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7 tips for handling stress

The National Institutes of Health report that 1 in 5 people have been diagnosed with at least one of the 157 mental illnesses outlined in the DSM, and only half receive treatment. What conditions are not included in this? Stress. Divorce. Parenting issues. And COVID....

Bouncing back may be the most important skill

When talking about what children need to learn to help them develop into healthy adults, there’s a fancy word that’s become popular in recent years. It’s “resiliency.” In simple terms, that means the ability to bounce back when something unexpected or difficult...
What does breathing have to do with it?

What does breathing have to do with it?

Most of the time, we don’t even think about breathing. It’s something our bodies do automatically 12 to 16 times every minute, 24 hours a day. The reason we breathe is to bring oxygen into our lungs to be distributed to our body’s many cells, and to help remove carbon...

Is it dieting — or is it a disorder?

Weight loss has long been a goal for many people. Add in “stress eating” related to COVID-19, and you have a lot of people complaining about having put on a “COVID 15” and wanting to lose it as quickly as possible. For most people, wanting to lose weight is a...
Want to hear more than “fine” from your kids?

Want to hear more than “fine” from your kids?

Parents are excited to see their children come home from school and are eager to find out what they did and learned about that day. And, in millions of homes across the country, a variation of the same conversation takes place every afternoon: “How was school today?”...