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The Surprising Link Between Language and Depression – Emily Petsko

Skim through the poems of Sylvia Plath, the lyrics of Kurt Cobain, or posts on an internet forum dedicated to depression, and you'll probably start to see some commonalities. That's because there's a particular way that people with clinical depression communicate, whether they're speaking or writing, and psychologists believe they now understand the link between … Continue reading The Surprising Link Between Language and Depression – Emily Petsko

Why You Should Be Using Worry Time To Help Tackle Anxiety – Me Against Myself

During my recent studies and research on anxiety I came across the notion of ‘Worry Time’. To begin with, this baffled me. Why would I put aside time to worry each day? Surely this seems counter-productive when you suffer with anxiety? Surely you don’t want to be having extra time to worry when you already … Continue reading Why You Should Be Using Worry Time To Help Tackle Anxiety – Me Against Myself

Practicing Self-Compassion for Mental Health – Zana Wellness

Instead thinking about a bad argument with a loved one, an emotional breakdown at work, the lady who frustrated you at the grocery store for walking slow, focus on what it was you NEEDED at that time. If you were arguing with a loved one, was it because you dislike them OR because at that … Continue reading Practicing Self-Compassion for Mental Health – Zana Wellness

Anxious Children – 4 Ways to Help by Lynda Monk

We should all be concerned and paying attention to the mental health of our children and youth within society. Evidence suggests that stress and anxiety are on the rise for today’s young people. Even young children between the ages of 2 and 5 are showing higher levels of emotional upset and anxiety (Statistics Canada). Many … Continue reading Anxious Children – 4 Ways to Help by Lynda Monk

How the Mirror Neuron System Regulates Empathy – Angela Nino

How do we understand others when we haven’t experienced what they’re going through? How are we able to share in the joy and sadness of those around us? Why do some people seem so adept at suspending personal judgment, seeing through the masks we wear to the authentic self? Science believes they’ve discovered the part … Continue reading How the Mirror Neuron System Regulates Empathy – Angela Nino

The Hard Truth About Mental Health — My Life with PTSD & Bipolar

This is how being bipolar 2 feels like. You don’t know what’s coming. It’s a Rollacoaster but how far will I drop? Will I be able to handle it like a mature adult or will I yell and scream. I hope not. The hard truth about mental illness. It’s hard to fix yourself. I experienced […] … Continue reading The Hard Truth About Mental Health — My Life with PTSD & Bipolar

July’s Distractions and Coming Out the Other Side — CEO Candi

Distractions is definitely the theme of July. There were WAY too many meetings and events throughout this month. It felt very unproductive at times. Work felt especially imbalanced between meeting time and working time. via July’s Distractions and Coming Out the Other Side — CEO Candi Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to … Continue reading July’s Distractions and Coming Out the Other Side — CEO Candi

…Does Grief Have A Deadline? — JOCELYN A DORGAN

My daughter phoned me the other night and, as usual, when I see her name on the caller ID, apprehension kicked me in the gut. It’s not that I don’t hear from her frequently, but an unscheduled call from my twenty-one-year-old living two hours away in New York City revs my mom-anxiety into overdrive instantly. […] … Continue reading …Does Grief Have A Deadline? — JOCELYN A DORGAN

Psychology Plus Family = A Thing – Savannah Esposito

The Importance of Psychology in Family Life Part 1 Monkey See Monkey Do Children repeat what they see. That is called Modeling Behavior in the psychology field. This is why I have stated that knowing your past and your childhood is essential for evaluating yourself and your own patterns. Often times when a child is … Continue reading Psychology Plus Family = A Thing – Savannah Esposito

The Emotionally Intelligent Way To Resolve Disagreements Faster – Josh Davis and Hitendra Wadhwa

Imagine you run a tech startup. Cash is tight, but you can’t afford to enter the market with a product that doesn’t live up to its promises. And right now, it’s clear that your engineers aren’t focusing enough on the user-experience issues. Your senior engineer just won’t play along, though. You and she can’t seem to … Continue reading The Emotionally Intelligent Way To Resolve Disagreements Faster – Josh Davis and Hitendra Wadhwa

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