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Many of us will make some sort of New Year’s resolution. In 2015 some of the top resolutions were to stay fit and healthy (37%); lose weight (32%); spend less, save more (25%).1 While these are perfectly fine resolutions, I would challenge everyone to consider their mental health fitness as a...
The holiday season can be filled with so many mixed emotions. It can be very festive, joyous, and even exhilarating at times. For some of us it can also be a time of trepidation, involving anxiety, sadness, or a sense of feeling let down. We can experience loneliness, have anxiety over trying to...
When we think about “being in relationship” with someone or something, we often think about 1) What we are contributing to the relationship and 2) What we are able to get out of the relationship (how it is significant to us). Now riddle yourself this: How familiar are you with your...
“It’s a scary world out there.” I’ve heard comments like this repeatedly since the Paris terrorist attacks and the other recent terrorist attacks worldwide. But the world, in fact, has always been a scary place filled with scary people. The Bible says, “From their...