New Year’s Resolutions for your mental health
New Year’s is a time that holds a lot of emotions that range from excitement for the new beginning to overwhelm with setting and sticking to new goals Setting goals is a great way to focus on self-improvement and create new
Common Holiday Stressors and How to Cope
The holidays are a time of year that is often joyful. However, this season can also bring on stress from the added pressure of the holiday expectations. So, what are the common holiday stressors and how can you cope with
The Stress of Hosting Family
It seems as though anytime given time of the year, you can hear someone say “it’s that time of year again”. Whether it be a reference to upcoming holidays, events, or reunions, gatherings may be a regular occurrence for many
Nomophobia or No Mobile Phone Phobia is the fear of being without your cell phone or without cell phone connectivity. While this may seem odd, more than 50% of the population reports anxiety or distress when they are detached from
The way the Holidays affects our Mental Health
Introduction The holidays for some people are a cheerful time of family gatherings, way too much food and traditional festivities. It is also one of the most stressful times of year for those exact same reasons. Social pressures and expectations for
How Bullying affects the developing mind
Introduction Bullying is something that barely needs a definition anymore due to its unfortunate presence in the lives of many and even most people. If you have not experienced the wrath of a bully firsthand, you likely know someone who has.
How Can We Look After Teachers’ Mental Health?
October 5th was the World Teachers’ day and by some strange coincidence, it is very close to World Mental Health Day on the 10th of October. Teachers are an important part of the success of a society. We all need them. Teachers’