good night’s rest, behavior before bed influences how we fall and stay asleep.  You may already know to reduce your caffeine and sugar intake before bed, but you may be forgetting an important factor…

Read More >

Mental Health Awareness

October 1

Take charge of your life! Discover new ways to cope with life challenges. Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. (43.8 million) experiences mental illness in a given year, and yet it is still considered a taboo topic. Recently,…

Read More >

Take a walk…

June 1

Take 30 minutes out of your busy day and go for a walk.  It’s your choice! It could be a walk in nature – it could be a stroll through a park, or a hike in the woods. Research shows…

Read More >

Six ways to find your inner calm…

April 19

We can spend countless hours, days and nights worrying. Insomnia can unfortunately be our companion for many, many years with various dialogues that sounded like, ” If I don’t get some sleep, I’m going to be in a bad mood…

Read More >