When trauma is “the norm”: About CPTSD

When trauma is “the norm”: About CPTSD

Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, or CPTSD is not a formal mental health diagnosis, but this term describes a mental health ...
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COMPASSION

When African Americans Grieve

This summer, the nation and the world grieved the loss of George Floyd and other victims of police violence. The ...
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Self-Care in the Time of Corona

Self-Care in the Time of Corona

Difficult Times As our nation and world around us is surrounded by news of the COVID 19 epidemic, it can ...
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When Grief and Spirituality Intersect

When Grief and Spirituality Intersect

In light of the recent global novel Coronavirus pandemic that spread and claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of ...
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Hidden Grief

Hidden Grief

Grief usually brings up memories of those we have lost. However, people grieve for many reasons.  Believing grief is only ...
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When Caring Hurts: Preventing Caregiver Burnout

When Caring Hurts: Preventing Caregiver Burnout

You are dependable and loyal. You take family seriously and honor those around you who are unable to care for ...
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Mess & Stress: The Science Behind Your Clutter

Mess & Stress: The Science Behind Your Clutter

Look around you right now. Can you see the floor or is it covered in laundry? Are you reading this ...
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5 Questions People Who Might Have Major Depression Ask Themselves

5 Questions People Who Might Have Major Depression Ask Themselves

Major depression or clinical depression can feel overwhelming. Spending time with family and friends or doing activities that were once ...
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Baby Blues Gone Bad

Baby Blues Gone Bad

The promise of new life brings with it anticipation and dreams of a growing family. Happiness is what many of ...
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