New Year’s Resolutions

2020 is coming to an end. For some, the end of the year is cause for celebration. People flood their timelines with their achievements for the year and their hopes for the next. A new start for a new year. It’s the time where most of us make resolutions for the coming year. This time […]

Students and Mental Health

This writer knows from personal experience just how taxing school can be on mental health. As a 4.0 high school student I received a scholarship to a wonderful university to pursue my dream of becoming a music teacher. I was sure I had the whole world ahead of me. I was determined to keep my […]

How to Avoid Triggering Situations

  Mental health triggers can be a tough thing to deal with. They can happen at the absolute worst times, and sometimes, they’re completely unexpected. While not always possible, avoiding triggers can be really helpful to your mental state. With Halloween coming up, a lot of triggers can be hard to avoid as everyone embraces […]

Everyone Should Seek Help

“Mental health” What do these words cause you to think of? You may be imagining a therapist sitting in a chair with a notepad and a patient laying on a couch, maybe rooms with padded walls and a rec room with a ping pong paddle. You might be imagining yoga, meditation, and Prozac. “None of […]

Anxiety Caused by Job Uncertainty

The whole world is struggling with this horrible pandemic COVID 19. Every one, including the ones who are meant to take care of us, (the Government, the doctors, etc ) are just trying to fight this invisible enemy without any weapons. They tell us that we need to stay away from people and social life […]

Five Tips to Remember for Your Mental Health Recovery Journey

Starting your mental health recovery is a hard step to take. The road to recovery is filled with potholes, mountains, and unpaved paths. Sometimes, there is no end in sight, and other times, you don’t know where to start. Most people seem to have opinions and advice to give at every corner, which can be […]